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Old 01-25-2006, 10:52 PM   #11
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Murcos why dont you just get something to remove the copper and then watch the fish for a couple of weeks without it. I agree with the rest and not treat the fish if they dont show signs of anything. I would think it would be a fair statement to say that if in 4 weeks you dont see signs of ick, your not going to. The fish being in a new tank and new surroundings, I would think would be enough to stress the fish and show the ick..just my opinion.

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