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It is caused by bacterial infection of the fins due to poor water quality or by a diseased fish introduced in the tank. When symptoms occur, immediately change the water and provide more aeration to add more air to increase the level of dissolved oxygen in the water. Change the filter element and raise the water temperature to 34 degree Celsius gradually - 1 degree over 2 hours. Add salt and commercially available fin rot solutions but follow the dosage carefully. Change 20-30% water daily for 3-6 days.

A fin membrane tear heals fast, sometimes within days. FIN ROT The symptoms of fin rot begin when the edges of the fins become pale and start to rot. It is caused by bacterial infection of the fins due to poor water quality or by a diseased fish introduced in the tank. When symptoms occur, immediately change the water and provide more aeration to add more air to increase the level of dissolved oxygen in the water. Change the filter element and raise the water temperature to 34 degree Celsius gradually - 1 degree over 2 hours.

The frequency of water change would really depend on the number of Arowanas you want to keep in the tank - the more fishes, the more often you should change the water. If you've got a smaller tank, then the same applies - change the water in your tank frequently. How much water and how often you need to change the water also is dependent on the nitrate and ammonia level. the quality of the fish, the performance of the filtration system and the type of food you feed your Arowana. Live food such as frogs and crickets will pollute the water and thus, you will need to carry out more frequent water changes.

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