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Using Cupramine to treat cryptocaryon irritans

Posted 03/16/2014 at 12:13 PM by snorvich
Updated 03/18/2014 at 06:34 PM by snorvich

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Originally Posted by snorvich View Post
For cupramine, the instructions may be a bit fuzzy. Generally folks here feel that the 0.5mg/l dose they recommend is too high and too aggressive. Try dosing at 0.35-0.40 and keep it there for the 4 week period. Also ramp up the dose slowly over 5-7 days to give the fish time to acclimate better.

Cupramine Dosing Formula / Calculator

(.381) * (strength of dose) * (gallons being treated) = mL of Cupramine to dose

Example: (.381) * (.5mg/L) * (10.5 gallons) = 2mL of Cupramine to dose

It is advised by Cupramine that you bring up the levels slowly & not dose all at once.

I think this formula takes some of the guess work out of trying to figure out how much to dose. Especially when using a syringe.

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