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Old 05-25-2013, 02:28 AM   #1
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Brook/fallow/9 weeks

So, I posted about 8-9 weeks ago about my brooklynella issue. 2 clowns, 1 survived. Thankfully he's still going strong almost 9 weeks later in QT. thanks to formalin/quick cure and fresh water dips. As well as some good advice from folks on here. So now I am 9 weeks in as of this weekend, and thinking its time to transfer my clown back to the DT after it has sat fallow. I have done 3 50% water changes during this time, and all that's in there is LR and a couple of hermits.

What you guys think, safe to proceed?
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I'm thinking of transferring him over tomorrow to the DT, thoughts?
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Bumping. Anybody?
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I think it would be safe to add back to the DT now. Good luck!
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Agreed.
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Old 05-29-2013, 01:30 AM   #6
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Thanks guys!


I was afraid to make the call myself, so little information available on the disease. I definitely don't want to deal with this mess again. Some people say 6-8 weeks, others say 8-10. Then a few say 12, which I think is overkill.
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