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Gourami Fish Diseases - proper way of hand wash dishes in a restaurant

by:Two Eight     2019-09-01
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Gouramis is some of the most common tropical freshwater fish that find their way through many aquariums due to their lively and bright colors.
In the following article, read some common gour fish diseases to find out what tortured your fish when it behaves strangely or looks ill.
The freshwater gour fish family is divided into 15 genera and is further divided into more than 90 species.
Due to the huge diversity and diversity of their colors and patterns, this adds a variety
Aquariums of almost any size have color talent!
Gourami is a family of tropical freshwater fish found in various freshwater habitats in Asia, from the Indian subcontinent to the Malay islands between Southeast Asia and Australia, on the way to South Korea, it also extends to the northeast waters.
Diseases are common in most tropical freshwater fish.
These diseases include bacterial and parasitic infections, diseases caused by an imbalance in the pH of water (too acidic or too alkaline water), unsanitary conditions, or diseases caused by aquatic pollution, etc.
Let's take a look at some of these situations that usually affect gourd and closely related species on a common basis.
This is one of the most common blue dwarf fish diseases that appear in the form of white grains
Like nodules on the skin, the affected fish showed a variety of other signs of illness
Health, such as cloudy eyes, loss of appetite, aversion to school, would rather stay near the bottom of the aquarium/Pond, breathe abnormally fast, and form lesions around the dermal nodules.
This native infection also affects a variety of other freshwater fish, such as Siam fish, ciyu and clown cockroaches.
This is also a native infection that affects many freshwater ornamental fish species.
Symptoms usually include the skin of the fish becoming cloudy and occasionally spots that change color under the scales.
Dark spots are usually symptoms of various native infections and infections caused by water pollution.
The porpoise is a parasitic flatworm that settles in the body of the fish and discharges all nutrients from the body of the fish, making the host weak and pale.
If the fish show any of these symptoms, there may be a fluke infection --
Scratch on a hard surface, the development of mucus on the fins, the rapid breathing (seen as a fast fin movement), the drooping and decay of the fins, the pale color of the fish, etc.
Freshwater fish are often vulnerable targets of threaded worms or C. worms, which are attached to the digestive duct of the host.
Sometimes, from the opening of the anus, it can be seen that these worms hang outside the body of the host fish.
Mouth rot, mouth bacteria, pulp rot and many other fungal diseases.
, Affecting freshwater fish, making it a pain to survive, unless measures are taken to clean up fish and water (replace water, bathe fish and treat water with antibiotics) in the early stages of infection.
Many aquariums and fish tank owners who have raised the gourami species mention a particular behavioral pain that seems to normally affect these particular species.
Over time, the weight of the relevant gourmets will decrease and red spots will appear on the skin.
They also showed short-lived ADHD, swimming around the circle around the aquarium/fish tank.
Loss of appetite is also common.
Because the virus usually seems to be targeted at this particular gourd species.
This is a bacterial infection that is very common in major blue gour fish diseases, although it also affects many other freshwater fish.
As the name suggests, when the tissue is eaten by the pathogenic bacteria, the tail and fins show signs of decay and discoloration.
If you really want to keep the gour fish disease there are some basic steps you can take to prevent a lot of these diseases
Free at your aquarium.
Water should be replaced regularly, preferably at least once a week.
The aquarium should also be cleaned whenever you change the water.
Antibacterial and antibacterial solutions should be added in water so that the aquatic environment is not suitable for the growth or reproduction of any undesirable microorganisms.
Gourami is particularly susceptible to bacterial and fungal infections, so be alert to the cleanliness of the water and always add a few drops (proportional to the amount of water in the tank/Aquarium) each time you clean the tank or replace it, they take both antibacterial and fungal drugs.
Fish food should only be purchased from reliable suppliers, and any live food (blood worms, water dragons, etc. ) should be purchased from there.
) Should be purchased from uncontaminated sources and should be stored in sanitary conditions.
Appropriate medication if a parasite or native is infected (whether mixed with food, applied locally or diluted in residential water) it should be managed in accordance with the regulations of professional fish farmers with experience in handling fish-like diseases.
Depending on the type of fish you have, make sure that the pH of the water is neither too acidic nor too alkaline, nor too high or too low.
Keeping proper hygiene and being alert to the smallest anomalies is the best way to keep your foodie (or any fish) healthy.
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