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Old 15-03-2005, 08:48 PM
Richard Sexton
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Elaine T wrote:
Richard Sexton wrote:
I was just cruising Untergasser and saw that Oodinium can grow inside a
fish's intestine. They only rely partly on photosynthesis so a blackout

But do they reproduce there? WOuldn't the get expelled and become
free-swimming (then die).

Good point. Have you gotten a full cure with a tank blackout only?
I've never had the misfortune of battling velvet at home (knock wood).
In store tanks were we used formalin/malachite since blackout wasn't
possible in the racks.

I may have tried it but I don't remember. It's too eaisly killed
to worry about really. I rememebr having to battle is 3 times
on about 30 years. Twice on killies - both
Nothobranchiuos (of course) and once now on bettas.
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