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PostPosted: Thu Nov 08, 2012 6:19 pm Post subject: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 What  is  this  fungus  like  thing  on  my  angel?
 It  has  fine  strands.  The  mate  has  ich  like  white  spots.
 
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 2:54 pm Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 Update  :  The  angel  died  inspite  of  salt  treatment.  His  mate  also  developed  similar  fungus  like  growth  on  mouth  and  succumbed.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 4:10 pm Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 the  angel  has  fungus  and  fin  rot.it  may  be  because  of  poor  water  quality.use  malachite  green  or  methylene  blue  for  fungus.fin  rot  can  be  because  of  fungus  or  bacteria.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 10:03 pm Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 Was  using  a  canister  filter  of  1400  litres/hour  for  my  60  gallon  planted  tank.  Doing  50%  water  changes  weekly.  How  else  to  improve  water  quality.
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PostPosted: Wed Nov 14, 2012 10:18 pm Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 Check  your  tank  and  filter  for  dead  fish  first.  And  always  quarantine  new  fish  or  snails  before  introducing  them  in  your  tank.
 
 Please  update  if  you  find  any  dead  fish  hidden.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 12:19 am Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 I  have  never  seen  anything  like  this....  Will  follow  this  thread  to  see  if  anyone  has  a  cure
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 15, 2012 11:08 am Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 It  is  Fin  Rot  and  Fungus.........Change  water  and  increase  temperature......add  Rid  All  with  salt  ,  your  angel  MAY  get  a  new  life.......
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 16, 2012 10:23 pm Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 deepakg  :  No  dead  fish  inside  canister  filter.  But  there  was  decaying  plant  matter  which  I  have  removed.   How  long  quarantine  is  needed  for  fish  and  plants?
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2012 1:03 am Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 Quarantine  the  new  snail  and  fish  for  a  week.   And  watch  him  for  anything  unusual.
 for  plants  use  pp  dip  for  fifteen  minutes  is  good  I  think.
 for  quarantine  use  rock  salt  and  constant  temp.  Some  people  use  antibiotics.  Feed  them  good  while  this  period  and  sypho  extra  food  after  tem  minutes  max.
 watch  for  any  unsual  colour,  swimming  patterns  ,  appetite  and  vigour.  Bb  tanks  are  good  for  this  porpose.
 
 One  more  question
 what  all  fish  and  snails  you  had  with  the  angel.  What  fish  did  you  introduced  in  the  tank?
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2012 12:24 pm Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 deepakg  :  What  are  Bb  tanks?  
 Mine  is  one  month  old  60  gallon  planted  tank  with  8  neons,  4  serpae,  8  zebra  danios,  2  angels,  4  mollies,  2  rams,  2  peacock  eels,  2  halfbeaks,  1  golden  algae  eater,  1  zebra  nerite,  2  apple  snails.  
 All  the  livestock  are  doing  well.
 1400Lit/H  canister  filter,  feeding  twice  a  day,  water  change  50%  once  a  week.
 No  heater.
 Think  it  is  over  populated?  
 Or  could  it  be  cos  of  my  tank  being  not  cycled  properly?
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2012 3:40 pm Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 Bb  is  bare  bottom  tank.  So  the  salt  and  anibiotics  wont  effect  the  plants.   Yes  it  over  popululated.  
 For.  Now  you  can  change  50  perc  twice  a  week.   And  take  out  effected  once  to  a  bb  tank.
 Pp  is  Potassium  permanganate.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2012 6:15 pm Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 deepakg  :  Thanks  for  the  advice.  Will  follow  it.  Planning  to  get  another  tank  and  reduce  the  bioload.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 17, 2012 6:44 pm Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 Never  overload  the  livestock,  cycle  your  tank  properly,  do  not  buy  from  LFS  having  sick  or  dying  fishes  in  their  tanks  and  avoid  buying  fishes  during  winter.
 
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 My  60  g  which  had  the  diseased  angels  is  doing  pretty  good.  This  is  about  my  6  g  nano  tank.
 My  nano  has  4  black  molies,  2  galaxy  rasboras  and  snails  in  it.  Feeding  them  once   a  day  only.  No  left  over  food.  Due  to  severe  algae  issues,  I  do  30%  water  changes  every  3  days.  There  is  a  small  internal  filter  running  24x7.      
 Unfortunately  I  used  the  same  gravel  cleaner  for  this  tank  too.
 One  of  the  molly  has  developed  fungus  on  top  of  its  head  which  look  like  fine  white  strands.  It  started  as  a  white  patch  and  over  one  day  developed  into  this.
 
 
 The  Small  insects  that  fall  into  the  tank  are  covered  with  similar  fungus  like  strands.  I  have  since  done  100%  water  change,  cleaned  the  filter  and  quarantined  the  molly.  Can  I  treat  the  other  fish  with  Salt  and  Methylene  blue?  Any  other  way  out?
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PostPosted: Tue Nov 20, 2012 12:34 am Post subject: Re: Angel fungus? Reply with quote

 Thats  like  a  hell..  how  the  hell!!!!!
 You  seriusly  need  to  clean  up  everithing.  
 First  quarantine  all  fish  into  buckets  with  a  heater  with  28  to  30  degrees  of  temp.  Add  fist  full  of  rock  salt  and  blue  liquid.  Make  the  water  blue..Treat  them  for  atleast  a  week  or  two.  Daily  50  per  wc  add  salt  and  bue  liquid.
 takeout  all  the  plants  dip  them  in  pp  for  half  an  hour.  
 Empty  the  water  from  your  tank  and  sun  dry  the  substrate  then  bake  it  in  oven  ...
 then  restart  your  tank  again.  This  time  no  over  feeding  and  no  extra  bioload.
 
 I  dont  see  any  other  way..  this  is  terrible..
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