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Old 02-08-2012, 06:46 PM   #61
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K. Got two fish in DT. No signs of ich and they r eating. Do I need to fish them out. I got inverts, so hypo in DT is out.
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That was a question, sorry...
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Old 02-08-2012, 08:28 PM   #63
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If you still have the quarantine setup I would put them in there and leave the dt empty of fish.
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Old 02-08-2012, 08:51 PM   #64
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I do. But looks like I'm going rock fishing... Lol... No way these fish will go easy... Especially the lunar wrasse and yellow watchman. Can anyone explain why some fish don't get ich?
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Its not that they don't get it but more when they get and for how long..Sometimes you'll never see spots but they can still be hosting ..The fish MUST come out or your DT will never truly be fallow and never be ick free
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Old 02-08-2012, 09:19 PM   #66
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Its not that they don't get it but more when they get and for how long..Sometimes you'll never see spots but they can still be hosting ..The fish MUST come out or your DT will never truly be fallow and never be ick free
Got it. Any tips on getting a snow flake eel out? He's just a baby, but in the LR.
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Only way i ever got all my fish out was to remove everything ...I know ,its gonna stink,,but can't really think of another way
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Only way i ever got all my fish out was to remove everything ...I know ,its gonna stink,,but can't really think of another way
This probably wont help him to stay in the hobby...but ya it seems like the only way..
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If your eel is hungry you can tempt him with food and then catch him. I caught porc chop with a bucket half way in the tank . Showed him a clam and tossed it in a bucket and he went right in for it. Then I just tilted the bucket up and he was out.
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Old 02-08-2012, 09:43 PM   #70
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Got it... May dump the water from dt to rubbermaid and put LR in it. My puffer is still alive and in qt. so is orange clown. Working on the rest. Thanks guys/gals... Keeping my hopes alive.
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