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Old 09-18-2016, 10:52 AM   #1
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Help my tetra has a red boil on fin

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Not sure the water perimeters but assuming it's the same as last month or so 155gallin bow: 2 canister filters with carbon some seasalt (less then the recommendation) 80-82 degrees ammonia/nitrates/nitrites 0
I forgot what the other one was I wanna say it was in the middle I don't keep up with the testing too much but I do keep up with the cleaning n water changes .. the fish has had a white spot on his fin for about a year but it never grew into anything until today .. this fish has to be 5 years old atleast he eats fine and no personality changes n or no change in his swimming pattern.

I recently added 3 new fish 1 angle and 2 blue acare or something

My stock is
1-bgk about a 1' long
2-angles 3 if I count the new one
2-lg danios
2- algae eaters(sucker fish)
1- small penguin
1- rose line shark
1- red Fin shark
1- tetra (as pictured in post)
1- boesemans rainbow
I think that's all of them
Live plants
Natural rock gravel
I hope I answered all the questions

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Thanks for the help I'll try that


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Looks like lymphosistis

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