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Re: Skinny Notho females



Robert,
Where did you find that dosage? I used a small amount, about 1/8th teaspoon
flubendazole 5%, diluted first in a cup of same tank water to
kill hydra in a ten gallon tank. That tank also happened to be housing a
female N. guentheri with wasting disease. In less than eight hours, the
hydra were all gone and in about the same amount of time, the notho began
eating again. I am only assuming it was the flubendazole, but something got
her up and running after at least a week of listlessness and failure to eat.
Patrick
patrickjcolemanis at attbi_com
http://www.nuurth.net
541-926-1672
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NWK 29
coor: Fp. gardneri "N'Sukka" Group
----- Original Message -----
From: <RuevenM at aol_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Saturday, July 27, 2002 12:10 AM
Subject: Skinny Notho females


> Hi All,
>
>         Is the flubendazole 5% dose for "wasting" disease the same as I
use
> for hydra -- 1/2 tsp per 30 gallons?
>
> Robert
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