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Old 01-02-2004, 09:52 PM   #1
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new theory "all dead"

Today we were at the LFS looking for a new male mandarin, and while talking to the owner he offered a new theory of what may have happened after asking a few qustions about the tank parameters. His thoughts were that one of our anemones released some gammits into the water to reproduce itself. Does this sound like a possibility to anyone else if you have any questions about what happened refer back to "all dead " I think it happened around the 21st of December.

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If you had a spawning incident, the water would have been cloudy, haven't found the original thread, and don't remember all the details.
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Yes the water was very cloudy. After removing the dead fish and testing the water the PH was at 7.4
Would PH drop like that from a spawning incident?
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Possibly. There are many scenarios that might effect the ph. Did you have any macro algae in the tank?
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