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Help! Cotton Eye!
Topic Started: May 2 2009, 01:50 AM (778 Views)
Apple Snail
May 4 2009, 06:07 PM
looks like one of my female swords has the same issue. but she is also showing signs of weakness and is loosing weigth real bad.
hmm... losing weight really badly?

is she showing any signs of deformity in any way?

when my fish have had columnaris... which is the infection being discussed.... mine have never had real weigh loss issues.

I have had a fish that was given to me have TB though. So glad that i QT all fish that come through here.

Really i should have euthanaised the fish right away. Sounds cruel, but i was curious. So i studied her in order to allow myself to see a disease that i had not witnessed before in my fish.

Its not particularly nice to watch mind you.

A picture tells a thousand stories. If you could get a picture of the fish in question it would be much easier to help you..

yours G
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