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Question from "Overstocked"

Posted By: peterinwa <peterinwa@attbi.com>
Date: Wednesday, 30 October 2002, at 6:04 p.m.

Assuming that my fish continue to act natural and show no signs of stress; show no signs of disease; my Nitrates stay below 10 and there is no detectable Ammonia or Nitrate; can I assume that my fish are okay? What I'm really asking is, "Is there anything else I should watch for?"




Wow, have I got a reputation.

I was staring into my tank yesterday and thinking about giving some of my fish to a LFS. I asked my roommate if he thought it should be the three Glowlight Tetras, the three Black Neon Tetras, or the Red-tailed Shark.

Without missing a beat he replied, "Why don't you just wait and see which ones die."