RE: NANFA-- white spots on Fundulus cingulatus

Mark (
Mon, 4 Aug 2003 10:33:39 -0400

Another thing to watch out for is old or moisture-damaged foods.
Fish food goes stale just like people food. It also loses it's
nutritional value. It can easily get damp by splashing or wet hands
while feeding fish. Dampness in dry feed is disastrous. I ruins its
quality and allows mold and bacteria to grow that may be toxic to
fish. I suppose this is all well known. Just offering possible
routes to consider.

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