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arowana fish farm in singaporeMy Crossback golden AROWANA lower jaw looks swollenHi there everyone, I would like to ask that why my golden crossback arowana lower jaw looks swollen? It does not eat at all and i doubt this is the reason that it dont eat。 I have recorded it in the link below
As compare to others arowana i saw on youtube for example this
my arowana lower jaw looks abnormal。 May i know what is the main cause and how to cure it? Hope to get some advice,arowana fish farm in singapore thanks alot
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how long he never eat liao?

last night when i comm both my red n my gold together, i saw their lower jaw become bigger。。。 i think cos they want to fight liao。。。
but your 1 is only 1 xb in there right?
>Originally Posted by Cool79 how long he never eat liao?
last night when i comm both my red n my gold together, i saw their lower jaw become bigger。。。 i think cos they want to fight liao。。。
but your 1 is only 1 xb in there right? It din eat about 5 days already。
My aquarium only have one xb, no others fish already。
>he is new to the tank?

arowana fish farm in singaporeMy Crossba Aquaculture Forum sometime they do starve themselves。 They can tahan without food for at least a mth。
>Originally Posted by Cool79 he is new to the tank?
sometime they do starve themselves。 They can tahan without food for at least a mth。 erm, nope, its the old tank。
Why do they want to starve themself? Will it lead to death? And it also like gone crazy sometimes, rushing here and there in the aquarium, do u have any idea about it?
>Originally Posted by calvin erm, nope, its the old tank。
Why do they want to starve themself? Will it lead to death? And it also like gone crazy sometimes, rushing here and there in the aquarium, do u have any idea about it? Alot of bubbles on the water surface。。。not a good sign (Protein waste)。 Carry out a water test (Ammonia, Nitrite and pH) and WC。 Struggling in your tank could be a sign your water is toxic and uncomfortable。 As for the lower jaw behavior, I have only seen it when aro are going to fight。
>Originally Posted by kiwichew Alot of bubbles on the water surface。。。not a good sign (Protein waste)。 Carry out a water test (Ammonia, Nitrite and pH) and WC。 Struggling in your tank could be a sign your water is toxic and uncomfortable。 As for the lower jaw behavior, I have only seen it when aro are going to fight。 how to get rid of the bubbles? I do have bubbles too。。。 I am using melafix, after 1 week, the bubbles still there。。。 then i gave up n never care。。。
>TS,tiger fishing tips not sure of ur case, but if not mistaken, its just a act of itself。
my aro did tat too, and by doing tis, it swims bit fast and aggressive。 dun think tis is swollen as mentioned。
but, do take care of the water。 i think if u water is ok, and sure it goes ok for ur aro too。
dun worry, there is a time where my aro not eating for at least 2 months, round 21";。
>Originally Posted by Cool79 how to get rid of the bubbles? I do have bubbles too。。。 I am using melafix, after 1 week, the bubbles still there。。。 then i gave up n never care。。。 If you have just dosed melafix moments before the photo was taken then it explains the bubbles。 But if the bubbles are still lingering hours after that then it is quite likely that your filtration is not coping well with your bio-load。 You may want to do more frequent WC, add protein skimmer or simply use better filter medias to counter this problem。
>Hmmm。 Ok。
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