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Velvet treatment

Marie7

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Velvet needs a fish host in order to live so if you remove all of your fish from your main tank and let it go fallow (no fish) for 76 days the parasites will all die. You don’t have to treat your main tank or do anything with the sand or rocks

what about my Snail, corals and anemones? I assume i need to continue running the pump and filter as well as putting food to maintain the system?
 
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Thank you
I’m not sure if this is velvet but i want to dhare this, see what u think.
(Looks like it has a cover of something slimy All over the body that disfigure the apparence of the fish bit also looks like they got out of a sand storm)
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