Marnol D Posted October 1, 2020 Share Posted October 1, 2020 (edited) (thought I posted this in diseases and posted it in general by mistake) Hello, First lets start with parameters 0 ammonia 0 nitrite ~20ppm+ nitrate 7.8 ph 75F temp Additives: Easy Green liquid fert, easy carbon, equilibrium, catappa leave, Background: A few of my guppies looked to be wasting away and were colorless (after a bacteria bloom my cycle crashed )so I begin to try and figure out what the issue was. At first I suspect it was nitrite poisoning so I dosed seachem prime and water changed till I read 0. I started adding equilibrium /baking soda, catappa leaves, and salt to see if that would help them. (fun fact it did and their colors seemed to really pop and the healthy ones looked healthier even). Then I also noticed (on one of the guppies that looked the worst )what I believe is Camallanus (reddish works) at the backend of the guppies. Problem: After doing what I did in the background the guppies started looking healthier and acting better but I dont know how to treat for the Camallanus. What can I order or go out and buy? All I have on hand is salt (aquarium and Epsom) Edited October 1, 2020 by Marnol D Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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