Discussion in 'Diseases' started by miataliker, Sep 28, 2009.
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i think he means fish or dead fish or whatever the source of the ammonia
ay im just doing my research. Dont read the thread if your just gonna come say that. Sometimes local store peoples dont know stuff either. I brought up some questions and asked them about it and they couldnt even answer me. I mean, Im not trying to say its bad. Its just sometimes people there dont know all the stuff about saltwater fishes either.
dude im just trying to help
very true lfs ppl dont always no calm dwn we going help you out whats ur questions did u test ur water
No i wasnt talking to you. Hahah! I was talking to that tteck guy or girl
also does your clown have white spots on it that means it has ick and you need to set up a quarantine tank and does it with medice. i am not the best person for it because luckily the only time i had to deal with it it was on my clown and he got better on his own, but i would also look into clown diseases and im sure a lot of people still know more than me. i still consider myself a newbie and ive had a reef tank for over two years
lol that made me sad i was like what did i do
so what all is in the tank ?when ur nems died did u do a water change ? do u regularly clean ur tank?
The buffer you are talking about is only useful if you have a test kit. You need to know where your levels are before using any sort of supplement. It sounds like an alkalinity supplement, but I'm not sure.
To get to the point, in order to help your clownfish, we NEED to know your levels, at least nitrate, nitrite, ammonia and ph. Also, what size tank do you have? What type of filtration? How much live rock? Sump? Refugium? Anything else? Do you dose anything?
There's only so much we can do without more info.
wow!! thats a pretty long time drew3. But its alright. Im a newbie at this too. Salt water fishes are really hard to cure for.
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