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Waterlife Octozin

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Semi Adult

Waterlife Octozin
Waterlife Octozin
Waterlife Octozin
Waterlife Octozin
Waterlife Octozin
Waterlife Octozin
Waterlife Octozin

Octozin is a treatment for internal parasites such as those which cause Sleeping Sickness Hole In The Head Seawater Angelfish and Clownfish Disease Malawi Bloat Disease and also early stages of Dropsy. OCTOZIN may also be used to treat Whitespot in seawater aquaria where CUPRAZIN cannot be used. Octozin is harmless to invertebrates and algae when used as directed. You will require three separate days of treatment to complete the course. Octozin is active for up to 3 days after the last day of use. Although internal parasites are destroyed instantly external signs of improvement to the fish may take up to 7 days. Suitable for seawater tropical freshwater and coldwater aquaria.

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Collection Process of wild caught Cichlids

Ohe process of collecting Wild fish from the African lakes to arriving in the UK, is a rather complex process.

Our stock is caught by experienced divers, with the fish going through several periods of assesmnet and quarentine before being offered for sale by us.

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Delivery of cichlids live fish

Delivery

Our trusted courier delivers on weekdays between Tuesday and Thursday before 12pm. We charge a shipping fee of £20 per box.

Collection

Collection of your online purchase can be made by prior arrangement from CV211TT.

UK delivery of african cichlids

Packing

All our stock is professionally packed, oxygenated and given a 40 hour heat pack.

The polystyrene box is clearly marked as carrying live fish.

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100% guarantee of african cichlids

No quibble guarantee

We pride ourselves in the quality and robustness of our stock. However if any of your fish have perished during their journey we will offer a no quibble replacement.

All we ask is that you send us a short video of the affected fish.