90gal Tank Crash

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  1. country1911

    country1911 Coral Banded Shrimp

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    Also, look up a photo of brooklynella as the clown in the first post looks like it has a film on it and that sort of looks like brooklynella to me.

    I am on tapatalk so I am looking at it on a tiny screen so sorry if I am mistaken.
     
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  3. scottmwoods

    scottmwoods Spaghetti Worm

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    Ijust did a test before I feed them. Now. Ph 7.8 it has droped.
    Ammonia still 0. Nitrite is up. .1 now. Nitrate is still 0
     
  4. scottmwoods

    scottmwoods Spaghetti Worm

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    The fish are swimming more to the bottom and the right side of the tank
     
  5. scottmwoods

    scottmwoods Spaghetti Worm

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    The pic of the clown in the first post is the one that just died
     
  6. cosmo

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    Good idea, since only the clown fish are dying, and so fast, it very well could be brooklynella.

    But as others have mentioned, that stock list could be problems for years to come! Sorry for your losses, but I'd prob rehome some of those guys before it becomes a bigger problem for ya. Good luck;)
     
  7. scottmwoods

    scottmwoods Spaghetti Worm

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    So is this going to take out all of my fish or just the clowns?
     
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  9. Corailline

    Corailline Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Please google images of fish with Brookynella.

    Once you see you will know for sure if your fish have it.
     
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    Have you used any kind of PH buffer to try and bump that back up?

    guys, If he hasn't do you think that's a good idea? I think that PH is getting dangerously low... even if it was a clown only infection that PH will start stressing/killing off everything else if it keeps plummeting like that.
     
  11. scottmwoods

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    So after reading this. That and the research. I think im in trouble. But here are my options
    Put the 3 tangs in my old 45 gal tank.
    put the rest of the fish in my 14 gal bio cube
    Keep that for 8 weeks
    What do u think. Need help on this
     
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  12. scottmwoods

    scottmwoods Spaghetti Worm

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    I got all the clowns out and in the bio cube. Going to leave the rest in the 90 for now.