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Old 03-01-2014, 10:15 PM   #1
 
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Fungal on ADF?

There's what looks like a fuzz ball on my african dwarf frog's chin! I think it's a fungus infection, and I just moved both my frogs to a new 5 gallon habitat (she had it when I moved her, and that's when I noticed)

how do I go about this? I read somewhere to put hydrogen peroxide on the spot daily... Elites to 75% concentration! it said it should work if it's caught early, considering she only has one I thought it would work but it doesn't seem to be and I think I'm stressing her out by catching her everyday! putting her in a cut! and just making her take her head out and applying a q tip to it! then she goes right back into water so it comes off I bet... Should I keep doing this? It's been maybe 4 days? Can my other frog get it?
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Old 03-02-2014, 07:56 PM   #2
 
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Well that didn't seem to be working... So the petstore person didn't seem to know what she was talking about.. But I ended up getting pimafix, is it safe? Will it work? They said if it didn't I could take it back, I hope it will... It was petsmart though, and I didn't see any methalene blue but I didn't check too hard either.
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