OK, I know this picture is terrible, but it's all I've got:
I had a rasbora about 3 weeks ago (the above picture), one of my smaller ones. Its right pectoral fin seemed to get really thick. I thought that it had been nipped by another fish and was damaged or something. The fin didn't move, and the fish had a little trouble swimming, but was mostly fine. Then after a couple days it had a lot of trouble swimming and died.
A couple days ago I found another rasbora with the same problem, except this is my largest rasbora, and this time it's both of the pectoral fins. It's still able to move the fins, but is having trouble breathing -- its gills are moving very fast. I can't see any fungus on the gills, though. Really, the only thing I can see is that the pectoral fins are thick-looking and much more visible than any of my other fish, and the fish is twitching its gills spastically.