So I'm sure there are many things that could have caused this, probably something stupid I did. But one day a red serpae died. The next day I noticed the other two serpae, my 5 year old pleco, and my beta had all died in my 10 gallon tank! All that were left were three tetras (those kind they breed to be bright colors. On another topic, those are safe right? Not artificially dyed or anything?) So I moved the survivors to an emergency tank (a 2 liter bottle with a bubbler lol) and thoroughly hosed out the 10 gallon and everything in it. There's still a little algae on the side. I used a pressure nozzle. I refilled the tank and two of the three tetras are now dead. Of course that could be because of the shock from moving tanks. There's no obvious signs of disease. Before I go restocking my tank, what should I do? Cycle it? There's still one fish left.