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  1. I can't stand to see him suffer, do you think there's any hope for recovery?
  2. Aquarium salt is special salt, I gather. It's not epsom or rock, kosher, sea or iodine table salt. Correct? Should I add the aquarium salt to the 54 g of water or put it in a bucket first with prime? Your help is much appreciated. Spooky was on metroplex until he stopped eating and started to look like he has swim bladder bouyency problems. On day four fasting he has more control than before. Has new sore on the kok and it looks like maybe anchor worm on picture below. This isn't looking good.
  3. Spooky was on metroplex until he stopped eating and started to look like he has swim bladder bouyency problems. On day four fasting he has more control than before. Has new sore on the kok and it looks like maybe anchor worm on picture below. This isn't looking good.
  4. pH 7.6 Nitrite 0 Nitrate 10pp Ammonia 0 Gh hard 150 KH high moderate 100 I gave my flowerhorn paracleanse via food instead of dosing the tank. 54g corner tank 81degree Lil Spooky is a FH - for the last year he would only eat shrimp anything else he would ignore. I made a slurry of shrimp defrosted in fridge, focus, paracleanse, vitamin drops, and a pinch of epsom salt. Fed once a day for four days on the fifth day he would take the food in munch on it for a min then spit it out. On the fifth day white stuff came out of his pink wound/sore like a zit, lots of them. What can you tell me about this situation? For the next two days lil spooky ate pellets, no problem! Now looks like worms are coming out again.
  5. Should I remove any filtration? I don't use carbon. I have a hob with prefilter sponge on intake, 3 foam bricks inside and a biowheel. A fluidized bed with K1 and an additional sponge filter...
  6. The flashing does continue...I added paracleanse to the food...
  7. Mostly, yes. Took him out after nitrites were too high.
  8. This tank just finished cycling, I don't want to mess with the bb. I just added pellets to the slurry and it absorbed it. Want to feed it to her, are you saying not to??
  9. Most of the slurry got into the water, I am sure there has got to be a trick to this... I used Repashy thinking it would gel up and be easy, not so much. Pellets are too hard for fishy so should I soak first to soften them up? Then we are back to the slurry, lil help....
  10. pH seems about 7.4 or 7.6 ammonia greater than zero less than 0.25ppm nitrite 0 nitrate more than 20ppm close to 40ppm
  11. Little Spooky is flashing and red gills too. Dorsal fin is twitching!! On hand I have ParaCleanse, Maracyn, and IckX. She is in a 54g should I move her to the 20g to medicate?
  12. I think the nitrate is around 80, therefore I should do water changes to reduce?
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