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Old 01-22-2011, 05:20 AM   #11
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I'm sorry to hear that you got a case of ick.
I lost an entire 55 gallon Tank of community fish A little over a year ago. From the time I figured out what they were sick with to the time they all died, was 8 hours. It was surprisingly traumatic for my entire family.
I'm so glad you found AA before you suffered any losses.
Again, let me know when things have cleared up and you are able to get your Albino Pleco.
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It must be like an acid trip to the freshwater fish in your tank, haha.
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Yeah I got caught it early enough to start curing it quickly.
Haha my fish are always extra happy then haha
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The tank looks pretty nice.
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Old 01-22-2011, 04:51 PM   #15
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Yeah I got caught it early enough to start curing it quickly.
Haha my fish are always extra happy then haha
I'm really glad you got rid of the ick so fast. It is so stressful for fish when they get ick.
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Ya me too, it should be all cleared up by tomorrow. I only see acouple faint dots left on the molly. Then ill wait acouple weeks before added anything new
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