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Old 08-26-2014, 02:23 PM   #11
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So it's been about a day and the clown is looking great now. She in my qt and I plan on leaving her there for at least the rest of the day. Unless I should leave her in longer. Any recommendations?


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Yes advice number one: one day of treatment is not even close to enough. 6 weeks is usually recommended.


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So it's been about a month and my clown is looking a million times better. Click image for larger version

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I've been using the medicine I posted earlier daily in my qt tank. I recently read that brooklynella can affect/lay in other fish. Should I move my other fish (1 royal gamma, 1 engineer goby) in the QT as well before re-introducing the clown?


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So it's been about a month and my clown is looking a million times better. Attachment 250624
I've been using the medicine I posted earlier daily in my qt tank. I recently read that brooklynella can affect/lay in other fish. Should I move my other fish (1 royal gamma, 1 engineer goby) in the QT as well before re-introducing the clown?


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I wouldn't if their are no symptoms of disease in the other fish.


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