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Old 06-18-2004, 12:19 PM   #11
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No no, not all those fish were in the tank at the same time. The PH, Nitrate, and amonia are fine. The tank is at my work, I check everything each Mon. and Fri. I replaced the Eel shortly after he jumped and I replaced the Lion fish a couple weeks after his demise. However, I may consider taking the damsel back to the store, she seems to want the area the Clown had always claimed prior to her arrival.
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Old 06-18-2004, 10:44 PM   #12
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No no, not all those fish were in the tank at the same time.
What fish are in the tank now? It is more than possible the damsel could be your issue but it's best to be sure.

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The PH, Nitrate, and amonia are fine.
Can you post the actual numbers?

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We have also recently added two clownfish to our tank. One is doing fine the other has lost its colour and is fading. After reading the thread I perhaps think it maight be stress related. They havent found a home yet in our tank and are just swiming up and down the front of the tank all the time.

Just tested the water and everything is fine.

Whats does eveyone think?

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Could easily be stress especially if newly introduced. Clowns usually adjust quite quickly though. Keep tabs on them for possible parasites as well, primarily Brooklynella if they where not QT'd.

What other fish are in the tank and is the color fade constant or only at certain times of the day?

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