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Old 09-27-2014, 03:04 PM   #1
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Old 09-27-2014, 03:04 PM   #2
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I'm new to this forum. That was very quick, thank you! One more question, all my other small fish swim around the tank. The guppy do as well but like to spend a lot of their time in one top corner of the tank. Is this normal?


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Guppys are top swimmers so yes. Welcome to AA.


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Is your tank cycled? And are try doing anything else that is concerning behavior?


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And that isn't that normal


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Yeah I believe it is fully cycled. Treated the water and left it in the tank for 4 days, let the temperature adjust and even got the water pH tested. They swim around at times but mainly tend to stay in this one corner :S


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My black neon tetra are swimming around well


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Guppys are just normally top swimmers. You'll want to test your ammonia and nitrates to make sure your tank is fully cycled.


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