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Old 09/07/2019, 09:29 AM   #14
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Originally Posted by ThRoewer View Post
Usually just one 45 to 50 minute bath at the start of quarantine and then observation.

Against early stages of Brooklynella/Trichodina one or two baths followed by transfers are usually enough.

If I would suspect Amyloodinium or Uronema I would do transfers daily with a 45 to 50 minute bath before each transfer.
Interesting, thanks for the info. I'm always looking for new QT protocols to try out, so I might give yours a go. The challenge always is finding fish with active infections of velvet, brook, uronema, etc. to experiment on that aren't already too far gone.

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