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Worms/ Flukes !


hassan.zidan

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Posting a photos for my fish to know ! Experts note : my fish flashing from Flukes or Worms parasites . I'm confused! if you advising me , should i have to treat my fish from parasite or they are healthy ?

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You'd use the same stuff that you were recommended to treat your fry with to treat the adults. It's always important to treat for parasites at least once a year, or up to 3 times per year.

 

By the way, that little white one is a male. All of those breeding stars he has are just stunning!

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we are unable to see external parasites such as flukes without a microscope... most of the time, we cannot see internal parasites like worms or other parasites without a microscope. so, if there is no microscope examination, we can only advise you to treat for the symptoms that your fish present.

 

if your fish are flashing/darting, then that is a symptom commonly displayed by fish which are affected by flukes.

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You'd use the same stuff that you were recommended to treat your fry with to treat the adults. It's always important to treat for parasites at least once a year, or up to 3 times per year.

By the way, that little white one is a male. All of those breeding stars he has are just stunning!

Oky next week i will do first round medication for them .

Thanks [emoji5]️ After medication i will use the white male with wild female in breeding just to know what my offspring will looks like .

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we are unable to see external parasites such as flukes without a microscope....

if your fish are flashing/darting, then that is a symptom commonly displayed by fish which are affected by flukes.

Helen, I don't know (How-to/sop's) using microscope even its not cheap in our local shop.

My plan to get Monocular Bresser asap. But i will do a preventive medication .

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