Hi, so I've had a 65 gallon FOWLR
fish tank for 1 year 6 months
My parameters are
Ammonia: 0 ppm
Nitrites: 0 ppm
Nitrates: 10-15 ppm
I currently have
-1 ocellaris clown
-3 nassarius snails
-1 dying coral beauty that's refusing to eat now after having him for 3 weeks
Most of my fish last about 4 weeks before passing, expect my clown.
I've had 5 Cardinal bangaiis that died one after another, a one spot fox face that refused to eat and died, another fox face that died of flukes, and chromis.
I feed mysis, brine shrimp, bloodworms, and herbivore blends for any fish that eats seaweed/algae every other day.
I have a bioball sump with a octopus skimmer, 51 lbs of live rock, and 50 lbs of sand.
I drip acclimate
Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong? I want my fish to last more than a month
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