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Old 07-06-2014, 06:29 PM   #11
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Okay thanks for the info.

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I would keep the tank fish less for 4/6 weeks. I had it at a school tank and removed the fish and let it sit for six weeks and all is fine now.
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Thats a good article

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I would keep the tank fish less for 4/6 weeks. I had it at a school tank and removed the fish and let it sit for six weeks and all is fine now.
The tank that is infected with velvet is currently being treated with copper. My problem is what's the best way to treat the live rock that I pulled out of the tank to make sure it isn't reintroduced.
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I gound this video when I searched for marine velvet on youtube.
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