You could always try spot excel treatments.
Thanks! Just a quick update. I started keeping a powerpoint containing slides of my plants & their names, to help me with remembering them. I'm getting better, but I still struggle with some of the Rotala, Ludwigia, and Hygrophila species.I just wanted to say that I really enjoyed all of your journals. Keep the updates coming!
Hmm this is a 110, so we can rule overstocking out, I bet you've got other issues. Test ammonia and nitrates, also look for signs of a bacterial infection..My tank is having a tough week. My breeding pair of mollies both jumped out of the tank and died within days of one another. I suspect my redtail shark chased them out. And today one of my angel fish is laying on his side on the bottom of the tank . I moved him to a quarantine tank, but I'm not sure how to proceed. He doesn't look good.
That's just too bad hmm.Thanks, he was dead this morning. I didn't see anything obviously wrong that would indicate bacteria (no fin clamping, redness, swollen abdomen, etc.). I tested the water and everything was nominal =/
Maybe just old age... they were full-grown when I bought them from my LFS, and I don't know how long the previous owner had them prior.