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Old 12-16-2011, 10:37 PM   #11
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Yes. There is so many theories. Some people say if fish had ich once is more prone to get again. Other that it does not matter. If system is free of ich fish will be free too, no matter what. I really don't know. When I was talking how I could got that ich, I thought when I put frag ich could be on coral ( coral is wet, so there is water on him) Those are just my thoughts

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i think the frag bringing it in is highly unlikely.

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