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Old 05-04-2013, 08:55 AM   #11 
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From Tetra's website:

" Start Zyme combines all the benefits of a complete water conditioner to make your water immediately safe for tropical fish, Goldfish, and marine fish. Instantly neutralizes harmful chlorine, chloramines and heavy metals to make tap water safe. Stimulates the natural protective slime coat to reduce stress and help fish heal wounds. Start Zyme also contains a safe blend of bacteria and enzymes to help establish the biological cycle and break down organic sludge to ensure a healthy and clean aquarium. "
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Old 05-04-2013, 10:50 AM   #12 
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Oh I have the Jungle Start Zyme, doesn't say that on the bottle. Very interesting! Thank you for the info :)
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Old 05-04-2013, 10:56 PM   #13 
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Ok, so I changed his water. Since I added the fungas tablet, water conditioner and 2 drops of ick. Can I add the carbon back to the filter? He's still not active and just floating, but he's not in the corner floating tonight.

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As long as you are medicating I believe that carbon should stay out until you are completely done dosing.
He does look better in these pictures, he doesn't look as clamped up which is good!
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Poor thing!!!!Did they use soap???I will get mad if they used soap...it is very bad and poisonous to them
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Old 05-05-2013, 03:44 PM   #18 
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So what are all these bubbles? They just started today. The pump has not been changed.
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He's probably blowing a small bubble nest, it's for when they breed. The male will place the eggs in the bubbles so they stay safe. But males do it randomly from time to time because they can or they get bored or they want to mate :) They are a good sign usually.

Does he swim around a lot yet or does he just float up at the top?
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