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poorly pleco

Discussion in 'General Freshwater' started by roefuspleco, Mar 14, 2012.

  1. roefuspleco

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    hey all , need help my friend has a poorly pleco ???? plzzzzzzzzzz help .... many thanks
     
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    I would love to help but what is a poorly pleco?
     
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    Hi there,

    Do you mean a plecostomus? What kind? How big of a tank? We need more info...


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    I would do a water change. Water changes fix everything.


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    yes i do .. ive got a 6ft tank , and hes a brown spotted hi-fin pleco , his underneth has sunk in , hes not swimin rite and hes got 2 sores ?????
     
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    ive just posted wats wrong ... any suggestion welcome
     
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    What are your water parameters, how often do you do water changes? What are the tank mates?


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    6 ft is a 125? sunken belly and sores almost sounds parasitic?
     
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    can i post pics on here maybe that would b easer ????
     

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