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[SOLVED] Why Do My Fish Have White Spots On Them?

Often referred to as Itch or Ick, White spot is caused by the Ichyophirius parasite ๐Ÿ™Œ Parasites are naturally present in aquariums and will be happily controlled by the immune system of your fish in small numbers ๐Ÿ˜Ž As stress factors in the tank weaken the fish, parasites can reach dangerous numbers and will become harmful to their fish hosts.Controlling stress factors is key to preventing outbreaks and the recovery of your fish.The white spots you see on the fish is the mature stage of the parasites life cycle and will not be directly affected by treatment. To catch parasites in their most vulnerable stage, white spot treatment requires two treatments. The parasites will stop eating fish and start to replicate in cysts at the bottom. The cyst will burst and the parasites that have formed will begin to swim in the water looking for fish. This is when the treatment begins.
After the mature trophont has left the fish, it attaches itself to the sides and bottom, then secretes a cyst wall that becomes a reproductive themont. One tomont splits into two cells. Then, it undergoes several divisions and produces 100 to 1000 theronts. Once infected theronts have escaped from the cyst, they can swim freely in the water looking for attacks fish. They can stay in water for up to 3 days, and they will drown if they don’t find any fish to bite. Once they have found a fish they want to attack, they burrow into the epithelium of the fish. Theronts then become trophonts, and can feed on the surrounding tissue until reaching adult size. This page was last modified by Katrina Pereira, Bucheon (South Korea), 9 weeks ago.
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Researchers from thesprucepets.com For more information, please click here. Ich is the parasite of Ichthyophthirius multifiis. Ich can penetrate the skin and gills of fishes, leaving small white marks on their bodies. This parasite spreads quickly to other fish and can be fatal if it is not treated. Other than the obvious white spots on the skin, the parasite can also cause scratching of surfaces. tank and swimming close to the surface of the water Due to difficulties breathing. Many treatments are possible. The prognosis for those fish that get treatment fast is excellent. Talk to an aqua veterinarian about the best care for your fish. By maintaining good tank hygiene, quarantining fish and allowing them to be introduced into an existing tank before they are released you can greatly reduce the risk of ich. Atiya Belcher, Baghdad (Iraq) for this wonderful answer.
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Cafishvet.com also mentions how in freshwater fish, โ€œIch,โ€ white spot disease or more formally Ichthyophthirius multifiliis, is one of the most common freshwater parasites. If not addressed quickly, it can lead to 100% mortality. One of the parasites can pose a problem, unlike others. My job as fish veterinarian involves frequent skin and gill biopsies. Even if there were a few Trichodina treamatodes or monogenean traitatodes, it would not be a concern and warrants treatment. But, one ich parasite can have over 1,000 offspring. Rapid reproduction can quickly overwhelm an entire system, and all its inhabitants. When a new person is placed in a tank/pond without proper quarantine, infections are most common. You will be able to save time and money. lives by quarantining all new fish Allow them to sit for at least 4-6 weeks before adding the items to your system. Revision by Linda T. from Yulin Guangxi in China, April 23, 2021
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Also known as ick or white spot disease, the Ichthyophthirius multifiliis protozoan is an external parasite that attaches to your fishโ€™s fins, body, and gills by forming a tiny white capsule (usually less than 1 mm in diameter). The Ichthyophthirius multifiliis protozoan is a parasite that feeds off fish. It then grows to maturity and falls off fish. After the replication has been completed, hundreds of new ich prozoa can be released into the aquarium. They are capable of swimming up to two or three days before they find a host. The earlier you catch and treat the ich, the better your fishโ€™s chances of full recovery. This article was last revised on September 29, 2009 by Loranzo Hamlin, Ndola Zambia.
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