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http://www.jbl.de/en/aquatics-nano/news/467/recognising-shrimp-diseases-and-reacting-in-time
Many pathogens and bacteria are a natural component of the habitat and normally, under ideal conditions, do not cause any diseases. A healthy shrimp is able to keep these pathogens under control with its immune system. There is a balance, symbiosis, between the host and pathogens. The bacteria e.g. of the intestines are even beneficial digestive aids. These bacteria are apatogenic (non-disease causing) microorganisms. This form of partnership where two organisms live together and benefit from one another is...
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In the next 2-3 months you're going to see a ton of threads about bacterial infections due to the warmer weather. It happens every since year once the summer comes around.

Hopefully people are preparing with fans or chillers. Lucky for me I have central air which stays at 68 degrees at all times...I actually have to use a heater in the summer since I like my tanks at 72.
 
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