Emerald crabs

Discussion in 'Invertebrates' started by mono19, May 7, 2012.

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    little_fish Moderator

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    This normal for clowns, i wouldnt worry about it

    The white stringy poops are a sign of parasites, but as long as your fish are eating (a good sign they are healthy) they should be able to keep the parasite at a manageable level.
     
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    Will they ever be able to get rid of it completely? Or just manage it
     
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    they will just manage them, you can buy a deworming fish medication if you wish, but most fish do just fine with them.
     
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    I dont know but you really need to give this subject it's own thread
     
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