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Old 04-13-2014, 06:08 AM   #1
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Welps camallanus worms.....

I hate my Petco......they had a sale on neons 5 for 5 so I got 5 a couple months back and well... one of them has camallus showing >< any good ways of getting rid of it?
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Only one is showing signs of it btw has a red worm poking out of his area aand everyone else is nice and healthy they all eat fine and etc
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I hate my Petco......they had a sale on neons 5 for 5 so I got 5 a couple months back and well... one of them has camallus showing >< any good ways of getting rid of it?

I would suggest prazi or levamisole. But that is where the importance of QT ing new fish comes in. It's a 50/50 chance that the others will or won't get them at this point and you're going to need to set up an excellent WC schedule to minimize any recurring problems.
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I hear ya I do have a seperate 10g for and I did qt but not for the right things it seems =\ and I just ordered some penacur which is prazi as for WC I do 30% weekly my parameters are pH 7.8 amm 0 nitrites 0 and nitrates >10 I've got a 40g with 7 Julii Cory, 9 neon tetras, 3 gbr, 4 oto and 4 amano shrimp
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