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mitch91175

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If velvet killed those fish in the pictures, then it is the nicest strain of velvet that I have seen. I do not see hardly any signs ich or velvet. Not a fish expert either.

I do notice that every fish has a red-ish color tint to them. Could be post-mortem, but wondering if potentially ammonia burn?
 
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I know when I had my velvet outbreak a few years ago it affected all my fish the same even though they had been in system for over 2 years. Most of them survived but same symptoms as you'd expect from velvet.
It's my regret not able to identify velvet. Confuse with other symptoms.

Thanks for saying.
 
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I know when I had my velvet outbreak a few years ago it affected all my fish the same even though they had been in system for over 2 years. Most of them survived but same symptoms as you'd expect from velvet.
Thanks.

My experience with ammonia is the fish looks anxious and really trying to breath. And i did test for ammonia with salifert and result was <0.15.
 
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And i take this fallow time to fight off nuisance algae. Hopefully by the time, tank will be nice again for new inhabitants.
 

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