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Old 01-23-2013, 01:36 PM   #11
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I have a cheap clamp light fixture with a twist bulb.
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QT'ing a fish is to observe for any outbreaks in disease, most commonly ich. Otherwise its used to treat sick fish. You dont need special lighting just enough to see the surface of your fishes body for parasites etc. +1 on PWC regularly
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Would you need a small circulation pump at all?
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How long should I keep a new fish in it?
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How long should I keep a new fish in it?
I use a small filter or air stone. I've QT'd fish for up to 2 weeks.
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Depending on the situation. If new fish and just making sure they're arent going to transfer any parasites then 2 or 3 weeks. Unless they show signs of disease then treat the disease until its gone.

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