Fishdoc.co.uk And Microscope Training

Fishdoc.co.uk And Microscope Training Over at fishdoc.co.uk there are about ten pages that take you through how to use a microscope. The detail is great, and the author is good at educating a non-technical person. Frank Prince-Iles wrote these tutorials probably 19 years ago. Not much has changed, but the articles were updated with some […]

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Treating Infections and Ulcers in Koi and Goldfish

Treating Infections and Ulcers in Koi and Goldfish Besides discovering and correcting environmental problems with the situation, attacking bacterial infections in Koi and Goldfish is a large undertaking. Especially if the infection is impacting the ability of the fish to breathe: The GILLS.  The facilities can be very large as in the case of ponds. […]

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Fish Diseases Fixed By A Good Environment?

Fish Diseases Fixed By A Good Environment? It's been said that "If you take care of the water, the fish take care of themselves" and I believe there's a BIG grain of truth in that.  So much so, that I honestly believe that if you provided 90% of species of aquarium or pond fish with […]

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New Resources When Treating Fish Diseases

Resources when facing fish health diseases, symptoms of illness like white spot, and parasite treatments. There is a lot of information on the internet but it can come from inexperienced sources, and in many cases now, may be a 'bad-translation' of stolen content. It's a "thing" these days.  "Change enough words and it's not plagiarism!" […]

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DrJohnson.com Article / Case on Koi Herpes Virus

The following comes from DrJohnson.com about cross contamination of Koi via Goldfish. It was a case in the Ask The Doc section of the site.  Link to the full article on DrJohnson.com  Dr Johnson, I got your address from my friend Jason who you recently helped with a pecan nut problem. I may or may […]

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Stop Water Changes and Go With Water Replacement

I've been through some aquarium filters. And I do keep coming back to sponge filters. And I have powered them with air, and also with water pumps.  Right now, and for the last two or three years, I am depending on CAF250 Sponge Filters. They are built to handle 250 gallon systems and I found […]

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