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Old 09-12-2012, 08:58 PM   #1
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Hello everyone. Was wondering if i should add an airstone? Situation: fish mouths moving very fast, some fish breathing rather rapidly. Did water changes which helped for a moment. Lowered water level, tilted filter (Tetra 10 30i)(20glh tank) so that bubbles are now airating the tank, (with wl at max there is little to no movement on surface) and they seem to be doing fine. If so what are the suggestions for a sufficient pump and stone? Thanx!
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What are your water parameters? It's also possible that your tank is under-filtered.
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amm/0, nitri/0, nitra/10ppm , and ph between 6.5 and 7
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