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Originally Posted by fishyinpa View Post
I agree with what Byron has said, "sometimes the best treatment is no treatment". Maintaining water quality (through water changes) and keeping a close eye on your water parameters is usually the best course of action, especially when one is unsure of what's causing the symptoms/problems.
If you don't stand up for something you'll fall for anything...
haha thanks Aunt Kymmie. I guess so!! I dont see any panda with tail up so far. But cant see anyone in the back of the tank. All will come out sooner or later...if I sit long enough in front of the tank I may see them all...
3 gallon male betta
10 gallon male betta
12 gallon QT
1 Pl*co, Brochis Splenden,False Julii Cory,Pygmy Corys,Female Betta,Harlequin Rasbora,Tetras
55 gallon Possible Barb tank?!
All my past fishies
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