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Old 10-03-2011, 08:13 PM   #1
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Red pectoral fin

Yellow tang has a blood red pectoral spot in the flesh where the fin joins.
There is no ulcer (skin is closed). I would say it's not trauma because it's on the upper side of the fin which is pretty well protected by the fin and the fin it's self has no damage. I did treat for a fungus about a week ago. Every fish has looked fine since.
Anyone ever encountered and if so can u share Ur outcome
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