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kj fishy-finn
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No, I have not sent a PM yet. I also do not have an extra tank to relocated my fish in. If there is a way to do it wihtout moving my fish, I would rather go that route. Is that possible?

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I understand.

According to the two websites I just visited:
http://badmanstropicalfish.com/profiles/profile25.html
http://www.aquatic-hobbyist.com/profiles/freshwater/catfish/pandacory.html

Both fish like soft to almost acidic water... So based on that info, I would guess it would be safe to slowly add salt, maybe a teaspoon at a time. How big is the tank?

I would still strongly suggest you pm Calilsseia for specifics. I don't want belly up fishies on my conscience. As far as "Clout", I have never used it. I would also ask Calilsseia bout it. Pandas tend to be a little delicate. And since they are bottom dwellers, they tend to feed off whats on the bottom. If the worms are there and die there... The pandas may decide to eat them... I don't know if that would be good for the pandas, if the worms died from a chemical poison.

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You could try a fish that would eat the worms that would make sure they go away. I'm sure there is a fish that would be able to get them out of the gravel.
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Akysis will eat these for sure.
Probably came in on live plants or in live food.
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EditedEdited by Natalie

I've found those giant red worms before in tanks, they seem to be harmless... I've only found them deep inside the substrate of established planted tanks, I imagine they're just something that comes in with the plants.



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