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Old 08-17-2018, 04:11 PM   #1
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Dermocystidium in Cardinal Tetras

Hi. I have what seems to be small white worms on my Cardinals and I am sure it is Dermocystidium: https://www.askjpc.org/wsco/wsc_show...ZtbEhON20zUT09 Picture is 100% like three of my tetras.

Have anybody here encountered this and treated it? LFS says eSHa gdex against skin flukes and gill flukes will be effective but i'm unsure. eSHa gdex¬ģ

Im pretty new so unsure how to even treat diseases
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