I have a confession to make. I didn't euthanise my uberis female.
The other day I put some substrate in the bottom of her hospital tank and she seems to be moving around more than she was and aside from the clamping and poor appetite, looks okay.
I am going to try another treatment with aquarium salt because that seemed to perk her up last time.
It's hard because she got through the infection and has hung on for several weeks now. I feel like we have come so far that if I can just pull her through this, she will start to pick up.
She has another two weeks to improve and then I will most likely euthanise.
In better news, my group of Betta rutilans 'green' sub-adults/juveniles are doing quite well. I look to have a couple of females in the group so I am hoping that I can continue this line for a few more generations.
(What I think is one of the females)
They also have four related adults in another tank. I think three are full siblings and one is their father. They were the first wilds I ever bred and so I have a soft spot for this species even if it's not one of my favourites.
Otherwise everyone else is going okay. I am on a new medication that makes me really drowsy so I haven't had a lot of energy left to devote to my fish. I think I need to go back to daily water changes on my hendra/burdigala grow-out as the 50% every second day isn't cutting it. Which is annoying! Wish I had more space for more racks and tanks.