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Sounds interesting. If that is indeed the case, any way we can remedy this? Perhaps by quaranteeing them first in a separate tank rather than eagerly dumping them into our algae-filled tanks right away?

If so, what would be a good medication or chemical?
 

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A good friend told me it more than likely had to do with the diatom, which is part of oto's diet in nature. And when they don't get that, they will be deprived of that nutrient. A good substitution is algae wafer. I will go ahead and try that.
 
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