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Old 09-27-2018, 06:45 PM   #1
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Whatís wrong with my Rummy Nose Tetra?

So I have 8 rummy nose tetras and theyíve been in my 20G long for about a month now. I had to deal with ich but I cured it with heat and have since lowered the temperature back down. 7 of them are still schooling and look healthy but one has a weird green spot on its head and sits alone under the plants and doesnít move around much. This green spot is confusing me Iíve tried googling it and canít find anything? Iíve added a picture of the one that isnít healthy, but the rest look the same aside from the green spot. Anyone know what this could be?
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No picture appeared?

Is the green spot like a bruise?
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Sorry thought I linked it let me try again, donít think itís a bruise.
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I canít make out much unfortunately - I was thinking could be just where it lost a scale from white spot but sitting by itself is a worry.

Iíd suspect either bacterial or fungal secondary infection.
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It still does swim with the others occasionally, and itís eating so I donít really know I guess Iíll just leave it
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