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Old 03-11-2012, 07:56 PM   #11
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Okay great, thanks! I messaged her and am waiting for a response, but from her similar thread's pictures our mollies look exactly the same - even down to their natural coloring. Maybe it is just the way they naturally are for some reason, hopefully!
I've looked at creamsicles at the pet store and they look normal... It was only a TINY patch on September... Now it's grown, although slowly, it's starting to cover her mouth area.
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It's my female Creamsicle with it... Nothing changed with it...
Still have the female platy... She started improving once I moved her to my main tank...
Oh ok! Lol. I get confused with all your fishies!
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Maybe its just some random genetic thing for this type of molly coloring, he still has shown no change since the fungus treatment and I had raised the temperature of my tank and added extra salt a while ago, and that didn't change it either. I just looked at him really closely and his crusty scales do look a little whiter than they used to be now... but he acts perfectly fine. It also looks like all the big crusty scale areas are now broken up into lots of smaller crusty patches, though its comforting to know he's not the only one like this!
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