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please tell me this isn't finrot.
Topic Started: Jun 23 2009, 05:54 PM (678 Views)
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I think I have some finrot on one of my kenyi. He's light blue, almost gey, except for this one spot on his top fin. it's darker, almost like a brown, and I think I see some wear on it. Any suggestions what this is?
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Oh man it does sound a little like fin rot. I would keep a close eye on him. Buy some melafix and see if that helps.
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would it hurt the others? is it contageous?
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^^selling all his predators ^^
As far as I am aware it is contageous..
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it's minor, it's just a little part of it. If I take care of it later on, would it grow back, or should I take immediate action?
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please post a picture so we can give you a positive ID.
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yes a picture would def be need. We want to make sure it isn't fin rot so he won't affect any other fish.
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You should move it to a med tank before anything,Then post a photo soo we can give a positive ID.
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my camera SUCKS. it's very low-res, so even if I had a pic, you wouldn't be able to tell. :(
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Ok then if its getting worse I'd euthanize him...
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