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2 days ago I found out that one of my neon tetras was missing an eye but today when I was watching them eat I saw that another of my neon tetras now lost and eye. i had just got my tank on the 16/11/2023 and am new to the concept of caring for fish. I have 14 neon tetras in the tank, two glowlight tetras and 3 bristlenose catfish. Can someone explain why my 2 neon tetras lost there eyes and if there is a way to prevent it thanks
Like livingart, I would say it is not worth much, if anything. It would probably be cheaper to replace than try and find parts or repair. I either have one myself, in my box of spare aquarium bits, or I biffed it long ago.
You should be able to test it yourself as there is little to go wrong in them. Either it goes well, goes but not well, or doesn't go at all. If it goes well, give it to someone starting out but warn them it may not last much longer. If it goes, but not well, it is likely to be stuffed diaphragms and you can tell by looking at them. They will have disintegrated or have holes in them, especially along the creases. If it doesn't go at all, biff it.
If they couldn't find the parts for them 13 years ago, you're not likely to do so now.