Hello, just bought some cherries recently that came with mad vorticella " tried to spell it lol. But could be fungus or something else, I don't have a good enough cam to show a pic anyhow sorry.
Seller packed them in breather bags tied with rubber bands then put normal sealed freezer bags over them and thought this was ok? just told me to F off. Great...
So the guy can't even follow simple instructions on a breather bag.
Anyway, I now have to treat the remaining few left, I've already tried a salt bath at 1tsp/ cup.
Im not sure what I did wrong with the salt bath or maybe it's another disease idk I know very little about treating shrimp for disease as I've been lucky enough to not need to till now. That's what happens when livestock has no air for 4days.
so I've got some tri-sulphur tablets to try. So far can't see them containing copper.
are these shrimp safe?
any advice appreciated as they are declining bad and I think I'll need to move fast to keep them they look quite shaky.
Half died the day they arrived, the last few dropped the next day, introduced into a fully established thriving cherry tank with no deaths and high rate of success for raising juvies. This is like shrimp herpes I swear all my shrimp are declining now.