Learn How To Detect And Eradicate Saltwater Ich In Your Aquarium
Saltwater ich is caused by parasitic protozoa, Cryptocaryon irritans. It can cause respiratory distress, lethargy, and rapid breathing in your fish. If an outbreak is caught early and treated promptly, the chances of recovery are high. You will learn about saltwater ich, plus how to detect and eradicate it in your aquarium. Copper is very effective and works well to eliminate saltwater ich in its free-swimming stage. Rather than treating them in the main aquarium, move the sick fish to a bare-bottomed containment or treatment tank. This should be aerated and have the same water conditions. Porous materials such as sand, gravel, rocks, and ornaments can make medications. Hyposinity can be applied to fish-only aquariums and to speed up the life cycle of organisms, increase the tank water temperature. . . .