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Old 08-25-2011, 02:50 PM   #1
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While I was looking at my lemonpeel angel today I saw a small black spot. Anyone know what it is?
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Well,there is black ich also,,could be nothing though..Watch it to see if it spreads
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Well,there is black ich also,,could be nothing though..Watch it to see if it spreads
Also since I got him, There has been something on his fin that looks like a blemish. Is that normal? Thanks.
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How long has it been there?Could just be a stress spot...
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How long has it been there?Could just be a stress spot...
Almost 2 weeks........
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Not sure what it could be,,again ,may be nothing Is its body nice and bright?.Is it eating and acting normal.??I would just watch it for a couple days
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Not sure what it could be,,again ,may be nothing Is its body nice and bright?.Is it eating and acting normal.??I would just watch it for a couple days
Yep I got him to start eating frozen shrimp about 5 days ago! And He is still very colorful. But i will keep watch.
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Good news.....the spot is gone. It must have just been something that was stuck to him!
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