Originally Posted by salty sal
Today she is still not eating and I saw her cough up a white mucus looking "glob" and see others at the surface.
Not sure what you mean by "see others at the surfcace"
? I looked at the photo and only saw the Seahorse and blenny. The blenny could have some sort of internal infection, bladder problem or internal parasite. At this point I cannot tell by the pics in your gallery. I would suggest you have a proper quarantine
set up for the fish in the event it's needed for treatment.
Also so small dark color oblong "things" at the water line - see photo - as you see she is hovering around them. Have white specks on inside of glass since yesturday
I checked the photo's in your gallery, the one you are refering to is labeled "what is this?"
. The image is too blurry to make out any definition and I am not able to see what you are refering to. When editing photo's, before you crop them to reduce file size alter the image size firsy to 640x480 pixles. This will allow a fair amount of image definition to remain and still reduce the file size down to less than 100 kb without sacrificing quality. I would also recommend a tri-pod or stacking something up high where the camera can rest when possible. It will help eliminate fuzzy pics. I am not that great with a camera myself and am not trying to make this a photo-tip session, just trying to better understand what may be wrong with the blenny, if through a pic so be it.
In liew of better pics, is there any other odd behavour other than the "mucus glob" it spit up? Anything on the fish itself? White spots, whitish bits of stringy matter or the like? The other fish not harassing the blenny?