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Old 03-21-2011, 09:48 PM   #1
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help with fish

I have a small ocellaris clown and the other day added a black ocellaris which was a little smaller in size. I thought they were getting along or so what we have seen they have been getting along the ocellaris picks at the black a little i figured it was just showing dominance. Today I noticed that on my ocellaris his right eyes is glazed over not sure what is wrong wioth him if they were fighting or he has caught something or a little bug got him not sure. I checked the water everything looks good. so anybody have an idea what it could be also have a red algea growing its red but fuzzy on most of my rocks anyway to get rid of it all help would be apprecative. thanks
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