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Jellyballoo

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    Australia
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  1. Sorry video links aren't working Just trying to get photos
  2. Posting for a friend as he is having trouble joining... Juvenile red cap oranda: active and interested in food when I’m at the tank and when I drop in food, but foraging has mostly stopped, fish will swim up to food but will not make strong effort to eat it, jaw/mouth seems to have collapsed and shows apparent atrophy. It is able to eat a little food when it softens and breaks into small pieces. For about a month it appeared to make strong efforts to open its mouth but seemed to not be able to do so. Test Results for the Following: * Ammonia Level(Tank) 0 * Nitrite Level(Tank) 0 * Nitrate level(Tank) 0 * Ammonia Level(Tap) 1 ppm (our tap uses chloramines) * Nitrite Level(Tap) 0 * Nitrate level(Tap) 0 * Ph Level, Tank (If possible, KH, GH and chloramines) pH 7.6, KH 71.6 and GH 89.5 * Ph Level, Tap (If possible, KH, GH and chloramines) pH 8.3, KH 53.7 and GH 35.8 Other Required Info: * Brand of test-kit used and whether strips or drops? API Freshwater Master Kit * Water temperature? 77 Fahrenheit * Tank size (how many gals.) and how long has it been running? 10 US gallons * What is the name and "size of the filter"(s)? Aquaclear/Fluval 70, BioMax media, sponges, crushed coral used * How often do you change the water and how much? 2 times a week, 60% * How many days ago was the last water change and how much did you change? 2 days ago, 60% * How many fish in the tank and their size? 1 juvenile red cap oranda, 1.5 inches long from mouth to tip of tail * What kind of water additives or conditioners? Seachem Prime and PraziPro * What do you feed your fish and how often? NLS pellets, romaine, spinach, cucumber rind - 3 times a day * Any new fish added to the tank? only one fish * Any medications added to the tank? Seachem Prime and PraziPro * List entire medication/treatment history for fish and tank. Please include salt, Prazi, PP, etc and the approximate time and duration of treatment. May 10: fish arrives - purchased from Petco May 13: behavior changes, foraging stops. small ulcer/pustule noticed near right eye May 14 (just after midnight): ulcer/pustule enlarged, fish moved to QT tank. ulcer/pustule bursts during transfer. white thread first noticed before moving - later identified as an anchor worm May 14 afternoon: gill cover, area where pustule was inflamed, eye begins to show infection around edges May 15: entire surface of eye infected, treatment with Melafix and Pimafix begins, goes through approximately May 31st May 16: eye hangs from socket May 17: eye lost, gill cover almost lost. Anchor worm attached to wen of other fish purchased on May 10 identified May 18: anchor worm that caused loss of eye removed May 20: CyroPro treatment begins May 21 and 23: additional anchor worms discovered and removed, May 24 - June 18: normal foraging behavior, adjustment to using one eye progresses well June 19 - July 14: fish barely able to open mouth, not able to eat food until broken down into tiny pieces. still very interested in food. appears to try to open mouth, but not able to do so. June 20 -27: Dimilin X treatment June 28: PraziPro and .3% salt treatment begins (other fish in main tank shows flukes on tail) - PraziPro ongoing, salt tapered off last week or so July 14 - present: still active and interested in food when I’m at the tank and when I drop in food, but foraging has mostly stopped, fish will swim up to food but will not make strong effort to eat it, jaw/mouth seems to have collapsed and shows apparent atrophy. It is able to eat a little food when it softens and breaks into small pieces. Before mouth stopped opening as normal: Notice mouth no longer opens and appears to have collapsed:
  3. Ok thanks How long till the black spots start showing?
  4. Came home from work to find one of my tanks full of eggs There are afew left that haven't been eaten Most seem to be clear with a white spot in them are they fertilised?
  5. For size comparison This is the other one I have that is the same size as what she was
  6. I think this might be what happened to herThe next day she was bottom sitting and bloated again, I had to go to work that morning so didn't have much time to do anything, all I could do was give her a quick Epsom salt dip and to see if that helped but by the time I came home from work I had lost her [emoji22]
  7. Not really I only have the two in that tank and I'm pretty sure they are both girls The other one does chase this one after feeding occasionally but it doesn't last longer then 10seconds Maybe the other is a male. It's hard to tell when they are this small I had recently moved them from the 20g QT to the 40g
  8. Some of the eggs (actually must have been closer to 50 eggs lol) This is the fish that laid them
  9. I know they shouldn't be bred till they they about two but I got two butterflies a month ago and I noticed today one was really fat and bottom sitting, I removed them to do a W/C and all of a sudden there were about 30 eggs in the bowl They are only about 4-5cm in body so teeny tiny (3cm when I got them) can goldfish lay eggs that young? Or is it more likely that they are older then I thought and have been stunted?
  10. Only about a week I think But you can freeze it
  11. My 4 foot doesn't currently have lids I would like to get some for the back half just to help stop the splash from the bubbler. It has a hood but it still looses about 1.5 gallons a week to evaporation Which I guess didn't matter too much as you add that back in when you do water changes anyway
  12. I have had these guys for 3 weeks now [emoji4]
  13. Well that's good to know lol When I was first learning about goldfish I read that if you feed them frozen peas or were nuking veggies in the microwave you should use dechlorinated water so I always do it for any of their foods We can smell it in our tap water too ???? It's just as easy for me to take a scoop of water from the tank as it is to get some from the tap so it doesn't bother me ????
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