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    Senior Member Rank = Yonsai Martin59's Avatar
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    Parasite identification

    Hi there
    Iíve been battling Fluke over the past few weeks and think Iíve won, for now.
    Did a scrap on one of the fish that didnít seem quite right, fully expecting to find Fluke.
    No sign of Fluke, but found these. I have my suspicions of what they are but wanted a second opinion. Maybe someone with a bit more experience in this field than I have.
    l did a video of them which shows them moving about, but canít seem to be able to upload it.
    So did a couple of pics, there at x100.
    Many thanks Martin.


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    Hi Martin,

    At x100 I would go with chilodonella.

    This post backs that up https://www.koiforum.uk/koi-health-d...reatments.html

    Phil

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    Senior Member Rank = Yonsai Martin59's Avatar
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    Thanks Phil for your reply. You confirmed what I was thinking.
    At x100 there to big to be Costa.
    Never had Chilodonella before, at least never found them.

 

 

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