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Corydoras acting weird

Discussion in 'General Freshwater' started by Taylor Price, Dec 27, 2018.

  1. the loach

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    If you remove all fish out of the main tank for at least 60 hours there is no need to treat it with anything.
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    What if it's 59.5 hours? Kidding..

    I understand that certain phases of the ich parasite need a host fairly quickly, but I was not aware of any stage of it that will die off completely in under 3 days of no host.
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