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Re: Fish Disease
I also obtained some of the long-finned white clouds. I bought two pairs
and lost one female to an unknown cause. I have not had any trouble with my
remaining 3. I keep them in an unheated tank in a room that is about 64-66
degrees in water that is probably 90% RO, so is very soft, pH about 6.6. I
feed them frozen brine shrimp, live blackworms and various flake foods.
They have always eaten fine. Don't know about your disease though, so can
only advise on what's working for me.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Marvin Scotton"
> > I obtained six long finned White clouds from my local fish store with
> > hopes of breeding them. So far I have had two die of some disease. They
> > stop eating. The body becomes slightly discolored and they die. I am
> > thinking neon tetra disease. Does anyone know of a treatment? I have put
> > in some salt. I have a few baby killies in with the white clouds. How
> > susceptible are killlies to diseases like this? Any advice would be
> > appreciated.
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