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Old 02-03-2011, 10:49 PM   #1
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HELP! Ick and new introductions

I have a 1.5g unheated and a 10g heated tank, a betta in the 1.5 and two female guppies in the 10g. Paramaters in water are idential and not done cycling ammonia 0, ph 7.6, nitrite 2.0, nitrate 40. I got ick in the 20g so raised temp and added salt, almost a week ago. I just realized I need to treat the betta as well. I am trying to add him to the 10g (he is currently floating) but he does not look like he is going to play nice with the guppies. Should I continue trying to move him or should I just put him back in the smaller tank, with no hope of him being a community fish and figure out a plan B to treat the smaller tank?
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