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Old 10-04-2004, 12:57 PM   #11
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Have you noticed any loose scales on the affected fish? I noticed some on one of my spotfins last night. It may be nothing more than an abrasion from contacting the LR or a chance incidental contact with the warty anemone, but I am watching it closely to make sure that the wound doesn't become infected or progress otherwise. The other spotfin doesn't appear to be affected...yet.
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