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dwss59 dwss59
  • Cichlid Adviser
  • Cichlid Adviser
  • Joined: 25/1/2007 21:03
  • From Hampshire
  • Group: Registered Users Caresheets Advisers Deep End
  • Posts: 823
  • Posted on: 16/9/2007 22:22
Re: Help angel fish!! #11
Well recommend getting a test kit, you need to know your water levels and then see where to go next.

Who sold 2 oscars for a 40l? The same dealer?
Central Americans; once they pop they don't stop!
EagleC EagleC
  • Plants Adviser
  • Plants  Adviser
  • Joined: 28/3/2007 12:01
  • From Hampshire
  • Group: Registered Users
  • Posts: 8176
  • Posted on: 17/9/2007 0:11
Re: Help angel fish!! #12
Yes, a test kit is essential.

if the tank was left without fish for more than a few hours it will have uncycled so yes you need to wait between taking the angels back and adding the new fish.

This article should help :
http://www.fishkeeping.co.uk/modules/ ... php?topic_id=559&forum=14

also :
http://www.ntfm.org/NitrogenCycle.htm / http://www.ntfm.org/Fishlesscycle.htm


Hope that helps.