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I have 2 Otopharynx "Big Spots" that are not eating. They are new fish that were introduced last Friday from an online supplier. Would it be best to treat the whole tank for bloat, or separate both fish in a quarantine? If I treat the whole tank, will it affect the fry I have in floating boxes? Will it kill the eggs/fry in the mouths of 3 holding females?
 

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treat them separate if you have a spare tank. what are you planning on treating them with? not to sure what the effects would be on the fry or holding mothers. you just don't want to stress them out and have them swallow. good luck!!
 

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Thanks, already finished treatment with clout according to the directions listed at the top of this subforum. Got a quick question, do I need to do a quick water change before I start feeding them at Day 6/Day 7? :-? Doesn't really say...
 

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Seems it still works :D My fish are once again happy and alive, swimming about and eating normally. :fish:
 
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