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Aquarium Marine Fluke & Wormer

£7.99 inc. VAT

Aquarium Marine Fluke is a medication that can be used for treatment of Body/Gill Flukes, Tapeworm, Flatworm and Turbellaria. Signs to look for are clamped fins, stringy faeces, increased mucus covering the head/body, reddened skin, with Gill Flukes difficulty in breathing and eaten away gills.

 

50ml treats 770 litres

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Description

Aquarium Marine Fluke is a medication that can be used for treatment of Body/Gill Flukes, Tapeworm, Flatworm and Turbellaria. Signs to look for are clamped fins, stringy faeces, increased mucus covering the head/body, reddened skin, with Gill Flukes difficulty in breathing and eaten away gills.

 

50ml treats 770 litres

Directions

Switch off UV steriliser, protein skimmer and ozone. Remove activated carbon and zeolight until course of treatment is complete. Best used during fish quarantine but can be used, with caution, in your display tank. Harmless to filter bacteria and all fish species, may cause harm to invertebrates, corals, clams and anemones.

Tighten cap and mix well. Use cup supplied to measure the correct dose. Add Marine Fluke to 1 litre of aquarium water and mix well. Gradually sprinkle across the surface area of the tank over a 1 hour period. May cause temporary foaming. Marine Fluke is a safe way to treat flukes.

 

Dosage

Use 5ml per 77 litres (16.9 gallons) of aquarium water. Treat up to 2 times, 7 days apart. Before treating with a second dose, carry out a minimum 30% water change. Once treatment is complete, carry out a minimum 30% water change. Do not overdose, overdosing can cause fish fatalities. For use only with Marine fish.

Health & Safety

Store in original container between 2°C and 30°C. Keep out of reach of children and pets. For animal treatment only. Always wear protective gloves and goggles when handling chemicals. Use within 12 months of opening. Do not use in conjunction with any other medication.

Disposal
Empty container completely and dispose of safely. Dispose empty container in dustbin. Dispose of unused product, in its original container, at a household waste site. Contact your local authority for details.