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Moor

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  1. I'm sure it was ich before but I agree, I don't think it is now, Ill keep the salt in there for now
  2. Bump. It's been about 3 weeks since I started this thread and MOST of the spots are gone now. However one fish has around 5 spots left and the other 2. Upon looking at photos which I took while they were heavily infected those same spots were there meaning those spots have been on the fish for around 2 weeks?! Are those spots still ich? I DID have a fish before who hard spots like that and didn't have ich, is this the case?
  3. Update : Today is the first day the ich has visibly dissapeared, dont worry I'll continue the treatment but Dizzy sends you his thanks. Edit: Mind the poop
  4. Thanks Sent from my HTC One X using Tapatalk 4 Beta
  5. Aha thanks but I live down under.
  6. Ah my bad, Ill update the link silly me, excuse my idiodity Here it is http://www.ebay.com.au/itm/API-Aquarium-Master-Test-Kit-Freshwater-Fish-pH-Nitrite-Nitrate-Ammonia-/300752613677?pt=AU_Pet_Supplies&hash=item460640b12d&_uhb=1
  7. Hey guys, I've been looking for a Test Kit and came along this, http://www.amazon.com/Everyday-Feeder-Programmable-Automatic-Dispenser/dp/B001F2117I/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1373357381&sr=8-1&keywords=automatic+fish+feeder It was so cheap I wanted to check with you guys if it's got the full package, I'd hate to buy something (even this cheap) and be missing something. Thanks!
  8. Alright, thanks everyone Ill continue the treatment and keep you guys updated
  9. Will do , what temperature do you recommend I leave the tank at, have I been doing the right thing?
  10. Well I've been adding the right amount of salt over 24 hours, i then do a 50% water change and repeat, they seems to be getting better no more bottom sitting and dorsal fin is right up
  11. Well, Prime removes chlorines, chloramines, and heavy metal, neutralizes ammonia and nitrites; reduces nitrates; and uses 5 drops every 10L. Prime still comes out winning, based on this compassion. Disclaimer: I have nothing to do with Seachem. I just think this particular product is great, and cheap! Fair enough, ill be sure to try out prime when my bottle of biotec rubs out Sent from my HTC One X using Tapatalk 4 Beta
  12. You guys should check out Biotec's water conditioner, it neutralizes chlorine, chloramine, ammonia and heavy metals, NOT to mention it's SUPER concentrated (4 drops every 10 litres)
  13. Well one if the goodies was added about 3 weeks ago if that counts, ill get some pictures up ASAP It looks a lot different today, a lot more and a lot smaller but here it is. Not the best photo but hope it helps Sent from my HTC One X using Tapatalk 4 Beta
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