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PostPosted: Dec 2nd, '17, 22:40 
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No deaths for a couple of days now.
Saw one SP flash yesterday, but they otherwise seem healthy.

Just relocated all my little SP into my other tank with the bigger ones to make room for some barra. Hopefully the move didn't stress them too much.

The PP seems to have helped. Will leave the salt level high for another week or so, then slowly start to dilute back to around 1ppm.


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PostPosted: Dec 5th, '17, 17:05 
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That is the most distressing thing I have ever seen!!!

Umm, maybe you should be reported for cruelty. You wouldnt like to be left like that


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Sorry you have such a severe disease outbreak. I hope things are getting better for the fish now. I learned the hard way, now I ALWAYS quarantine new fish for a minimum of 10 days in 3-5 PPT salt and it has worked for me. They are much easier to quarantine in a separate tank when they are small, though you do need a biofilter that can keep up with the load.

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You will probably find that guy has been attacked and partially eaten by the other fish possibly after it died..

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