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Old 05-09-2004, 01:53 AM   #21
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PS. What are the signs of HLLE?
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Old 05-09-2004, 03:23 AM   #22
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Ya when I read your profile, I knew that you knew about the Y Tangs!

My Tang is really eating good now. It has eaten Brine Shrimp, Blood Worm, Algae Strips, and some flake. Not to mention the grazing it does.

The thing that sacres me the most in this hobby is fish diesease. Is it preety safe to say, that if your fish are eating they are probably fine? I am so paranode. I will se a little body defect that I had not noticed before, and freek out. Sometimes i'll see a white dot, and then it will be gone.
Is not eating the first sign, and a good sign that your fish are getting, or are sick?

This is bad but: Every morning I get up I thank God that one of my fish are not floating. Somebody tell me something to ease my worry.

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Rev, actually its simpler than you think.
Qt all new arrivals for a month. this gives you a chance to treat any problems before they infect your tank.
Yes any defect freak me too. Most of them turn out to be nothing. Just be prudent and you, your fish will be fine!!!
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Signs of Head and lateral line erosion, is color fading, redness around the head, and overal tissue erosion around the actual face of the fish. I feed my tangs macro algae collected off the coast. You can buy the dried sheets for them to.
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Great thats what I got. (agae sheets)

Thanks for all your help. My tang is eating like a horse!! It loves the sheets.

Thanks Again all!
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