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hammez hammez
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  • Posted on: 24/2/2004 22:35
Re: Siamese fighter in a bowl #1
thanks loads, i put him back in the tank anyway, the temp dropped quickly, so i thought it wouldnt be fair on him. Im gonna start dosing tommorrow, i previously used 1ml or one drop over as my tank is 18.75 litres odd number i know.

I hope its safe, cos my whole tank was wiped out before, i think i overstocked, 5 guppies, 1 redtail shark, 4 tetras and for a little while a blue gourami.Im jus stickin to 3 now, ghostie, betta and red finned shark. I hope it wasnt the myxazin that killed the others.


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  • Posted on: 24/2/2004 20:49
Re: Fluval Filter ate my Guppy #2
i to kept guppies when i first got my tank, all 6 died within a month, it was nothing to do with the nitrites or ammonia, as i visited my LFS for some fin rot treatment and told him that it was for my guppies, he was very concerened and told me that, shops shouldnt really be selling guppies, as all the new batches being imported have been bred intensively to gain the big tails, due to this process they have weak immune systems and die very easily. The best guppies to buy are the british bred guppies, but are less common.


hammez hammez
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  • Posted on: 24/2/2004 20:42
Siamese fighter in a bowl #3
hello, i have got a siamese that has developed fin rot, ive started using myxazin, but after quarintining him into a bowl, it is really hard as the temperature in my house is only around 19/20 degrees, ive been using a small fanheater to keep my room warm, but it isnt very practical. I thought i could just use myxazin in my aquarium, but i have a black ghost knife, it is supposed to be sensitive to medication, ive asked around but no one really knows. Can any one help me my betta cant stay in the bowl, and i cant skip skool to make sure the rooms warm. I have a small 19 litre nursery tank at the moment, any help please.