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Old 02-15-2012, 08:33 AM   #1
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Coral hind

My coral hind had what I thought was velvet, but he's had it for almost two weeks. I've been treating the tank with herbtana for 8 days and it hasn't cleared up. I also gave him a freshwater Bath for close to three minutes and nothing came off him. He still eats like a fiend. I also have a real small huma huma trigger who shows no sign of anything. Any suggestions
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