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Old 01-11-2008, 03:58 PM   #11
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My preference of initial quarantine procedures revolves around Nitrofurazone or Panacur for internal parasites and Formalin for protozoans; however, I will be switching to Chloroquine due to its ability to treat even sensitive fish in eradicating Amyloodinium, Cryptocaryon, and Turbellaria.

I can make an educated guess that Pajama Cardinals are most likely not cyanided due to the ease of being able to capture them. They are not powerful swimmers.
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I can make an educated guess that Pajama Cardinals are most likely not cyanided due to the ease of being able to capture them. They are not powerful swimmers.
You definitely have a good point there, they are not much of a swimming type.
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I lost a PJ cardinal right after I bought them home as well. They are quite a sensitive species. I think the advice you've received is wonderful, just wanted to add my experience.

I wish you better luck with them in the future.
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