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    …and replace the filter carbon at the conclusion of the treatment. For use as a dip of fungus or external parasitic protozoans and cyanide poisoning: Prepare a nonmetallic container of sufficient size to contain the fish to be treated by adding water similar to the original aquarium. Add 5 teaspoons…

    $6.99

    …Lugol’s is an extremely powerful iodine solution. It should only be used by advanced reef aquarists to dose iodine as well as to create a dip for corals and their allies. The importance of iodine in a reef aquarium cannot be overstated. Presence of iodine is vital to hermatypic invertebrates…

    $13.99

    …observe your new arrival, but also is perfect for dips on coral or fish. The small volume means less medication is needed to establish an effective dose.    Great for: Acclimation Coral Dips  Thawing & Feeding Foods Freshwater & Other Fish Dips Observation Before Release   Specifications: Dimensions…

    $14.99

    …and dip them for not more than 10 seconds. Immediately replace the eggs into the original hatchery tank. Note: This is a one-time treatment only. Do not repeat. The dip solution may be kept for future use. Keep container tightly capped when not in use. Treatment for fungus on fishes Transfer fishes

    $6.99

    Hikari Directions for Use As a Dip for Marine Fishes Short-Term Dip. Mix the proper amount of BiFuran+ into a container of conditioned freshwater and place the diseased fishes into the container with gentle aeration. Allow the fishes to remain in this dip until they can no longer remain upright or…

    $7.29

    Straightforward and easy to use dosing syringes are great to have around the tank and can have a multitude of uses. From filling up test vials to adding and target feeding corals, along with trace elements. 1 mL scale - 0.1 mL 5 mL scale - 1.0 mL 10 mL scale - 5.0 mL   Great for liquid foods, trace…

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    $3.99

    …observe your new arrival, but also is perfect for dips on coral or fish. The small volume means less medication is needed to establish an effective dose.    Great for: Acclimation Coral Dips  Thawing & Feeding Foods Freshwater & Other Fish Dips Observation Before Release   Specifications: Dimensions…

    $12.99

    Pipette for target feeding corals or administering medicine. Available in two sizes: 1.7 mL and 8.5 mL

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