In the process of cultivating and admiring fish, aquarists will encounter all kinds of problems. One of the most troublesome is probably parasites. I believe that many aquarists have deep feelings. How can a good fish die in the end? The water quality is also No problem, there is also feeding, how can it not move? Or jump like crazy. In fact, it may be a parasite.
Observe them when buying fish to see if their body color is normal, their swimming is vivid and not vivid, whether they are diligent in ordering food, and whether they have white bowel movements. To do a good job in the quarantine of new fish, you should ask the boss if the fish has been vaccinated when you buy the fish, and you must choose the fish that has been vaccinated to ensure safety.
Try not to feed live bait, especially red nematodes, red worms, and water fleas. If you want to feed, you can freeze the live bait first, so that the bacteria-carrying situation is not as serious as the live bait. Do a good job in disinfection of water quality in the environment. Reduce the urgency of the fish, so as not to reduce the resistance. The body provides nutritious food. It's just that the fish bear level is slower than that of live bait. Do a good job of preventive deworming, do this in the last few days of each month, first outside the body, then inside (the medicine used in the body is a deworming hamburger).
The method to eliminate parasites is generally potassium permanganate powder used for aquariums. After adjusting and flushing with warm water according to the stated proportion, pour it into the tank for disinfection, let it go, rinse and fill it with fresh water. It is not recommended to keep fish, although potassium permanganate can also treat some fish diseases, but after all, because the medicinal properties are harmful to fish, it is not recommended to use it in this way. It is best to use a single tank for disinfection.