Just treated my fish for gill flukes with Fluke-solve. On the packet it states that a second treatment is required 3 weeks later to ensure that the hatching larvae are killed. With the temperatures we are experiencing won't the eggs have hatched (which only takes 4 days) and the larvae have reached adulthood and laid there own eggs within 3 weeks? Any thoughts please.
yeah seems that way. although even after using fluke solve and numerous other brands we still ended up having to treat repeatedly and nearly weekly for a duration of time. they are being very tough due to becoming resistant.
good luck treating and I hope you get rid of the sods.