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Old 13th September 2018   #6
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Default Re: Advice for axolotl not eating please

Yes keep him tubbed for now. What are your water parameters?
Indian almond leaves are kind of like tea leaves, they promote healing of the skin because they leech tannins into the water. I'm not sure if they will help the issue but it's worth looking into them. They're often used in betta tanks so should be available at aquariums/online aquarium stores.
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