Amano Help!

Alex Pasquale

Valued Member
Messages
82
Reaction score
36
Points
53
Experience
1 year
That's a possibility it has Muscular Necrosis, but don't panic yourself just yet. First off, how long has it been like this? Just today?
 

SFGiantsGuy

Well Known Member
Messages
1,088
Reaction score
388
Points
108
Experience
More than 10 years
Or maybe he's just a big one! I have 2 that are really really big and fat, because they are massive pigs! lol
 
  • Thread starter
  • Thread Starter
  • #4

Mop1972

New Member
Messages
17
Reaction score
2
Points
3
Alex Pasquale said:
That's a possibility it has Muscular Necrosis, but don't panic yourself just yet. First off, how long has it been like this? Just today?
Yes noticed it yesterday . He is still eating but swimming oddly..it almost looks like his back is really stiff and hard for
Him to move
 

Alex Pasquale

Valued Member
Messages
82
Reaction score
36
Points
53
Experience
1 year
Mop1972 said:
Yes noticed it yesterday . He is still eating but swimming oddly..it almost looks like his back is really stiff and hard for
Him to move
Okay here's what I would do. Give it about a day or so and just watch him closely because it may just be something simple like him over-eating or something. Check your water parameters every couple hours to make sure nothing is fluctuating. If you still notice he is having issues, then I would quarantine him into a hospital tank so you could possibly treat him with some aquarium salts or possibly some Epsom salt.
 
Toggle Sidebar

Aquarium Calculator

Follow FishLore!





Top Bottom