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  1. a die off like that all i can think of is some kind of contaminate like poison of some sort. die off like that is hard to explain.

    2 Answers · Pets · 17/10/2011

  2. every fish I've gotten from petco has died off within a month. Petsmart is better if you can't find a...

    4 Answers · Pets · 12/02/2011

  3. ... a short while, it may be other factors contributing to the die off, it might be worth checking water stats (ammonia, ph, nitrate, nitrite) and see if...

    3 Answers · Pets · 30/05/2007

  4. Doesn't sound like ich to me, ich would be white spots, not actual real sores. Do they look like injuries? You can get some vicious hitchhikers on liverock such as mantis shrimp that can injur your fish. Or do they appear to be eaten...

    3 Answers · Pets · 15/01/2007

  5. How large is the tank? What kind/size of filter do you have? Guppies are particuarly sensitive to over stocking and can develop health issues from this such as mycrobacteriosis, and other otherwise dormant potential diseases. Do you have any...

    2 Answers · Pets · 16/11/2009

  6. thats about when i noticed a die off as well... so it might be

    2 Answers · Pets · 20/04/2008

  7. Sounds like poor water quality to me. Do a 50% water change asap, making sure to use dechlorinator and same temp water. This should help the fish tremendously. Another 25% in a couple days, then make sure you do weekly tank cleaning and 25% water changes...

    4 Answers · Pets · 01/10/2008

  8. Even if your tank were of the proper size, completely cycled, and long established, that would be way too many fish to add all at once. I'm guessing it's none of those things. Your tank needs to be cycled before the fish...

    5 Answers · Pets · 04/01/2010

  9. in one month the tank is still in the toxic part of the cycling period which means you either don't know what to test for, or have been given lousy advice by the pet store you use. it's common for the info given in most petstores to be wrong. do not add more fish until the...

    2 Answers · Pets · 05/04/2014

  10. the shrimp live ~2 years and grow up to 1 1/2" to 2", in an adequate sized tank it is possible the shrimp reached maximum life....however, possibly the plants absorb enough O2 during day and expressCO2 that the availabe O2 is drastic in a 5 gal tank...

    4 Answers · Pets · 09/02/2009

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