I don't know. :/ I came home from school on friday to find King and Galaxy dead. I just did a water change three days ago, so I'm wasn't allowed to do another. Scared, I came home a few hours later from my brother's birthday party to find Gracie breathing very heavily. Her fins were clamped and she was so weak she was getting stuck to the filter.
In a panic, I called up my friend who has 25 tanks, and she quickly picked them and put them in a 39 gallon tank (that was filtered, cycled, heated) all by themselves.
Gracie died there during the night.
Yesterday, she started using some Melafix on them in case of anything it could treat.
This morning she woke up to find my two breeding angels, Mocha and Calypso dead.
It was too stressful for my fish to be dying in her tank (she felt as if it was her fault) so she brought my remaining two back :/ Halo and Koi are the only survivors, but they could very well be near death... After all... It was only the last two days the others died... And I have nothing to go on to why they died...
I had added plants of Wednesday... And a new pair of angels that were in a divided area... But those two are both fine (at her house still being treated still with Melafix for paleness)
There were no visible problems with any of the 5.
The only thing that MAYBE could be an issue - which I just noticed - is Halo's poop. It looks... Off? It's not red, just looks a bit weird. I'll post a pic and see. Maybe someone can ID something - and the reason all my babies died.
My tank is angelfish only and bottom feeders.
Besides angels, I have:
2 otos (more soon)
5 albino Cory cats (more soon)
2 khuli loaches (rehoming)
1 red tailed shark
1 young Dalmatian molly (present from my boyfriend)
NONE of those fish are affected. It only stuck my angels. Thankfully, after my mom saw how devastated I was, I got a 75% water change down yesterday.
Today, Halo and Koi were introduced 3 hours ago. So far, besides Halo's poop, all is well with them.
I may be a little TOO obsessed with my angels...