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Old 12-22-2013, 09:34 PM   #1
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Fish TB

I'm 98% positive my 28 gallon has TB. I've been keeping them separate, using equipment specific to that tank and wearing gloves when I clean.

I'm pretty sure I know the answer to this question but wanted to check. The tank that has TB also has the best growing plants. Is it possible to move plants from the TB tank to another tank or is that too risky?

Also my Cories in the TB tank laid eggs. I got the eggs out and have 4 Cories from that spawn but do I assume they are healthy?

I know I should euthanize the whole tank but they are my Threadfins and my favorite so I have left them alone for now.

Thanks!
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If your certain it's TB then euthanize everyone , toss the plants, and bleach the daylights out of the tank and let dry for your sake and the fish.
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