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Old 10-27-2020, 06:28 AM   #1
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Whitish Green Poop?

I have a black molly that has been in my tank for 3 months now. Recently i noticed that ita poop has been light green as shown in picture and im not sure if its because it has been eating the duckweed or because its sick. It has also recently recovered from white spots after i isolated it in a tank w aquarium salt.

I have 4 2 month molly fry in the tank as well and their poop is sometimes brown, sometimes green (but a darker shade than the black molly).

I check ammonia levels is 0.

Any help is appreciated!
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Is it long, thin and stringy?
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I have a black molly that has been in my tank for 3 months now. Recently i noticed that ita poop has been light green as shown in picture and im not sure if its because it has been eating the duckweed or because its sick. It has also recently recovered from white spots after i isolated it in a tank w aquarium salt.



I have 4 2 month molly fry in the tank as well and their poop is sometimes brown, sometimes green (but a darker shade than the black molly).



I check ammonia levels is 0.



Any help is appreciated!

Its eating the duckweed and other plant matter.
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