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Side Effects & Adverse Reactions

- May be unsuitable for invertebrates. Snails, mussels, shrimps, corals, etc. should therefore be excluded from the treatment for their own safety.
- For ornamental fish. Do not administer to animals intended for human consumption.
- The water will turn slightly yellow due to the active ingredients but will return to normal again after a few days.
- Do not use after the use-by date has expired.

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Medication for ornamental freshwater and marine fish for the treatment of intestinal flagellates, (e.g. Hexamita, Spironucleus). Symptoms of intestinal flagellates include weight loss, whitish-slimy faeces, a tendency to remain in isolation from other fish and, in advanced stages, whitish holes developing around the head, especially in cichlids like the discus (“hole in the head disease”).


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Hexamor Manufacturers

  • Aquarium Munster Pahlsmeier Gmbh
    Hexamor (2-amino-5-nitrothiazole) Solution [Aquarium Munster Pahlsmeier Gmbh]

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