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Old 03-31-2009, 06:22 PM   #11
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Thanks kurt. One question the spots seem to be much worst in the morning is this normal?
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Usually the fish is covered with it before the lights come on. As the lights stay on the parasite falls off. As Kurt said keep up the good work.
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this is what they look like mid day
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Good news this morning very few white spots compared to a couple days ago maybe 10 to 15 spots per fish witch is much better but I'm sticking to the treatment so I can be done with this!!
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