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Old 08-28-2004, 12:46 PM   #21
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How was your blenny when you first put him in your tank? My is swimming up and down as though he wants out? Should I be concerned?

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When you remove your fish from your main tank, there's no need to remove your crabs and shrimp. They will be fine in there during the fallow period. Maybe you could put a divider in the 25 to sperate your cardinal during treatment so he's not being nipped at.
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solving ich

Will 6 weeks be sufficient time to know that ich isn't in my tank any more?
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I believe that would be long enough.
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