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Old 06-14-2007, 07:31 AM   #1
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Are Angels and butterflies prone to ich?

Hi guys i recently lost my Coral beauty however my yellow tail damsel and my clakii clown are very healthy. I just wanted to know if butterflies and angels are prone to ich.
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Just about everything is prone to ich, coral beauty's and butterflys are no exception.
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Not as much as surgeonfish but they still easily contract the parasite.
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Just about everything is prone to ich, coral beauty's and butterflys are no exception.
I agree and esp. if they are stressed out due to poor water conditions or aggression issues.
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