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Old 11-27-2011, 07:57 PM   #281
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It may still be ick. I have left a few fish in with ick and it's been over a month and they are clear atill
So you have some fish in your 220g with ich, and it is slowly going away? If there are now signs of this disease within a few weeks, can I add fish again? Thank you very much!

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My yellow Icked up after the tank move. It took a month of using ickX before I gave up and figured whatever happened would happen ( I know- this is bad, but I've stated before in another thread I think that I have no luck with qt tanks) and 4 weeks later he is clear as can be. My purple Icked up the night I got him- no one else is affected so far and it has been a week. I'm not saying this is always the case. Maybe I just have good luck for once in my life. I waited until all the ick was cleared up for a few weeks to add anything else though.
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Old 11-27-2011, 08:45 PM   #283
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My yellow Icked up after the tank move. It took a month of using ickX before I gave up and figured whatever happened would happen ( I know- this is bad, but I've stated before in another thread I think that I have no luck with qt tanks) and 4 weeks later he is clear as can be. My purple Icked up the night I got him- no one else is affected so far and it has been a week. I'm not saying this is always the case. Maybe I just have good luck for once in my life. I waited until all the ick was cleared up for a few weeks to add anything else though.
Ok, so I should wait a few weeks and then if whatever this is, is gone, it is safe to add more fish? Thanks.
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I'd definitely just make sure everything has cleared up for a little bit before adding anything else. Just remember that ick can come back after a few weeks
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Old 11-27-2011, 09:24 PM   #285
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Alrighty, I will wait a few weeks to a month and see what happens. Thanks.
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Old 12-10-2011, 02:13 PM   #286
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So, this is what I am looking at, does this look like ich to you? It has only been on be PJ for a little while now. Thanks
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Old 12-13-2011, 03:40 PM   #287
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Look at my Feather Duster! It shed it's crown a few weeks ago, and it is growing a new one!
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Look at my Feather Duster! It shed it's crown a few weeks ago, and it is growing a new one!
Very nice.
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Excellent! Glad he grew back. Mine lost it and I havent seen it since. :-(
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Very nice.
Thank you!
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Excellent! Glad he grew back. Mine lost it and I havent seen it since. :-(
Thanks! Sorry about your Feather Duster.
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No worries, live and learn I guess.

Any progress on your 125g?
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No worries, live and learn I guess.

Any progress on your 125g?
Not so far, I want to make progress though! I think I will be getting some stuff for Christmas, so that should help. Look for some updates on the 25th, lol. Thanks for your interest!!
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Old 12-23-2011, 06:57 PM   #294
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Look at my Xenia! It has grown well!
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Maybe it would have helped if I attached the picture, lol.
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Looks great! Just keep it away from other rocks or you will have a jungle of it sooner than later. LOL
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Haha, yep that is my goal, I am trying to keep it away but somebody keeps moving it closer to a rock, lol. Ehmmmmm Mr. Emerald or Turbo. Lol.
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Old 12-28-2011, 11:06 PM   #298
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Maybe time to frag
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Old 12-28-2011, 11:07 PM   #299
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Maybe time to frag
Haha, I was thinking that too, how would you recommend doing it?
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Cut it in a section where there is a "y" in the stalk. In other words, where two stalks meet. Then use a rubber band and attach it to a rock. Put some mesh over it and wait a week for it to attach in a low flow area. Take everything of the frag and there ya go!
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