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Old 05-16-2006, 11:27 AM   #1
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Added LR...woke up...and ick?

Its on my 2 clowns ( both host the same anemone ). Im trying to examin my angel right now...Is this it? Makes me pretty mad....

Should I setup a QT and hypo?
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Old 05-16-2006, 12:04 PM   #2
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I added a piece of LR from a kind of dumpy store and my clown got it too. I was mad. I don't think the LR was really even fully cured because it had no frowth on it.
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Are you going to QT? Or how do you plan on treating it?
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He is already gone....I didn't follow advice...I did put him in a QT, but didn't follow instructions....Noob mistake. Steve-s, hopefully, will be along and help you out.
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Old 05-16-2006, 12:17 PM   #5
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You may want to PM one of these folks to move this post to sick fish forum:
Hara, BillyZ, lmw80, Devilishturtles, An t-iasg, malkore, lando, revhtree, Fluff, seaham358, melosu58, Jchillin, Zagz

I think Fluff is around right now....
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Old 05-16-2006, 12:30 PM   #7
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Oh crap...sorry about that.

Im really bummed...this happened right after both my clowns hosted my anemone too...thats the worst...
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I have moved the thread to the sick fish forum. Regretfully, Steve-s is no longer a member of this site.

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Can ick host my BTA?
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What?!?!?! What happened to Steve-s?

Anyway, Marc, there is great info on this site for QT ing and hypo treatment.....I highly recommend it.

To answer you question, though, inverts will not carry the parasite. You will need to leave your main tank fallow (fishless--inverts are o.k, though) for 8 weeks. Good luck!
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