My poor fish are in a quarantine tank being treated for both capillaria and camellanus worms using levamisole which seems to be doing the trick for them. I am clearing their normal home now, having nuked it once more with levamisole which doesn't "do" snails or capillaria eggs and figured I might as well nuke them while I am at it. I have fenbendazole here which is supposed to be added to food. No fish in that tank so no food. Will dumping it straight into the water wipe out the pests regardless of their life cycle stage? The tank is also planted if that needs to be considered. Thanks!
Enjoy watching our little colony of Mikrogeophagus Ramirezi develop. We raised these for PVAS BAP. This hatch is a cross between Electric Blue male and Golden Rams. There are several variants. Most interesting is the Opal Ram. The Golden ones all have hints and flecks of blue as well. 55 gal tank, shared with 20 growing Bristlenose Plecos we have also raised for PVAS BAP. All fish going for sale at club auctions and various LFS.