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Oh no.. Nimbochromis venustus.. (the one that jumped out)

12 years 5 months ago #9595 by Snake42490
The fungus is 95 percent gone today! treatment is for sure working. Fish looks fine.

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12 years 5 months ago #9571 by Snake42490
the fish is looking much better today. It seems that the spot is more in a smaller area.. and doesnt look like a fungus look. before it looked slimy clear tent like. Now it just looks like it had a fight and has some flaky 
scales. Fish is eating and acting normal. I added a little more salt and plan on doing a water change tomorrow then dose the meds again.

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12 years 5 months ago #9510 by Snake42490
Yup i just fed him. It looks better today. Hes acting fine..except the little fuzz on his side haha. I added salt and fungus clear to the tank. Also added some stress coat.

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12 years 5 months ago #9498 by dragonkeeper
I would turn the temp up a little and dose generously with salt. Should clear up in a few days. I he eating normally? Acting normally?

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12 years 5 months ago #9487 by Snake42490
my guess from all of this was the fish ruined its slim coat from the fall.. Caused it to be susceptible to infection.. and so on. I also did a low dose of salt.

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12 years 5 months ago #9486 by Snake42490
ok. So i have had a bad little run with these V's!! the one that jumped out.. i mentioned it in my new 220 gallon thread. As of today has what appears to be a hazy something or other on its side. It kinda looks like a clear film when a fish dies that covers them. (fuzzy clear stuff) I figured it was something bacterial or fungus so i added an anti fungus tablet and stress coat. Tell me if i took the right action.

here are some pictures



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