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Old 04-14-2008, 08:03 PM   #11
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So knowing you are overstocked you went and added another large fish?
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well naso was my fish large fish
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Okay...back on track...Stress is a large contributer to a poor appitite in a fish. We need to know what you are feeding, how often and how you prepare it. Also, water parameters would be a good thing to know...temp, SG, Ph, NO2, NO3, NH3 to start. I take it you did not QT this fish? Any other signs/symptoms on the fish?
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I took it back to the store!!!
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