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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2018 9:04 pm Post subject: white spots in angel fish(cement tank 2000 ltrs) Reply with quote

 I  am  losing  my  angelfishes  in  cement  tank,  I  can  able  to  see  white  spots  in  body,  any  solution  please  help
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PostPosted: Mon Mar 19, 2018 10:38 pm Post subject: Re: white spots in angel fish(cement tank 2000 ltrs) Reply with quote

                                                   
alextvino  wrote  (View  Post):                
I  am  losing  my  angelfishes  in  cement  tank,  I  can  able  to  see  white  spots  in  body,  any  solution  please  help                

 How  many  angelfish?  How  far  is  the  tank  filter  established?  How  big  is  the  filter?  What  is  the  frequency  of  water  change?  Is  the  cement  tank  new?  Then  it  will  be  leaching  chemicals  to  the  water.  Angelfish  thrives  in  acidic  water  of  the  amazon,  a  cement  tank  with  leaching  chemicals  is  usually  alkaline.
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 20, 2018 10:43 am Post subject: Re: white spots in angel fish(cement tank 2000 ltrs) Reply with quote

 had  a  bunch  of  23  zebra  and  koi  angels  already  last  19  only  4  left,
 other  tank  mates  are   neon  tetras  (Cool  and  siamese  algae  eaters(3),baloon  moli  (16).all  these  are  doing  good  ,
 tank  is  1  year  old,as  for  now  no  filter  planning  to  install  one(DIY)  ,water  change  weekly  once  50  %
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 20, 2018 9:51 pm Post subject: Re: white spots in angel fish(cement tank 2000 ltrs) Reply with quote

 Is  the  tank  indoor,  or  outdoor?  Most  probably  it  is  outdoor,  since  it  is  2000L.  Have  you  introduced  any  new  fish  recently?  Are  all  the  fishes  affected,  or  only  the  angelfishes?  White  spot  or  Itch  usually  comes  from  external  sources.  Once  inside  the  tank  you  have  to  wait  for  them  to  enter  dormant  stage  where  the  protozoan  falls  from  the  fish  skin  to  the  aquarium  floor,  then  vacuum  as  much  as  possible.
 
 My  solution,  remove  the  diseased  fishes  to  a  smaller  bare  bottom  hospital  tank,  and  do  20%  WC  every  alternate  days  with  declorinated  water,  and  use  some  methylene  blue.  Raise  the  temperature,  it  will  speed  up  the  protozoan  life  cycle.  clean  the  aquarium  floor  everyday.  Do  this,  and  hopefully,  your  fishes  will  be  OK  in  a  week!   Thumb Up
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