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This is one theory I thought of myself . I have been keeping a close eye on
the ones that are left and they seem to be doing fine now. I am going to
change there water more regularly in hopes of keeping the water quality
more stable. Thanks.
"Never argue with an idiot. They will bring you down to their level,
then beat you with experience."
----- Original Message -----
From: "cfghra" <cfghra at picknowl_com.au>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2001 2:51 PM
Subject: RE: mistery
> I was
> > peering into the tank after a brine shrimp feeding when I noticed
> > one of the
> > larger babies just started to seemingly have convulsions and then
> > and die. Since that one incident this has happened to
> > approximately three of
> > the largest babies. I am really dumbfounded to what possibly
> > caused this as
> > they seemed to be doing so well and feeding superbly and even
> > fighting with
> > each other .I am doing a water change today in the hopes that this will
> > stave off any more sudden deaths. Any ideas, comments ?
> Hi Jose
> It may just be fright. If this is the case it usally a sign that
> not right with their water. Have found its worse when they start to look
> like small fish rather than fry.
> Its also good to start looking at your dead fish with a magnifing glass,
> dosn't take long untill you start to notice that which does not look
> Gary Harman-Hobbs
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