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Old 10-20-2012, 08:47 AM   #1
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Oes my black moor have a problem


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Old 10-20-2012, 10:33 AM   #2
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it may be a start to some sort of fungus ive never had a black moor have this but i dont know how to treat it. try to do a little research and ask your local petstore if they have the treatment.
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Old 10-20-2012, 10:41 AM   #3
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Hi! We really need more information in order to be able to help. Tank size? Stocking? Numbers for ammonia, nitrite, nitrate & Ph? Water change schedule (%/#wk)? How long you have the fish/any new fish fish added in past few months? Exact issue/symptoms and long they have been occurring?

I can see a single white spot in the pic but its too far away to be able to tell if its a missing scale, a parasite/worm or something else. Answering the questions above with more specific info will help!
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Are you still keeping multiple goldfish in a 36l/9g tank?
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Hi! We really need more information in order to be able to help. Tank size? Stocking? Numbers for ammonia, nitrite, nitrate & Ph? Water change schedule (%/#wk)? How long you have the fish/any new fish fish added in past few months? Exact issue/symptoms and long they have been occurring?

I can see a single white spot in the pic but its too far away to be able to tell if its a missing scale, a parasite/worm or something else. Answering the questions above with more specific info will help!
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Old 10-20-2012, 03:40 PM   #6
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Old 10-20-2012, 04:15 PM   #7
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I know you had a sick common in addition to other commons and I can see two fancies in this pic. Exactly how many fish are still in this tank? I am sorry but a 9g is not suitable for even one goldfish and the health issues your encountering with multiple fish are just going to continue to become worse until you address our stocking situation with a major tank upgrade. If this is impossible, please consider rehoming these fish.
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Hi if the fish is feeding OK and acting normally i would just keep an eye on it and see how it develops. On a precautionary note i would just up the water changes a little, reduce the feeding abit and also feed some frozen food. Good luck.
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