My tank's 82 degrees, and I turned down the temperature a little bit (to 79 76ish)
I do not have a kit for measuring the parameters SO DON'T ASK ME
SEE MYINFO FOR TANK SIZE, DECORATIONS, ETC. IF NOT MENTIONED HERE
Okay two problems.
My angelfish used to be very active and would always swim up to the tank whenever I was near expecting for some food, and when I did toss some flakes in there, He would eat as fast as he could.
But now he's just sort of staying in a corner of a tank and moping and only eats sometimes
. and if he does eat, it is not as much.
He also sproradically spazzes or freaks out really badly for no apparent reason, even when I'm not even looking at the tank. Everytime he has these 'panic attacks' he scratches his slime layer during the process, which is not helping his immunity system fight off whatever he has. I'm afraid he has the hole in the head disease, or atleast about too. I'm not sure if this is related, but it seems as if the skin of his mouth is 'chapped' and there is white flesh around it. (see below on pictures.)
My orange platy on the other hand seems to be losing alot of weight and his fins are also damaged (as you can see in the two last pictures below)
He also just mopes and does not eat much. (Or perhaps not at all) compare my avatar to the pictures below if that helps any.
I have been putting some CureIck medicine in there just in case he may have a parasite, but I do not think he has that, so I think I'm going to stop putting in the medicine.
Before my angelfish was sick, I fed it some frozen brine shrimp, but I think the shrimp may have been too old because when I put the block of frozen shrimp into a douple of mLs of water, the mixture was very cloudy. I also feed my fish alot of the 'cloudy' shrimp on that day, and decided to not feed them for the rest of the day to compensate.
My other fish are fine and active
There's some white stuff around his mouth, but it isn't too visible here.
Note the funky marking on it's head.