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Old 07-12-2003, 11:24 PM   #1
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Aquari-sol Brackish Safe?

Is Aquari-sol brackish safe it says do not use in saltwater aquariums and freshwater use only. I have a parasite problem right now and I need to know if I can use it.
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Old 07-19-2003, 03:14 AM   #2
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well, yes aquarisol is safe. However, i dont reccomend it. What kind of parasite is it? For most parasitic infections, bacterial infections, ick, velvet disease, and etc. I would definetly recommend Quick-Cure. However if it is some kind of external parasite, like a little guy on the fish that moves around and stuff, i reccomend isolating the fish in somethin like a bowl, and try to scrape it of (gently.) this worked for me when my goldfish had a parasite. It sais quick-cure can treat this to so i would follow up with use of quick-cure. Let me know what kind of parasite it is, and i will help you the best i can!
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They were internal parasites, they're gone now. I used greenex, marine aquariums. My tank is at 1.018 so it's pretty close to marine, that's why I had the concern.
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I'm not at home now, so I don't have any references available, but isn't Maroxy also a parasite treatment?
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Duh...
Nevermind, I think that Maroxy is an anti-fungal.
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