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Old 05-21-2007, 06:45 PM   #1
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Does ich scar?

On my clarkii clown where he had ich I am seeing small scars. Am i seeing right?
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It is sure possible, the ich will burrow into their skin and feed off their bodily fluid.
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Could also be just a scar from the fish flashing ( rubbing) against the rock.He may have gotten a small abrasion that left a scar
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Just make sure of excellent water conditions and he should heal OK. Is the ick gone from the tank?
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Healing will also be promoted by feeding the proper diet of high-quality foods and dietary supliments like garlic, selcon and vita-chem.
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It looks as though it is gone. I only feed frozen food i bought from my lfs. The meds i am using advices to medicate even after it looks as though it is gone.
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