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Old 11-22-2013, 04:32 PM   #1
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Huma Trigger with Ich

I recently brought home a Huma Trigger that is about an inch and half long. After a couple of days I started noticing that he was getting stressed induced ich I have decided against using medicine because I have a star fish and crabs. He basically spends his day laying in the sand. I bought some garlic and have been soaking their food in it. I also lowered the salinity to 1.02. My tank temperature is 78. What else can I do for him. I am worried.
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