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Old 09-27-2011, 07:41 PM   #111 
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Yes, the neons were alone for 30 minutes.
I would suggest taking out your Betta for a one or two days, and let him live by himself. Then shift a your decorations/plants around to make it seem like a new environment. By a day or two your Tetras will have established their territory, add your Betta in. There should be nipping for a the first day and then it should all come down.

If not take your Betta out, he's not compatible with other fish. Also having lots of plants/hiding places is vital.

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Oh no! I'm sorry to hear about Jake. Did he start getting sick before the corys were added? T____T
No he wasn't sick before, the fungal grew so fast. I don't think it's the Cories or they would have all died by now. I'm not going to euthanize him, if he passes he can go on his own. Until then I'll keep treating him with AQ salt. :/
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:( I hope he gets better soon
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