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Re: [APD] filters

I don't believe this is the place for commercial operators to be hawking their wares, especially fish stuff on a plant mail list. but it's not a meant as a sales venue for commercial operators. I think it's a bit cheeky of you to be doing this. Unless the contraption you're taling about was intended as a Rube Goldberg kind of joke, which was my first take.
But since you mentioned it. I've never had a problem with a diatom filter working on Ichthyophthirius multifiliis, nor with any of the other much less costly methods. In fact, it's generally the easiest of fish diseases to treat.

----- Original Message ----
From: scott stark <seasaveemail at msn_com>
To: aquatic-plants at actwin_com
Sent: Saturday, January 14, 2006 9:43:48 AM
Subject: [APD] filters

The problem with the diatom filter is that it only filters out the ick that has hatched or what ever gets sucked up by the filter it's self. Now I'm not too much of a salesman however in defense of our model is : there are no corners for anything to get stuck in as well as filtering out the cysts themselves.  If you do need to medicate for a secondary bacterial infection it's only five gals.  after using Formalin on my porky (Porkupine puffer) all his skin peeled off. Ick also can come with ick is they were in a tank for freshwater fish as well.
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