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Old 08-22-2012, 02:15 AM   #1
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One of my clowns started losing some of his fin so I Just put him in the qt and I had some instant ocean lifeguard lying around and added that now it looks like an isopod was chewing on his fin and is now on him. Do I need to remove it or will the lifeguard kill it? If so how do I remove it?
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Try and remove it IMO... Clowns are slow, you could net him. Hopefully it doesnt hirt the fish to take the pod off
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Ok im gonna try to get it off.
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Ok went back and the pod was gone maybe the lifeguard stuff is killing it because it says its not invert safe.
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