I had some Labeos shipped to me that got some bad ammonia poisoning during shipment and acclimation. Weeks later, they started dying off one by one. Out of 12 individuals, I currently have 8 left and I just found another that appears to be sick with similar symptoms - bloating that seems worse on one side, not eating much, hanging near the bottom of the tank (I noticed these symptoms in the last fish that died before it died - and it appeared to get much better i.e. quick reduction in swelling before dying later that day). I'm not seeing much of the pineconing supposedly typical with dropsy, but given the other factors here I'm thinking that's the culprit. Anyone have any advice on treatment & prevention? I've currently got the UV filter off and I've dosed with a combination of pimafix and melafix. I isolated the sick fish in the communal tank (large breeder basket close to the surface & an airstone). I have other species in other tanks that seem to be doing well with no issue. It appears to be isolated to the fish that got burned during shipment and specifically those animals that are weaker & taking the brunt of the social aggression. I've got some additional animals (some Labeotropheus trawavasae females of similar sizes) in quarantine to eventually put in with them & even out some of the aggression. I just don't want to keep losing animals if I can help it. Pics of the fish currently sick and the most recently dead one.