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Old 05-18-2014, 06:27 PM   #1
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Fungus/ick or just small injury?

My tank meets all needs for angel fish. My one black angel has some white on its side. He has paired with another angel and he chases other fish away when eggs are present. So this could be an injury from fighting. The white wasn't coming up so I had to use a flash. Is this ick or just an injury? With flash Attachment 237645
Without flash Attachment 237647 still comes to the surface every time I walk by to beg for food. Attachment 237648
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Old 05-20-2014, 10:30 PM   #2
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Old 05-20-2014, 10:32 PM   #3
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That does not look like ICH. if there are tiny white spots on the fish, then you have ICH. here are some images: ich - Bing Images
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Okay good, thanks. It seems better than when I first posted. I just wanted to make sure so I wouldn't infect the rest of my tank.
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Okay good, thanks. It seems better than when I first posted. I just wanted to make sure so I wouldn't infect the rest of my tank.
Whoa. You should always quarantine fish before introducing them into a display tank. Always! You never know when fish carry bacterial infections undetectable to the naked eye...then ALL your fish die.
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I've had this fish for about 6 months. He's not a new fish.
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I've had this fish for about 6 months. He's not a new fish.
Ah. Good Deal.
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