I use a refractometer and I have a PH
monitor on the tank. With a little daily buffering, its been staying 8.1-8.2
He may miss his pods
, but he has always eaten the angelfish food. My other scotter is still eating it, but he stopped. His activity level has dropped off to almost nothing.
I think its the ammonia, I can't quite get it to 0.
I think I will move him to a 10 gallon tonight. This way I can try and get him to eat again and he doesn't have to compete with my Heni's and Angel for the food.