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longhairedgit longhairedgit
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  • Posted on: 24/11/2008 22:39
Re: red claw crabs ?? #21
Sorry it all sounds a bit harsh, but you will have to move quickly on getting the fish rehomed, over the coming days the ammonia and nitrite will become ever more lethal, and they are probably dangerous already, your completely overstocked, by at lest 5 times at current, if the fish were adult sizes youd be overstocked by nearly 12 times. The goldfish alone could do with a minimum of 10 gallons per fish, and would be better kept in a 30-55 gallon anyway, of the smaller fish you have youve still got enough fish for a 30 gallon. The toxicity of the water in the coming days will reflect that, the only way to save the fish will be to rehome them.

The nutrafin stuff can make no dent on that level of overstock.
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