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Michael Noah wrote at 2015-02-20 14:34:02
Hi Ian,



I've had neon tetras and cardinals for years the symptoms you observed are classic symptoms of water chlorination. You can get an anti chlorine formula from any pet store and you can also try a water softener.  In my experience let the water stay like that for 2 days after you administer the formula before you introduce your fish. As far as guppies are concerned they are usually not bothered by such changes.  



Hope this helps :)



Mike  


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