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Thread: Fuzzy eggs

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    I have a new problem . Half of my eggs turned white and fuzzy 2 days in. What should I do?? Or should have done ? Add some sort of anti fungal med but which one and I looked for methelyne blue I couldn't find it at store..

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    Jungle labs makes a product that prevents egg fungus. This should be available at most pet stores. A good practice is to remove all dead eggs as soon as possible to prevent the spread of fungus. A gently bubbling airstone is also advised
    Last edited by Aeonflame; 07-11-2012 at 03:00 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hoss
    I have a new problem . Half of my eggs turned white and fuzzy 2 days in. What should I do?? Or should have done ? Add some sort of anti fungal med but which one and I looked for methelyne blue I couldn't find it at store..
    If the eggs are too spread out and/or the parents are not fanning them well, set a bubble wand near (not under) the eggs to help water circulate over them. Meth Blue is a stand by that I keep on hand - it has been used longer than I have been around (a long time) and works without issues that I am aware; try and get some (I hear larger bottles can be bought.) Other meds may work but they are not well tested by users (and then they may be good or cause problems, only time will tell.)

    Do remove bad eggs where possible.

    Best of luck with the rest of the eggs!

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    Methylene Blue is the traditional anti fungal for fish eggs hatching tanks.
    Any dealer that sells Kordon products can order it for you if they don't already stock it. The dry powder form is available from Angels Plus.

    About a third of the way down this page
    http://www.angelsplus.com/SuppliesBreeding.htm

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