NANFA-- tiny white spots
Thu, 1 Jul 2004 19:07:05 EDT

hi all...
i know zero about medicating fish. all attempts have been futile. but i wanna
try again.

i have several fish in a 29 gallon eclipse tank ( recently caught about 2
months ago ). there is a lot of driftwood and java fern in it... so i cant get
out the infected fish easily nor add salt because of the plants.

in the tank are a couple gilt darters and a small logperch, a really cool
mirror shiner and 2 TN shiners. the TN shiners stay-in-the top of the water
just today the 2 TN shiners have tiny white spots on their fins and bodies,
they even look like they have increased in quanity during the day. i think this
is called ick and from my experience they only have a few more days to live.

what can i do within the limits i described? i would have to treat the entire


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