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Old 05-05-2012, 03:00 PM   #1
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Any1 treated gill fluke??

I think i have introduced gill fluke into my DT tank. Ive seen 3/4 of my fish flash/rub their gills on rock. Plus ive seem 2 out the 4 fish "Yawn" acouple of times and my kleins butterfly keeps on going near the clearn shrimp to get its gills cleaned. Ive noticed these signs over a 2-3 week period and ive yet to notice any ich spots.

are these some of the signs of gill fluke?? I did some searching and come accross Prazipro. Any1 use this?? it states its reef safe. I dont have corals or any anemonies but i do have quite a few inverts.
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