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Old 12-02-2003, 03:21 AM   #11
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Your Lionfish Health

Hi,

I hope when you receive this e-mail your Lionfish is still holding on. I've been collecting different lionfishes for the past ten years. Yes I must admit I did lose three in my ten year span.
First you need to check your water condition, making sure all levels are low. If all level of test are low do not change any water for at least a week.
You must purchase the following item: Saltwater Maracyn w/B complex vitamins. A dosage of one tablet per 20 gallons. Remember repeat treatment every 24 hours! Take each tablet and crush it up into a powder form a pour it into your tank near the Lionfish. It might take two-three days, but he will eat. I will feed it rosy reds or guppies. Remember if it starts eating just feed him a few (about two). Then retry the following day.
Every Lionfish that doesn't eat I start it on this treatment and it works!
Saltwater Maracyn w/ B complex vitamins is made by: Mardel Labs 1958 Bradon Court, Glendale Heights, IL 60139.
I hope that it recovers for you soon. If you have anyother problem you can e-mail back

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Old 12-02-2003, 03:25 AM   #12
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Re: Your Lionfish Health

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Hi,

I hope when you receive this e-mail your Lionfish is still holding on. 8O I've been collecting different lionfishes for the past ten years. Yes I must admit I did lose three in my ten year span.
First you need to check your water condition, making sure all levels are low. If all level of test are low do not change any water for at least a week.
You must purchase the following item: Saltwater Maracyn w/B complex vitamins. A dosage of one tablet per 20 gallons. Remember repeat treatment every 24 hours! Take each tablet and crush it up into a powder form a pour it into your tank near the Lionfish. It might take two-three days, but he will eat. I will feed it rosy reds or guppies. Remember if it starts eating just feed him a few (about two). Then retry the following day.
Every Lionfish that doesn't eat I start it on this treatment and it works!
Saltwater Maracyn w/ B complex vitamins is made by: Mardel Labs 1958 Bradon Court, Glendale Heights, IL 60139.
I hope that it recovers for you soon. If you have anyother problem you can e-mail back

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