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  1. yeh mine had black sores on him, but they went away, this was about a month ago, they lasted 1-2 weeks but went by themselves, im not sure but seemingly there is a parasite that causes this that finds it difficult to complete its life cycle in aquariums, however if you have added any new fish or snails containing the parasite it can last a while. from what i found it isnt an issue unless they grow on the eyes. it might not be this but thats what i think i had and it looks pretty similar. hope it turns out ok
  2. i had this with one of my angels, or something very similar, my temp is at 30degrees. I dont know if it is the same, but i just ignored it and did 5 water changes that week instead of 3 and they went away after a week. They are in with discus so i guess i was taking a bit of a risk
  3. I believe marine boutique sells jellyfish maybe have a look at their site http://www.marineboutique.com.au/content/view/288/174/
  4. Yeh, i had some a while ago, thinking about getting some for my 170 liter refugium. They were pretty cool, had them with mandarins and pipefish.
  5. what size were the discus? that sounds like a pretty good deal
  6. im pretty sure angelfish will eat dwarf shrimp species, and as for bottom feeders it depends. most loaches will but cory catfish wont. if you give a list of your bottom feeders it would be easier to say
  7. Yeh thanks [MENTION=8516]none[/MENTION] i will keep an eye on it. Black spot doesnt seem too bad, it says it very rarely kills and should die by itself. I think it would be impossible to remove every snail in my tank though. If it gets any worse i will look at medication, but for the moment its only about 4 small spots. thanks for the help none
  8. Yeh thanks [MENTION=8516]none[/MENTION] i will keep an eye on it. Black spot doesnt seem too bad, it says it very rarely kills and should die by itself. I think it would be impossible to remove every snail in my tank though. If it gets any worse i will look at medication, but for the moment its only about 4 small spots. thanks for the help none
  9. [MENTION=8516]none[/MENTION] but if it is black spot it cant reproduce in the tank right? so it should sort its self out? can it spread to other fish aswell? i just have some riffle shrimp in the tank and i dont want to kill them with medication
  10. Yeh @Donny@ageofaquariums i thought it looked a bit cancerous. @none i would say over 2-3 weeks they have become noticeable. I just have about $800 worth of fish in the tank with it so i dont want to take too many chances. @TheAquaHolic001 yeh i looked at black spot, but it is a larval stage of a parasite and seemingly needs birds to complete its life cycle so i dont think inside aquarium fish can get it, correct me if im wrong though. thanks for the help
  11. Hi, I have an angelfish in a planted community tank, and it appears to have grown raised black bumps all over its body. He is active and eating, its just that they seemed to have only grown recently. Any ideas on what they are? Should i medicate? thanks sorry for bad picture quality any help is appreciated, thanks
  12. I would just leave the eggs and see what happens, what other fish are in with them?
  13. [MENTION=15973]GotCrabs[/MENTION] what fish or shimp are you thinking of adding?
  14. riffle shrimp are australian native, pretty sturdy and dont get eaten by smaller or medium fish. they are very unique and one of my favorites.
  15. @Thomo75 nice, is that a super eruption? also joller it kind of has a purple shade to it, but i think the lights kind of bring it out more.
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