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Originally Posted by Ogre44 View Post
The aggressive behaviour of that one fish is almost certainly to have been caused by stress from, again, something. Obviously, this fish aggression added more stress to the others.
The salt likely contributed after the initial issue. A stressed/weakened fish is going to be more unlikely to deal with additional stress, so this just compounds. I know many still advocate using salt; I obviously do not. One has to recognize the possible side effects of any treatment, and for me salt has way too many especially for soft water fish.
Byron Hosking, BMus, MA
Vancouver, BC, Canada
The aquarist is one who must learn the ways of the biologist, the chemist, and the veterinarian. [unknown source]
Something we all need to remember: The fish you've acquired was quite happy not being owned by you, minding its own business. If you’re going to take it under your wing then you’re responsible for it. Every aspect of its life is under your control, from water quality and temperature to swimming space. [Nathan Hill in PFK]
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