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I know they are extremely sensitive to medications.
Please advise as to what I can treat this with. Is it best to move him to a treament tank?
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Nice to see you back on PCF, but not for this reason. I can see the fungal outbreak on the fish, but I didn't know zamoras were sensitive to meds. I'm not sure what to recommend.
I hope someone else can offer help.
Good luck, Eric
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Fungus, that is most kinds of underwater fungus, are quite sensitive towards salt.
Depending on the possibilities, I'd prefer trying a saltbath, with around 3 gram a liter of salt, NaCl.
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