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Old 06-26-2013, 12:42 PM   #1
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I've had 4 fish die on me from what my lfs says is a gill parasite Called flukes but when only 2 fish died they gave me something to treat it and I Did one treatment and then 2 more fish died so I just did another treatment just now and I notice my flame angel and my fox face are rubbing there gills against the rock and that's one of the symptoms

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Old 06-26-2013, 03:22 PM   #2
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Need more info...what size tank? Are you treating in DT or in a QT? What did they give you? What fish? How many?

I've never dealt with flukes, but have heard that FW dips, every other day for three times will often clear this up. Adding Methylene Blue to the FW dips is supposed to help. If that does not work, following with Formalin dips (two days apart, three times total) should do the trick.

Apparently the DT should be left fallow for 10 weeks to allow the worms to die off due to no host.
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