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Old 05-07-2018, 04:49 AM   #1
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Frogs?

I just saw that one of my frogs in my ten gallon tank that lives with guppys and neons only in a planted tank with a drift wood tree and two nitrite snails has a little white spot on it's back. I can't tell if it's fungus or not. It's not growing at all does not seem to bother him. I've had him for a year now. The other frog looks fine. Should I treat him with anything or leave him alone? Reading some of the fish stuff for fungus nothing on frogs.
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Not very familiar with frogs - is it getting any worse?
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Treatment for the frogs to me is uncharted territory for diseases. Probably not Ich, I was told only fish are hosts for that.

See if it wipes off with a cotton swab, or you could tie a cotton swab on a chop stick if you can't quite get that close.

Check water parameters and do a pwc if not in the safe zone and maybe vac out any crud in the substrate especially feeding areas and low flow corners which can accumulate "stuff".
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No it's not geting worse and it's not growing I just notice one day he had it. I can't really rub it because one he's so small and geting him hell hop right out of the water. The only ting I can think of is maybe he rubbed him self wrong on the new spider drift wood I have in the tank. It bothers me more than him.
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Hopefully just a mark that goes with time. Keep us posted
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