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Re: [Killietalk] Sudden death or resurrection?
Sounds like brown blood disease, nitrate poisoning. Symptoms the same,
treatment the same, resolutes the same.
>From: Joseph Scanlan <drkillinut at mac_com>
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>Subject: [Killietalk] Sudden death or resurrection?
>Date: Sat, 14 Jul 2007 17:10:14 -0500
>Recently I have had 3 different species of fish appear to be dead.
>They are usually seen floating on the bottom of the tank upside
>down. The usual attempt to resuscitate the fish does nothing. In
>one case I could see almost unperceptible movements of the gill
>plates. Placement of the fish in extremely salty water results in a
>miraculous revival to complete health within a matter of a few
>hours. It appears as if the fish suddenly goes into a coma relieved
>by salt. What's happening. This has occurred in different tanks and
>with different species of fish. All the other fish in the same tank
>appear perfectly healthy.
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