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Old 08-31-2014, 03:14 PM   #1
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What I wrong with my Picasso

I got a plant that you can see in the picture whatever is in the tank it's killed my female clown and my damsel this what it looked like on my damsel




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Old 08-31-2014, 04:39 PM   #2
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Looks like Brookynella, a parasite that mainly attacks clowns/damsels, but will infect other fish if they are not in top health.

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Holy crap thank you so much for the help I thought it was ick but it wasn't on my white jawed cardinal fish or my spotted hawkfish I was so nervous I did a 10gallon water change and added copper


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You added copper to your display? I hope you don't have any inverts!


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I only have a couple crabs and that's it


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What about your nem?
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Copper is deadly to inverts, including your nem. You need to use copper in a hospital tank not directly in your display tank


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No no I took my Nem to the LFS for hospitalization it's foot was a little damaged and they're going to help me nourish it back to health


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