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Old 07-01-2002, 12:02 PM   #1
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what's up with my cat?

Hi, I posted a month or so ago and you folk were great.

Got another question-
My catfish(pimelod 4 line) has a single white spot on his eye.
Any idea what it is and what I might do about it?

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Old 07-01-2002, 12:14 PM   #2
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i screwed up

the post above should be in fresh water
is there a chance one of you bigwigs could move it to the right spot for me?

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Can you post a pic of the fish, detailing the eye in question, or at least a more detailed description of the spot, what it looks like, texture etc....

First two things that come to mind are bacterial infection and fungus, but that is off the top of my head and liable to be less than accurate....
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the spot just looks like a plain white round dot. no texture is visible. just a drop of white paint on the upper half of his eyeball. i'm working on the pic. no other fish have this prob

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