Difficult to say without more info - It could be (the fish dashing around could point to either a lack of oxygen OR "burned" gills, caused bu ammonia), though I'm more inclined to guess Nitrite poisoning, as these compounds are nerve and blood poisons, and could explain the dark patches on the fish. We really do need more info before we can even venture a guess...Amoniac Hennie????
I totally agree.One is DEFINITELY for sure - Viper is 100% CORRECT - that skimmer is DEFINITELY WAY WAY WAY too small for that tank! Even if it IS "just a FISH ONLY" system.
Are you sarcastic? The skimmer is FAR FAR FAR FAR too small for a 2 metre tank....thats a counter current skimmer, they are the best
nothing wrong with it...
is there any metal in the system? my little cousin thought it would be a good idea to hide a teaspoon in my sump once.
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