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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-25-2005, 10:19 PM Thread Starter
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Hikari Prazipro invert safe?

I just ordered some Hikari Prazipro to treat for an internal parasite (I've been seeing some white worms on/in my fish). I'm curious to know whether or not it is safe for the shrimp in my tank. Anyone have any experience with this product? Thanks!

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I guess I'll let you all know in a few days . It arrives Thursday...

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It is. I just treated my tank the other day, and just now saw an amano shrimp scavenging some plants. BTW, I noticed you are in Seattle. I am currently living in an apartment across the street from Seattle University. You know of any good pet stores in the area? The one I frequent regularly is the Fish Store on Roosevelt. But for me, it's a long bus ride.
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Hey, thanks for the info Dood Lee. Now I can feel good about putting it in there .

The Fish Store is good. There's also Denny's Pet World over in Totem Lake (no closer of a bus ride sorry to say). Also, there are a couple of good stores down in the International District. King's Discus (on King) and Mr. Liem's (in an alley off of King). Those would be worth the bus ride IMO.

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Thanks for the info. I really like The Fish Store too. I've been to King's Discus, it's actually not that far of a walk from where I live (on 12th Avenue). The prices for fish are really expensive though, no suprise considering that the store specializes in ornamental fish.
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