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    Ich i hope its not velvet

    Discussion in 'Disease / Injuries / Species / ID' started by Mushutherhinoscorpion, Sep 13, 2017 at 8:54 AM.

    1. Mushutherhinoscorpion

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      Hi ....my lionfish and rhino scorpionfish have ich they are in a 55gallon with a moray eel and 2 Domino damsel fish i have live rock and soft corals..i just set up a 250gallon tank a week ago i real dont want to use meds so i was think should i wait for the ich to go through the cycle when they drop off movie the fish to the 250gallon? And dose freshwater dip work or not i read it dont and some say it works! Please any help is really appreciated. ....thank you
       
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      It's a hit or miss, some fishes will fight off the ich on it own immune system, Lionfish do shed their skin often and usually that will help them to fight of parasites, moray has thick toxic muscus and often won't be effect by external parasites either. Saltwater ich can lay domain on the fish host for months so it's not a good idea to move them to your 250G, best is treat your 55G like a hospital tank until ich cleared out.
       
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