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Old 10-31-2011, 10:47 PM   #1
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Alright got a 46 bow with t5 lighting nitrites and nitrates are a little hight due to battling ich right now im medicating im my dt i have a qt but with my job didnt feel confortable leaving my wife to keep a eye on both like i would so i decided while i was gone i would just have her worry bout the one tank only but i have no questions with ich my question is my coral beauty one of his scales looks like it is fallin off but im just trying to find out more info on flukes heard little about it but dont know much like other signs and what.Help me please lol thanks
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