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Old 02-02-2011, 02:12 PM   #21
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If you use Ick-Attack you can get rid of both at the same time. I was trying to tell you that the high heat will make the fungus worse.

He means a tank for your new fish to go into for 2-4 weeks, a quarantine tank.

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Thank you Darby for the information.

So I guess I need to buy a tank that will hold them for a few weeks? Does that tank also need to be cycled prior to adding the quarantine fish? Basically having two tanks.
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Yes with a quarantine tank you will need to maintain two tanks... I have a 30 gallon that is my main tank. I also have a 10 gallon running which I use to hold any new fish. I also use it as a hospital should any fish from my 30 gallon get sick.
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What if there's live plants in the tank I think I have the same problem and wanna fallow the same prosedure they are new plants also I add a bit of salt to my tank on water changes.
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