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Anchor Worms cannot be treated with salt. They are treated with chitin syntehsis inhibitors or organohosphates. The chitin synthesis inhibitors are completely safe and effective while the OP's are not.



Fish disease problems? Need some help? The help pages take you through the basics of the 'fish health work-up' diagnosis method and basic fish disease treatment methods.

90% of all health problems and fish deaths are caused by poor fish keeping! The key pages are essential reading for all beginners and intermediates who are serious about disease prevention.

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