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Old 02-09-2014, 05:50 PM   #1
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Pregnant fish??

I'm not sure what is happening in my tank today. My flame angel has one cloudy eye all of a sudden. I have one clown that's MIA. He was here this morning. And I have a six line wrasse and an orange dot goby that looks like they have pregnant stomachs. Wtf is going on?!? Someone please help!
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Sounds like could be infection that's causing both, what are your water parameters like? How old is your tank?
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