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Male Chilumba dead. Why?


dean1987

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hey Guys,

Noticed today that my Male Breeding A. chilumba has died. It was in a 4ft tank with about 10 females. It was not showing any signs of funny behaivour and there is not another male in the tank. Tested P.h which was about 8.3. Amonia and nitrite was 0ppm. There is no signs of it being attacked (fins are fine) and no other markings or signs of fungus.. The other fish are looking fine.

Does anyone know how it died??

Could it be a heart attack from having 10 females around?? LOL.gifblush.gif

Thanks

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nagged to death :lolthink of everything youve done to the tank lately that may have effect.water change?blackout.change foods?what did the fisdh look like when dead?bloated?missing scales?how big is the tank?is it sufficiently aerated and filtered?is the water clean ?how are the females acting?lively for a feed?showing their bright colours?healthy skin?fins bright and pretty or dull?

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