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Re: [AquaticLife] RE: Re: Urgent Help: Rosy Barb

 

Hi Noura,
 
It's too bad that Bettas don't make good community fish; they're so nice looking.  Oh, I thought you had a small group of the Yellow Labs.  Yes, if a female is brooding young she won't eat for the most part.  An occasional female may take a very tiny piece of flake but that's about it.  Sounds like you may well have two males. 
 
Yes, I read your Clown Loach's behavior with standing on their head to clumping up in a bunch behind rock like a pile of fish -- but I didn't see you describe any laying completely on their side like they were dead.  That's what made me bring this weird behavior to your attention.  I didn't see this same message to be approved this morning.  Might be it's another casualty of Cyberspace.  John or Harry would have approved it by now if it was available for the moderators to see even if I missed it.   
 
Ray
 
 
In a message dated 2/5/2015 12:21:52 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com writes:
 

Hi Ray,

You're absolutely right. The Betta never "blended in" the 20 G. He just occupied that 2" deep corner above the filter, probably because it's one of a few places that the tall Angel can't harass him in!

The yellow labs never produced anything, I think they could be 2 males. I only wanted to keep Cichlids to witness their amazing parenting habits. The reason I'm sure they didn't produce any fry, is because both of them have been eating every single day! They stick their heads about 1 cm above the water surface when food is coming!

A broody cichlid would stop eating, as far as I know.

Ray please check the post I sent yesterday, where I was talking about my Clown Loach's behavior. I sent it again today but it wasn't approved.

I have also uploaded to pics of my Clown Loach laying in his cave J:

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/AquaticLife/photos/albums/1956468285

Noura

From: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com [mailto:AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: 05 شباط, 2015 04:11 م
To: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [AquaticLife] RE: Re: Urgent Help: Rosy Barb

 

Hi Noura,

Now that you mention it, I do seem to recall your saying you had Guppies.  I just didn't know how many.  I guess because the thread on here about the "new" tank that needs repair was kind of left up in limbo, I had forgotten about this tank.  I can understand why you'd lose enthusiasm about it with all that's going on.  Well, at least you have this tank on hand for when the time comes to work on it. 

Actually, compared to small containers that some hobbyists still keep their Bettas in, a 1.5 gallon tank isn't all that small.  A 2.5 gallon  (or even a 5 gallon) tank does offer the fish a much better quality of life though and by your putting this fish in the 20 gallon tank, he probably even felt "lost" at first (LOL).  Bettas aren't always considered as community tank tankmates however, but this depends on what other fish occupy the same tank.  The first Betta I had went into a 15 gallon community tank and did well, but did get a bit aggressive against smaller, slower moving fish.  Have you seen any young Yellow Labs in you Malawi tank that may have been produced there?  Or perhaps they got eaten if there isn't enough cover for them to hide in.  

Ray     

In a message dated 2/4/2015 8:57:46 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com writes:

 

Hi Ray,

I currently have 3 running tanks J

The two you mentioned, and a smaller Guppies tank that has 4 Guppies and is crowded with successfully growing plants (Anubias Nana, and some kind of Sword something.. I think.. lol). The "new one" with the broken base that we discussed a few months ago is still on the balcony, empty. We were no longer enthusiastic to set it up, considering the general situation around here.

I used to have a Beta bowl (1.5 G) some years ago as well. But we felt bad for him in that small space, and moved him to the 20 G where he occupied and protected the 2 inches high corner right above the filter for a year or so J.

Noura

From: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com [mailto:AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: 04 شباط, 2015 03:05 م
To: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [AquaticLife] RE: Re: Urgent Help: Rosy Barb

 

Hi Noura,

I don't remember you ever mentioning how many tanks you have, probably because that topic never came up before.  I know you have a tank of Yellow Lab Malawi Cichlids, which didn't cross my mind presently until you mentioned having Smoky.  Then, I was starting to wonder if you have Smoky in with the Malawi fish and was about to ask you about this when I now see you also have a small Pleco and a Clown Loach (which I hadn't recalled), all three fish (only) in a 20 gallon tank.  So then you have at least two tanks.  I do recall that the Malawi Cichlid aquarium is a 29 gallon tank.  Obviously, you no longer have the Black Angelfish.  Do you have any other tanks?  

Ray

    

In a message dated 2/3/2015 7:23:38 P.M. Eastern Standard Time, AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com writes:

 

Hi John,

The Angelfish is not nocturnal, I turned the lights on to take these pics and he remained asleep for 2 more minutes! I only realized it because he didn't move to me lol

When I tapped on the glass gently, he woke up! I don't know how tame fish can be (other than Goldfish), but almost all of them will take food from my finger at the surface, they would happily eat my finger as well if they could! Lol

Yes the Clown Loach is a very funny fish! He has takes weirdest positions! They would gather behind rocks like a fish pile when there were several young ones.

He can stand upside down in a corner, empties his caves from small shells that somehow got in, makes clicking sounds when eating flakes or lettuce, and yes.. he digs the gravel and moves it around. I noticed he's digging a long hole inside the cave, maybe to accommodate his growing height. I never imagined he will get this big when I made those caves!

He's HUGE… almost as long as Smoky "excluding the tail", but I know he could get much bigger. (He or she, I don't know)

I used to exchange my growing fish for smaller ones at the petshop before, but in these tough circumstances I haven't changed anything. Haven't replaced dead fish, and also I didn't want to take the big ones to the shop, because I knew there's a very slim chance for them to be properly taken care of in another home.

So, we're sticking together for the time being J

There are only 3 fish in the 20 G.

Noura

From: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com [mailto:AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: 04 شباط, 2015 02:06 ص
To: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [AquaticLife] RE: Re: Urgent Help: Rosy Barb

 

Hi Noura,

  It took under 10 minutes to approve your photos, they were already approved when I looked-someone is on the ball! Thanks for replying so fast-Smoky is a great looking fish, are they nocturnal? I don't know a lot about Angels, are they tame & can they get to feed from your hand?

I remember several years before I got fish seeing a tropical community tank in an old folks home & I was very taken with one particular fish in that tank which I now know to be a Clown Loach. I loved the way it stood on it's front fins like it was paying attention to something. This particular fish would dig a hole in the gravel & build all the stones up in a pile next to the hole-does your do that?

  John<o)))<

On 3 February 2015 at 23:41, 'Noura T.' n-ocean@scs-net.org [AquaticLife] <AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

 

Here's my big boy Smoky.. He's a monster J

I wanted to take pics of the Clown Loach, but they were sleeping. He/she likes to hide in those caves, especially at night, like now.

(It could take a while before the new photos are approved)

https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/AquaticLife/photos/albums/1956468285

Noura

From: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com [mailto:AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: 04 شباط, 2015 01:05 ص


To: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com
Subject: RE: [AquaticLife] RE: Re: Urgent Help: Rosy Barb

 

Oh thank you John J

I sure will!

Noura

From: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com [mailto:AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: 04 شباط, 2015 12:41 ص
To: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [AquaticLife] RE: Re: Urgent Help: Rosy Barb

 

Hi Noura,

  I just looked at Smoky as a baby-you must be very proud of him he's a great looking fish. I'd be interested to see what he looks like now if you can post some pictures anytime.

  John<o)))<

On 3 February 2015 at 09:05, 'Noura T.' n-ocean@scs-net.org [AquaticLife] <AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

 

:-D

His baby pics are in the photos section!

I think the folder is Noura's tanks , or something like that. He was tinyyy!

Noura

From: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com [mailto:AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: 03 شباط, 2015 01:35 ص
To: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [AquaticLife] RE: Re: Urgent Help: Rosy Barb

 

Smoky is a big boy!

  John<o)))<

On 2 February 2015 at 18:55, 'Noura T.' n-ocean@scs-net.org [AquaticLife] <AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com> wrote:

 

Thanks for your kind words, Ray. And for all your, and John's help.

Exactly, he was sitting upright just before the water change, and breathing at an almost normal rate. And went lying on his side immediately after it.

I've been turning this in my head all day… I know I did everything I could, but I really had high hopes for him after his condition stabilized.

Your thoughts about the extreme weakness made me think that maybe the water movement while I was adding the new water have exhausted him completely, and beyond recovery. I wasn't pouring water directly and heavily, I have put a 500 ml cup on the tank's bottom and poured the new water in it so that water spilled from all its edges like a round fountain. Still, I noticed there were some currents that dragged Silver around a little in the tiny tank.

I examined the tank very carefully today before changing water, and there were no droppings at all. It could well be that he hasn't eaten in a week. Sigh…

Last time I had to medicate a fish so intensely was with a smoky Anglefish, about 3 or 4 years ago. The hospital tank was barely deep enough for his rotten fins length. He had a really bad case of fin rot and wounds due to fighting for 5 minutes with the black Angelfish. His fins almost reached the flesh in places where they were torn. I had to medicate him for 8 weeks, with extensive PWCs "He was 3" long". But he came around beautifully. I still have him now in the 20 G with a small Pleco and one survivor Clown Loach. Smoky is now more than 25 cm tall!

We don't get to win the fight everytime.. eh..

Now I have to tell my mom L.

Her tank is empty now. Anything to do to disinfect it before she gets any new fish?

Thanks for your valuable help though this!

Noura

From: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com [mailto:AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: 02 شباط, 2015 06:42 م
To: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [AquaticLife] RE: Re: Urgent Help: Rosy Barb

 

Hi Noura.

I'm so sorry to hear that this fish didn't make it, especially after all the effort you went through in trying to help him.  I read both you messages, but thought I'd reply to this one first.  I have no specific reason why he died, but I extremely doubt it was because you prepared the Erythromycin solution last night and stored it in there fridge.  The worst thing they could have happened to the medication would have been that it lost some of its effectiveness, but that wouldn't have adversely affect him like this. 

Don't blame yourself if that's what you think, as the only thing that an inadequately strong medication would do would be to allow the disease to advance slightly.  That would only mean that the disease would take a bit longer to completely cure.  Of course, that could (but not necessarily) also allow for a mutation of the disease to develop, making it harder to cure the disease but that's not going to happen in a matter of hours. 

While I wasn't there to see exactly how well (or how poorly) he was doing just before the PWC, and only know that he was sitting upright on the bottom of the tank -- since you said he was lying on the bottom of the tank after this last PWC (a marked difference) -- In my estimation, his constantly weakening state from not eating is what finally did him in.  I've seen enough fish that have gone on a temporary hunger strike and were no longer able to swim because of their weakened condition, only to have never been able to pull out of this condition and die despite regaining their appetite and eating well again. 

Many just don't make it and while Carp (which would include Barbs) may do this on occasion and regain their abilities, the smaller the fish is the less likely it's system is able to cope with such malnutrition.  One major reason why I was hoping he'd start eating.  I also don't believe it was the disease itself that overwhelmed him as you did everything you could to combat it and I doubt he was battling it at all anymore.  Still, even if a fish is completely cured, the medications need to be continued for the full duration of the treatment to prevent a relapse, and you were continuing his treatment at this time.  I applaude your efforts and all the care you've shown!      

Best regards,

Ray

In a message dated 2/2/2015 11:07:59 A.M. Eastern Standard Time, AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com writes:

 

He's gone L

Unbelievable…

I'm sure it has to do with the last PWC about 3 hours ago. But I can't think of the direct reason, I did everything exactly the same way as before.

The only difference is that I prepared the Erythormycin solution last night and kept it in the fridge. It can't be this.

Noura L

From: Noura T. [mailto:n-ocean@scs-net.org]
Sent: 02 شباط, 2015 12:46 م
To: 'AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com'
Subject: RE: [AquaticLife] RE: Re: Urgent Help: Rosy Barb

Hi Ray,

The Barb went lying on his side right after the last PWC 2 hours ago. And he's still like that.

Test results are the same as last time.

I matched the temperature for the added water and added the 3 medications, so not sure what's wrong. He seemed okay before the change L

Noura

From: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com [mailto:AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com]
Sent: 02 شباط, 2015 08:28 ص
To: AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com
Subject: Re: [AquaticLife] RE: Re: Urgent Help: Rosy Barb

 

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