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Old 02-08-2015, 04:15 PM   #1
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I recently lost my last 2 wcmm. Not sure if old age or tank related. They approx 18 month old when died. Tank been up and running for over a year. 20g with 4 platys, 7 adf and 4 platy fry in breeder net. I usually do a 20% pwc a week but just done a 50% pwc and filter rinse.

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Old 02-08-2015, 10:22 PM   #2
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I'm sorry to hear that you lost your minnows. They usually tolerate water conditions pretty well, and your tests look pretty normal, so I doubt it was tank-related unless one of your other parameters is really out of whack. Eighteen months doesn't seem like old age for them. Were they behaving normally before you lost them?

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I recently lost my last 2 wcmm. Not sure if old age or tank related. They approx 18 month old when died. Tank been up and running for over a year. 20g with 4 platys, 7 adf and 4 platy fry in breeder net. I usually do a 20% pwc a week but just done a 50% pwc and filter rinse.

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Yeah they were fine. They died like 3 days apart too. No signs of illness either

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