1~What type of fish is afflicted?
Random fish are affected, they seem to get bloated then die I lost a gourami and a guppy. My neon tetras seem to be dropping like flies. Had 9 now down to four
2~What are your tank parameters (ammonia, nitrites, nitrates, temp, pH)?
Ammonia-barely reading so less than .25 ppm
3~ the tank is 90 gallons and has been set up for 3 months
4~What type of filtration are you using? emperor penguin 400 and a walmart brand hob
rated for a 55 gallon for extra filtration
5~How many fish are in the tank? What kinds of fish are they and what are their current sizes?
4 neon tetras
4 walmart mystery snails
5 ghost catfish
1 female beta
1 dwarf gourami
All of these are about an inch long except for one of the corries he's pushing 2
1 peacock eel about 5 inches
6~When is the last time you did a water change and vacuum the gravel? the last time yesterday changed about 50% I also changed 50% on sunday, my nitrates were super high because I had not been changing the water often enough.
Going forward I plan on changing it once a week about 10% if that is enough.
7~How long have you had the fish? If the fish is new, how did you acclimate it/them?
The last round of fish were added about two weeks ago I floated the bag and drooped some tank water into it and let it sit for about an hour.
8~Have you added anything new to the tank--decor, new dechlorinator, new substrate, etc.? No
9~What kind of food have you been feeding your fish, have you changed their diet recently? Id say yes I was sold shrimp pellets for the eel but I'm sure the rest are eating them it as well.