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E hypervitaminosis


E hypervitaminosis

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Symptoms: Degeneration of liver, Fish do not take food very well (low appetite), Fish growth slows down

E- hypervitaminosis is characterized by a loss of appetite, Reduced Growth, high mortality rates. The liver is affected.

Description:
It is caused by feeding your fish concentrated dry foods and by excess of vitamins which results from using an incorrect dosage. B and C group vitamins quickly leave the body, fat-soluble vitamins A, D, E - slowly. If the incorrect dose if given, it can cause poisoning - hypervitaminosis.

How to cure:
Fishs foods should contain substances necessary for normal growth, development, and functioning of all organs and systems. See "Hypervitaminosis".

Medicine:


Prevention:
Fish should be given a balanced diet. Add vitamins to the feed following instructions. Provide fish with live foods: Tubifex, bloodworm, Corehra, Daphnia, Cyclop, Amphipoda, and raw liver. Once a week, at the end of the fasting day give vegetable foods: Wollfia, water fern, scaled salad, and dandelion.

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