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Old 08-07-2011, 10:42 AM   #1
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I've had freshwater tanks for years and in my opinion the bigger the better. Recently I've had my angelfish spawn! This is new and exciting for me, but I seem to be hitting a huge problem. Two to three days after hatching, 90% of my fry are dying. I'm desperately looking for some help! It's heartbreaking to wake up in the morning to dead babies. Am I missing something?? I hatch out in a 5gl tank treated with mb, 50% water changes daily to remove mb. Too fast? Baby's water temp is 79 degrees, Ph 7.4, Ammonia, nitrite and nitrates are 0. Any ideas?

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Sorry to hear about your fry ... I'm no help in this area ... however I'm confident more experienced members will come along.

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