|# Posted: 25 Sep 2008 01:28 · Edited by: nu2frogs
So Im sitting in front of the PC and waiting for Friday so I can finally purchase this expansion tank I've been eyeing I scroll down the old threads and happen upon a few about Chytrid.
Change of plans! I dont really have that big of a collection YET but have commited myself to keeping my phibs healthy.
I found the Lamisil AT but not the Panacur... can I use another horse dewormer? Also for my plants what kind of bleach would you recommend.
Your guidance on this subject would be greatly appreciated.
|# Posted: 25 Sep 2008 01:42
Ooops I've mistakenly placed this thread in the wrong forum.
|# Posted: 25 Sep 2008 07:44
Use regular unsented bleach, any brand is fine. Panacur is basically fendbendazole so check the labels.
www.yoncallafrog.com .......soon I hope
|# Posted: 25 Sep 2008 15:44
What is the dosage for the Panacur. I have a frog I believe to have Chytrid I am about to treat, I might as well deworm too.
1 Pickerel Frog
1 Albino Pacman
4 Whites Tree Frogs
1 Tomato Frog
1 Megophrys Nasuta
3 American Toads
1 Bearded Dragon
2 Mellers Chameleons
1 Red Eared Slider
3 poison darts(colbolts)
|# Posted: 27 Dec 2008 22:05
I know I'm not Steve Busch, but...
Is your Panacur in the powdered form? sells it like that so if you have not checked out his site I would do so. Dosage is pretty much foolproof with the powder which makes treatment a lot easier. You just dust the food for at least 4 weeks and don't have to worry about measurements or anything.
What signs of chytrid is there? Make sure you contain it...
D. imitator, D. lamasi, D. tinctorius, D. leucomelas, D. auratus, M. viridis, M. ebenaui, D. ebrecatta, T. corticale, L. caerulea, H. madagascareinsis, B. orientalis, B. americanis, R. catesbeiana, lots of geckos