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      Looking at the large white spot, that would appear to be a pulled scale with infection around the perimeter but healing showing in the center, and for that I would treat with Tricide Neo as a powder with Q-Tip. The line of white spots running mostly to the bottom of the picture would appear to be a scrape from the same incident that pulled the scale and would bear watching to see that no redness comes up indicating infection. While treating the large white spot, go ahead and treat that line of scrapes.

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      Quote Originally Posted by RichToyBox View Post
      Looking at the large white spot, that would appear to be a pulled scale with infection around the perimeter but healing showing in the center, and for that I would treat with Tricide Neo as a powder with Q-Tip. The line of white spots running mostly to the bottom of the picture would appear to be a scrape from the same incident that pulled the scale and would bear watching to see that no redness comes up indicating infection. While treating the large white spot, go ahead and treat that line of scrapes.
      Thank you again for your help. I値l have to get the Tricide.

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      I'm a little skeptical of the 0 reading on ammonia in a 6 week old pond, what are you testing with and is it out dated maybe?

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      Quote Originally Posted by trapper View Post
      I'm a little skeptical of the 0 reading on ammonia in a 6 week old pond, what are you testing with and is it out dated maybe?
      Nope. Thank you for your concern. I知 using the API master test that I got about 3 months ago. The ammonia has consistently been at zero in the pond. I know that the test works because I tested the quarantine tank and the ammonia showed elevated.

      The pond is (now) 7 weeks old. When it was filled, we used the water from the original pond. We also used the filters.

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      Take all of the gravel out of your aquascape pond things will be much better in the future!

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      Quote Originally Posted by Ktnjde View Post
      Nope. Thank you for your concern. I’m using the API master test that I got about 3 months ago. The ammonia has consistently been at zero in the pond. I know that the test works because I tested the quarantine tank and the ammonia showed elevated.

      The pond is (now) 7 weeks old. When it was filled, we used the water from the original pond. We also used the filters.
      Thanks for the reply and added info..

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      Thank you to everyone for your help. We are past the crisis and all the fish are healing.

      The mark in the fish was from an injury (presumed). It was treated with an injection of antibiotics and topical medicine applied. It appears to be healing.


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