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  1. #11

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    What did they give you
    Go ahead - try to count my Bumblebee Gobies!

    72 Gallon Bowfront
    Angel, Sharks, Tetras, Fire Eel
    30 Gallon
    African Butterfly, Violet Goby, Tetras, Danios
    30 Gallon
    Clown Loaches, Neons, BumbleBee Gobies, Tetras
    10 Gallon
    Baby Platies

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    Here's a link to the MSDS for the product!
    http://www.aristopet.com.au/Library/...Tri-Sulpha.pdf

    and here's the copy from their website:
    http://www.aristopet.com.au/Library/...pha%20INFO.pdf
    Currently: Spotted Blue-eyes, two species of Australian shrimp, Ornate Rainbowfish, Guppies, Corydoras, goldfish.

  3. #13

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    I hadn't seen that one before - looks like it would do the trick if you are lucky and its just the false NTD.

    Best of luck to you and your fish.
    Go ahead - try to count my Bumblebee Gobies!

    72 Gallon Bowfront
    Angel, Sharks, Tetras, Fire Eel
    30 Gallon
    African Butterfly, Violet Goby, Tetras, Danios
    30 Gallon
    Clown Loaches, Neons, BumbleBee Gobies, Tetras
    10 Gallon
    Baby Platies

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    0 Not allowed!
    Thanks for your support.

    I'd say that being in Australia, we get stuff aimed at Asia, whereas you get stuff aimed for the US & Europe.
    Currently: Spotted Blue-eyes, two species of Australian shrimp, Ornate Rainbowfish, Guppies, Corydoras, goldfish.

  5. #15

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    LOL - seems like everything we buy here is made in China though!
    Go ahead - try to count my Bumblebee Gobies!

    72 Gallon Bowfront
    Angel, Sharks, Tetras, Fire Eel
    30 Gallon
    African Butterfly, Violet Goby, Tetras, Danios
    30 Gallon
    Clown Loaches, Neons, BumbleBee Gobies, Tetras
    10 Gallon
    Baby Platies

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    My wife is from China, she is amazed at all the stuff here in Australia that is "Made in China", becuase she says back home they don't get to see or buy any of it.
    So, even if it's "Made in China", it is often better quality than what is available to Chinese citizens!
    Last edited by Nick_Pavlovski; 07-15-2007 at 12:18 PM.
    Currently: Spotted Blue-eyes, two species of Australian shrimp, Ornate Rainbowfish, Guppies, Corydoras, goldfish.

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    I lost 5 neons to NTD a few months ago. It started with the color fading and then the erratic swimming, followed by lock-jaw. Their mouths would get stuck in the open position, at that point they were all euthanised.

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    For me, it was seeing one swimming at a 45% angle and trying (but failing) to bump into stuff. He'd try to eat, but couldn't "connect" properly with the food. Then I noticed the colour fade.
    Currently: Spotted Blue-eyes, two species of Australian shrimp, Ornate Rainbowfish, Guppies, Corydoras, goldfish.

  9. #19

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    Good point on the false neon tetra disease, RobbieG. I think every time a neon dies it's contributed to NTD and I don't think it's all that common, really. All fish die from something or another and neon's are pretty tender little fish.

    The coloring fading also happens to all fish stressed out and ill but it is one of the factors to look for. NTD goes pretty much as you described with a decline in health, not an all at once death.

    Every now and then I see a tetra all faded out and I swear he's a goner. Two hours later he's all colored up again and swimming happily with the others. I don't know why they do that.

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    The remaining four tetras are alive, but not as active since their school has shrunk.
    I've noticed 3 of the 4 have some finrot/fungus...not too badly, though.
    Understandable with the stress of me removing their comrades.

    Tomorrow I give the tank a tiny water change and another dose of medicine, I hope that should clear everything up...
    Currently: Spotted Blue-eyes, two species of Australian shrimp, Ornate Rainbowfish, Guppies, Corydoras, goldfish.

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