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Possible uronema

Discussion in 'Fish' started by apex_seeking, Apr 25, 2022.

  1. apex_seeking

    apex_seeking Copepod

    I just got some chromis in qt late last week and they are currently in copper power at roughly 2.25.

    I noticed yesterday a small mark in one particular fish that I thought might be something to get concerned about but decided to just keep an eye on it.

    Today it’s larger. He’s eating and swimming fine, no odd behavior that I’ve witnessed.

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    I’m looking for suggestions on how to move forward with this particular fish, and the rest of the school.

    Sent from my iPhone using MASC - Marine Aquarium Society of Colorado
  2. Ambrosio Aquatics

    Ambrosio Aquatics Tuna Platinum Sponsor M.A.S.C Club Member

    what sg do you run in the qt tank? low salinity can help heal and kill off some parasite
  3. apex_seeking

    apex_seeking Copepod

    It’s currently at 1.025. Same as the DT.

    is uronema a parasite, though. I was under the impression it was a bacterial infection. Because copper doesn’t effect it as it does to parasites.

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