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Thread: Sick Oscar

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    Hi,I wanted to ask for help this oscar. about 10 days ago ive noticed a whitish patch starting to spread on the tips of his fins. a few days kater a signicant part of the eaten away and then ive quaranteen him and started treatment with kanaplex. He is not eating and the "eating" has reached his body in some places. The water parametres are 0,0,10 and he was in a 250 L tank with a pleco and a feather fish. Any ideas on what is this and how to treat it? thank you



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    probably gram negative bacterial infection. Keep the temp of the water around 76f, and add about 1 teaspoon of salt per gallon to prevent it from spreading. Treat with kanamycin sulfate.

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