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Old 06-27-2016
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Today everyone is eating metro flakes and no one is sick day 5 of metro every 8 hrs 50% water change daily. I lost two trewavasea one Saturday one Sunday am I got one in a hospital tank he looks 20% fingers crossed! Greg called last night and went over ton of stuff fingers crossed!
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Old 06-28-2016
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Mudduck, sorry to hear about those trew losses. I know this is stressful as heck! Just take comfort in knowing you are taking all the right steps. I just went through the same thing with my WC red rainbows when I added them. Lost three. Looking back, I honestly just think they couldnt adjust to my tank and all the metro/kanaplex, salt etc I used ended up being just precautionary measures for the rest of the group.
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Mudduck, sorry to hear about those trew losses. I know this is stressful as heck! Just take comfort in knowing you are taking all the right steps. I just went through the same thing with my WC red rainbows when I added them. Lost three. Looking back, I honestly just think they couldnt adjust to my tank and all the metro/kanaplex, salt etc I used ended up being just precautionary measures for the rest of the group.
Seems like FO are best to themselves in their own tank? Were the rest ( in your tank) F0?
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JkdJedi, I sold all of my F1 fish the week before. Just 32 WC went i to the tank. I had a pair of eretmodus in there that i took out after adding the colony.Tank was established for about a year and half.
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