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Old 08-21-2019, 05:27 AM   #1
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Sick guppy fry??!! Please help

I currently have 10-15 guppy fry in a 20gal. I have just finished a routine water change, 25% as itís cycling. I added api stress zyme, api algae killer, ph down and a plant food.

Nearly all of them are now lying on the bottom and barely moving and they are usually quite active. I put some food in and only a couple noticed and started eating. The parameters are ammonia 0.5, nitrite 0, nitrate 0 and pH 7.4-7.8.

Whatís happening?? Any answers are much appreciated!!
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