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help with ruby red peacock

11 years 6 months ago #22173 by karl
Replied by karl on topic help with ruby red peacock
well, he hs been eating nls for 3 days now, i think he will be good.

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11 years 6 months ago #22143 by rm-slover
also some fish take a couple of days to adjust to new surroundings. Also some fish wont go after NLS right away.

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11 years 6 months ago #22140 by dragonkeeper

he shipped him on sunday and i picked him up monday night. he looked good when i picked him up with a blue face.

dont muck with the water? do you mean hold off on waterchanges ?


No continue your water changes as usual. Don't try to adjust the PH or KH. Keep enough salt in the tank to equal 1 tablespoon per 5 gallons. This will not affect you PH or KH.

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11 years 6 months ago #22139 by karl
Replied by karl on topic help with ruby red peacock
he shipped him on sunday and i picked him up monday night. he looked good when i picked him up with a blue face.

dont muck with the water? do you mean hold off on waterchanges ?

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11 years 6 months ago #22137 by dragonkeeper
Don't muck with the water. You will end up doing more harm than good. Chances are he wasn't fed pellets in Thailand. Not sure what they would have fed him there. That is probably why he is spitting the nls. Give him some time to get hungry and he will eventually eat it. Starvation is a strong motivator.

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11 years 6 months ago #22135 by dgarnier
Replied by dgarnier on topic help with ruby red peacock
I know its way off track - how was the shipping from thiland? 

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11 years 6 months ago #22132 by karl
i bought a ruby red peacock from this guy in thailand 3 weeks ago, he is in a 55 gallon tank by himself and the tank was cycled before i put him in there. he doesnt eat, he puts food in his mouth and then spits it back out. also he is very shy and hides all the time. i was feeding cichlid flakes and today i bought nls but he still chews it and spits it back out. he doesnt look sick but the blue in his face is not very blue anymore. is this because he is alone ? his body color is nice, fins are all nice and erect, just his face is really dark and lost the blue shiny color. he sifts through the sand all the time, but spits out he nls ??? I adjust hardnes and ph using the aquarium salt, epsom salt, and baking soda recipe. no ammonia and no nitrate using liquid kits, temp 80 degrees checked with digital thermometer 40 percent water changes weekly using dechlor in the bucket before adding the water.

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