Sorry to say that my first post is one about my fish dying
Well, I have a brand new tank setup, about 3 weeks old now. I recently added 3 damsels to the tank to start my cycling, and I came home from school today to find that my Domino Damsel was at the bottom of my tank with labored breathing and red coloration on the surface of the gills.
I checked my salinity with two different Hydrometers, both reading out at around 1.024. All my other tests are fine as well. After a trip to Petco, the employee suggested that my salinity was too high, or the other fish didnt play nice with my Domino.
Im leaning more towards the fighting, however I can't be sure. Any advice? Im new to the saltwater world, as I've only ever owned freshwater tanks. I really don't want my other two damsels to die.
Help please? I would greatly appreciate it.
I have a few live rocks, a Convict Damsel, Yellow Tail, and HAD a Domino in the tank.