help,new to web site ,does anyone no if to many tiny little bubbles in tank could wipe out a group of guppies about 60 . They where happy for three years until i moved recently to a new town with different tap water,i had never had air bubbles before now ,the funny thing is i bought 2 new fish when the group was down to about 20 and they are still alive but all the rest are dead ,there is about 3 different generation of babys and as soon as they get to teenager size they dye ,did all the usual stuff,water levels and white spot etc nothing changed,the only thing the fish all do before a slow 2 day death is there top fin goes down and they go a bit pail and swim in one spot at top of tank,also on acasion but not always a white poo comes out.(and its not a worm)
Im from Australia and my tank size is a 65litre water trickles from above any ideas would be great.
tiny bubbles in tank and guppies dying
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thanks,yes the water level is low at top ,ill top it up,and yes i know that s to many fish but their so cute and babys where popping up every where,now we only have a male and a female guppy and around ten babys left. Do you have any experience with bristlenose catfish ,mine have had babys 40 ,and im not sure how to care for them a pet shop has offer to buy some if they live.