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mjfromga

Ah boy...

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Josla, one of my baby Ryukins. I have admittedly not been testing water and whatnot. It's so hard to do when it's so green. You can't even really read results. We've had a lot of rain as well. The front pond suffered a pH crash. Found Josla dead and one of the others off kilter today. Tested and found a pH a super light color. Can't exactly tell but it was a light greenish color on the regular pH test. This could mean as bad as down near 6 though because the water in the tube is already greenish because the pond is green. Really terrible considering its usually near 9 dark purple. My fault entirely... Hopefully the others bounce back. I'm bringing it back up slowly. 

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Oh no, that happened to me once. Rd forgot to add my buffer after a water change and it killed one of my two fish at that time. 

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