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Antiseptics
Bacterial Infections
Fungal Infections
Parasitic Infections
Viral Infections

DROPSY- Bacterial Infection

  • Fish appears bloated to the point of bursting. Scales become raised and stick out.
  • The anus is often inflamed.
  • Commonly occurs with popeye.

Suggested Medication:

KanaPlex
Focus

POPEYE- Bacterial Infection

  • Eyes protrude or appear to be “popping out” of their sockets.

Suggested Medication:

KanaPlex
Focus
Neoplex

FIN & TAIL ROT- Bacterial Infection

  • Fins appear shredded, frayed, or decaying.

Suggested Medication:

KanaPlex
Neoplex

BACTERIAL HEMORRHAGIC SEPTEMIA- Bacterial Infection

  • Streaky or blotchy reddening appearing on the fins near the body or under the scales.

Suggested Medication:

KanaPlex
Neoplex

FUNGUS- Fungal Infection

  • Thin white or gray threads appear; these build up their mass until they appear like patches of cotton.

Suggested Medication:

KanaPlex
Neoplex
Paraguard
Polyguard

HOLE IN THE HEAD- Parasitic Infection

  • Holes that widen the sensory pores in the heads of large fish.

Suggested Medication:

Metronidazole
ParaGuard

ICH- Bacterial Infection

  • The fish appears sprinkled with with grit or coarse sand.
  • Fish rub against hard objects to free themselves of the parasite.

Suggested Medication:

Metronidazole
Cupramine
ParaGuard
AquaZole

VELVET- Bacterial Infection

  • Surface appears dull
  • Fish takes on a yellowish or yellow-brown velvety texture, in heavy infections.

Suggested Medication:

Metronidazole
Cupramine
ParaGuard
AquaZole