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Old 07-01-2014
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What ever this is, its pretty bad stuff I hope no one else gets this.....
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Russ what are you thinking?? Im sorry to hear the news..
Metro has never worked for me, IMO its just a waste of money, I can't afford to keep buying Trophs at this rate..
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Lost another one today.......
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Another one gone this morning........
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Another one at lunch today with stringy white poop.....
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None of these fish are bloated once they die, they just stand off and dont feed then pass white poop then die.....
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So sorry that you are going through this, know how you feel. Yes, mine too, never bloated. Was actually waiting for this to happen to confirm bloat diagnosis.
Wish you lick,
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I 90% dont feel this is our fish keeping causing this..... Sucks any of us are having to deal with this and that it wasnt nipped in the bud sooner. Lesson learned i guess.
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When I purchased my tropheus Malasa they all showed up lively and for being in a box they looked really nice.... First thing first I put the fish in the tank kept the lights of for 24 hours to acclimate to the tank, after this I turned on the lights and fed I noticed all but my male and a female were eating (1m6f group) I was extremely nervous. Treated entire tank with metro after I cleaned 30% water and put in about 25% extra as it says it's hard to overdose using seachem metro... Anyways I didn't feed anyone the next day after metro kept lights off again with ambient light from the window repeated for 2 days then tryed to feed and all fish were eating and happy.. (This was my first time saving a tropheus from certain death)
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I moved 20 Trophs into my 30 gallon tank and treated with Tetracycline from API this is day three and when i put them into the tank two of the fish were ready to die they all seem much happier and swimming around etc. With the help of some of you I have disinfected my entire 135 gallon tank yesterday and today will continue and finish up tomorrow. I did this to all my nets, hoses, anything that touches the water was cleaned with bleach for 45 mins! I tossed my substrate and plan on just using a bare bottom tank for while until things get better! Fingers crossed I nipped this problem on my end in the bud!! I will keep everyone updated! CD
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very happy to hear that your fish are recovering…good job and continue to update on your tricks from the start and hopefully some of us here can learn from it.
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