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Old 07-24-2008, 09:42 PM   #11
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Thanks for all advice.Yes first i was really depressed.But i decided not to gave up!!!!I was so depressed because i knew how hard it is gonna be to catch all fishes if i have to.It would take me probably about 3 hours to take all corals and rocks and catch all fishes.I decided i give one try.In one hand flakes close to the surface,second a net.They come close for food,one scoop and i got him!!!!!!I got so lucky.I gave him formaline dipp<first time in my life> and put him in quarantine tank.All fishes in display tank looks great.Today he is happy,eat well,no black spots.Here is my question.I m prety sure that stress was the reson.After i put the flame angel <2 weeks ago>he fight with her for 4 days and never accept her.Since then he was nervus you could see that.So how long should i keep him in QT.And should i ever put him back to desplay tank?It is gonna be the same story.Flame angel is still there.Or should i gave him back to some lfs to avoid problems.What would You do???
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3 bath treatments (once daily or every other day) up to 60mins: .50ml/gallon (Noga). Don't forget to add extra aeration since Formalin starves DO.
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Thanks everybody.It is been a week now.He is in Q.T.I did 3 formaline dipp since.He looks fine.All fishes in display tank looks fine.How long i have to keep him in Q.T?What would You guys do?Should i try to give him to some lfs store or risk to get infected again in main.Once the fish was sick i think it has tendency to be sick again.Flame angel is still there.What You guys think?
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IMO if you keep all the stress factors down like keeping him fed on greens and excellent water params he should be OK. I know mine beat it that way.
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