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Old 01-10-2017, 11:19 AM   #1
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Can anyone identify what this is on mt angelfish??

this was yesterday at 7:30pm.
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Any thoughts on this?? Idk what to identify this as.
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Old 01-10-2017, 11:22 AM   #2
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Could be hole in the head or could be a wound from running into something?

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Old 01-10-2017, 11:33 AM   #3
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Could be hole in the head or could be a wound from running into something?

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Thats what i thought did he ram into something?? Seems like it got bigger thou and def looks like a hole begining to form? Or at least a good sized dent
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If it's hith than you have to get the water quality better. Unless it's just to hard and he'll never fare well.

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If it's hith than you have to get the water quality better. Unless it's just to hard and he'll never fare well.

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the water quality absolutely cannot get any better all of the harsh chemicals have been staying at very low numbers if not at zero.
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Where do you live? Well water? Gh/ kh, tds? Nitrate?

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as midwest as it can get! sweet ol Nebraska!! as of GH and KH i was told that it isn't a big deal to obesses over those?? or should I always keep tabs on those?? TDS?? as far as Nitrates its at 0
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One doesn't need to be obsessed to know your water parameters?
Most keepers who aren't new know them...kH/gh don't change much in your supply water...
Your angel has a boo boo.
Your tank having 0 nitrates leads to a bunch of questions about parameters ,but why obsess?
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i was talking about just gh and kh itself, other than that i do daily if not every other day water checks
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its been going back n forth between o and .25 for nirtates, but never reaches .25 or higher since the cycling of the tank finished.
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