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Re: [Killietalk] Now Hydra- was Flubenol powder
I am skeptical that a full grown gourami is less dangerous to fry than
hydra, but I've never tried it before so perhaps I'm wrong. What sort
of fry have you tried this with and how large were they?
On 5/31/07, William Maier <dreammaker2623 at yahoo_com> wrote:
> I have good luck putting gouramis in a tank that has hydra. The moonlight gourami even gets rid of duck weed for me. Yes the gouramis might eat a few fry but then so will the hydra and you might not see the hydra.
> Charles & Sue Harrison <csharrison at inkmaker_net> wrote:
> If anyone wants some Hydra I have a supply of 2 species. a brown and a green
> Just incase someone really wants them. It is part of one of my presentations.
> I normally recommend the use of FlukeTabs to kill them. It works
> almost as good and fast as Flubendazole. Some people don't like the
> idea of adding a pesticide to their tanks so there is Flubendazole
> while others would rather tear large pieces of paper into smaller
> ones and scatter them around the fish room floor, works as well as a
> battery and copper wires
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