Thanks for the advice Menagerie. I thought about doing that because the parameters in my 10 and 55-gal
are almost the same. I do have a smidge of nitrites and nitrates in my 55-gal
, though and the temp is a degree or two higher. I rigged up an airline hose to drip slowly in the bucket. I read about that in the acclimation article on this site.
I think the Danio's think they are on vacation. They seem to love the airstone. They keep swimming over it. It's hilarious!
I have 3 Red-Eyed Tetras and 3 Hatchetfish in the 10-gal
where I had my Danios. They are staying in the 10-gal
for now. I had a hard time netting the Danio's because they are so darn fast! It took me about 15-20 minutes to get all 5 of them. I think one of my Red-Eyed Tetras is exhausted from collecting the Danios. He's just laying on the bottom of the tank panting. He was fine before. I hope he makes it. I'm worried about him. Is this common with Red-Eyed Tetras? Is there anything I should do except just keep an eye on him?