Hi thanks for your advice. I have been getting g rather frustrated lately as I have seeks advice from so many aquatic stores and told them exactly what I have in the tank everytime I purchase and was told they will be fine.
The two yoyo I adopted with the tank and I was told male and female betta can live together but you need at least 2 female to 1 male so they don't fight and the male will not just harass 1 female to death.
Clown loach I was aware can get big and was told this is rare though and was given the go ahead.
Tank parameters are.
which do you think is the main culprit for the death of the fish BETTA??
AmHi guys I'm very new to this and have a Jewel rio 240ltr tank.
I have a variety of fish and all was good for around 4 months then all of a sudden I had allot of fish die. All water checks done and checked are fine and I believe something in my tank is attacking fish.
I have currently the following fish.
2x siemese too loach ( 1 4" other 2" very boystrous)
2x betta 1 mate 1 female (did have 2 female)
2x clown loach
4x blue tetra was 12
3x dwarf albino Cory (no issue)
1x torpedo barb (keeps itself to itself)
1x silver shark ( scared of its own shadow still small)
I really don't know which fish could be the main culprit but I'm leaning more towards the yoyo loach as they are so boystrous in the tank very active.
Any suggestions and any advice on which fish maybe I should not have in the tank.
I used to have also but which found dead were
2x electric blue ram
2x blue gourami
12x tetra mixed red and blue
Please any advice
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