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Pete, as always, thank you. My male juvenile appeared to have Urenoma. This female appears to have Vibrio. Two weeks ago my husband turned the AC off and forgot to turn it back on. The temp in my seahorse tank went from 70-71dg to 76dg by the time I realized something was wrong in the house. It took 2 days to drop it to 72 again. Within 10 days I began losing ponies. The tank is now stable at 72dg but the damage was done.
I will begin feeding my remaining ponies the KanaPlex loaded mysis tomorrow. I hope this does not take out my whole stable. Interesting that it affected my juvenile ponies first?