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Old 04-26-2013, 09:52 PM   #1
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Sick Orchid Dottyback

Hi, I'm looking for advice of maybe some one can send me to another thread if this has already come up.

My orchid dotty back gills are slighty "fluffly" and white looking, It also looks like one of my other fish has been nipping at him.

I've had him for about 4 years, eating normal (mysis shrimp), swimming around normal. the water is fine, I have recently done a 20% change as well.

I have a 30g tank with live rock, a clown fish, pajama cardinal, and a urchin.

Any suggestions??

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