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Old 06-15-2004, 08:10 PM   #11
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ok, this is all a gret thought, but how do you get out all the fish with a little over 100 lbs of LR w/corals attached to them? Little firefish, ha that would be a wild goose chase I used the kick ich about 4 months ago and it worked for me with no signs of ich left on any fish and that may be do to cleaner shrimps I don't know, but I didn't have any signs of this until I stupidly added the new fish that died. I don't have a QT tank over 10 gal and I have a vlamingi (sp?) tang, a yellow tang, 4 perculas, a pink square anthias and 2 firefish. I couldn't possibly house all those fish in a 10 gal QT tank. I also have no LFS that I TRUST to QT these fish based upon the fact that the 2 in my area are both the 2 times I have gotten ich in the tank so....any other suggestions?I'm in the hole now being that I should have just QT the last fish that died in the first place..I thought since it was still in acclimation bucket and had just arrived fom Hawaii I woud take a chance (dumb dumb dumb)
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read the post below. That can be the result. Here is the original thread.
http://www.aquariumadvice.com/viewtopic.php?t=24898
Sorry if this seems harsh, but i'm just trying to help. The way stated earlier in the thread is proven again and again to be the method thats works.
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As for cathcing the fish, I had to evacuate my 210 gallon with 180 lbs of rock. it was a job, but I brought in several new garbage cans and took out part of my rock. I then drained as much water as I could into the cans. This took away much of their swimming area and made it easier to catch them.
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