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Old 11-02-2012, 01:35 PM   #1
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Hello, New member :)

Hello, my name is Yazmin. It's my first time having an aquarium. I have a dwarf guorami for like a month or so. The first time I set up my tank I was impressed by how "cute" I had set it up but then I realized its not the cuteness that counts but the environment. So I'm here to learn how I can keep my fish happy and healthy. I have many questions and I hope that here I can get some of them answered.

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Welcome to AA yazmin, glad you found us here
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Old 11-03-2012, 02:18 AM   #3
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Welcome!

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Glad you found this place. Do you have a picture of your fish and/or tank?
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Oops, just saw your album pics, should have looked first!
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Old 11-03-2012, 03:57 AM   #6
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Thank you everyone!!

I don't have many pictures of my fish tank but I do have a question. On Thursday I noticed my fish had developed two hole in his top and back fin and a wound on the side of his face near his gills. I don't know what it could be. I always condition the water when I change it.
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Look up hole in the head disease. see if that is it.
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I guess I should ask what kind of fish has the holes? Is it the Dwarf Gourami? Can you see if there any tiny worm like things inside the holes?

also there is a Dwarf Gourami disease, you can check that one too.
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It's just a simple hole no worms no nothing coming out of it. Yes it's a male dwarf gourami. He seems a bit more shy that usual. Ill put up a picture so you can see
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Post it in the freshwater - unhealthy fish. More people can see it and respond to the problem. Also will make the moderators happy.
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