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Sewellia IDs

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    kim m
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    @torso said:

    Mikev said
    “not really… the author is mistaken that this condition is always a bacterial disease, and also that it is always minocycline-treatable. But no argument that this is a bad sign.”
    I agree, Mikev. That’s why in import-stations there is always a diagnosis first.
    @ Kim
    As for the situation in EU:
    http://www.manaus-aquarium.com/trichosal.php
    is a good choice. Available in EU. Best stuff on the market at the moment. As for all fish with completely/partly lacking scales: tight controlling of the effects.
    Cheers Charles

    @torso said:

    Mikev said
    “not really… the author is mistaken that this condition is always a bacterial disease, and also that it is always minocycline-treatable. But no argument that this is a bad sign.”
    I agree, Mikev. That’s why in import-stations there is always a diagnosis first.
    @ Kim
    As for the situation in EU:
    http://www.manaus-aquarium.com/trichosal.php
    is a good choice. Available in EU. Best stuff on the market at the moment. As for all fish with completely/partly lacking scales: tight controlling of the effects.
    Cheers Charles

    Thanks for the link Charles!

    I am really glad you are helping me with this IDing and so on. Venturing into a relatively new branch of aquaristics is always easier with some knowledge available!

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