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Old 07-23-2006, 01:48 AM   #1
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Neon goby vs bristle worm?

Hi, we recently switched our 55g tank to a new 90g tank. After the move, we noticed small spines or pickers sticking out of the neon goby, looks like a bristle from bristle worms. Is that possible? Should I be worried about secondary infections? Also noticed that the ick we thought we were done with a few months ago reappeared on our clown and yellow tangs, but they seem to be doing better already. Does anyone have actual doseages for antiparasitic and antibiotics? I'm a vet tech and have access to lots of meds at a much cheaper price than at pet store. I've read read that you can use enrofloxacin and erythomycin (we use store bought Marcyn last time but no dose is listed on box). Thanks in advance for any help.
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