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Old 06-18-2012, 03:43 AM   #211
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Could have just been a bad molt, it's not something to worry too much over. Might be your iodine if thats the case.
Water test shows all parameters within limits.
Oh well.
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Old 06-18-2012, 03:46 AM   #212
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What size pumps are you using for your tank?
I have 2x koralia 2 powerheads
And use quite one pump for return 1/2" line.
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I don't think your testing for iodine, it's a trace element.

So are the other fish you got doing okay?
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All doing ok. And yes I didn't test for iodine. So is it too high or too low.
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You can't really tell, usually the salt mix has the right amount. The batch you made might not have been mixed enough before you put it in water. It would be a lack of iodine if anything. Just mix your salt well and do regular water changes and it will stay at good levels.
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