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Old 05-26-2011, 08:36 PM   #21
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What us ammonia and nitrites at? Clowns are very hardy they will survive if ammonia levels are low enough however don't be surpised if they die within the year or two.. most likly will shortin their life span because ammonia burns their gills.
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Old 05-26-2011, 08:37 PM   #22
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I see toy ammonia is 0 but what are ur current levels of nitrite?
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nitrite its on the highest :/
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he posted a picture on the first page of the nitrite its pretty high
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Old 05-26-2011, 08:40 PM   #25
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Number all tests are different.
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Just said ammonia was at zero... if there is high levels of ammonia too... kiss the aquarium glass cuz your clown might not make it..
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Just said ammonia was at zero... if there is high levels of ammonia too... kiss the aquarium glass cuz your clown might not make it..
i meant nitrite not ammonia i fixed my posting.
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Looks like no ammonia but those nitrites are SUPER HIGH... it remains kiss the glass cuz ur suffocating your fish.
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Looks like no ammonia but those nitrites are SUPER HIGH... it remains kiss the glass cuz ur suffocating your fish.
yea like i said in the previous posts the nitrite is REAL HIGH so if the lfs wont let you return the fish try doing some water changes to bring down the nitrites its all you can really do at this point
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