They don't look clamped to me, just relaxed. Could you get us a still shot of him? Maybe indicate by circling where you're seeing fin rot?Also are his tail fins clamped he is a veiltail
He looks good. I don't see any signs of anything on his body. Some veiltails are thinner, others stockier, some have longer fins, etc.Ya they are fine it’s just he just recovered from some bloat recently
Also his fins don’t look like some photos of other veil fins
That could very well just be a rip or tear. If it becomes more torn or has a red edge along the cut then I think that would be cause for concern. I would suggest you just keep an eye on it for now. As long as his parameters are kept in check and he's kept at an appropriate temperature then he should recover just fine on his own. The tannins are a great idea as a general preventative though, so I would suggest you keep that up year round if you canLike the bottom fin has this thin hanging piece of fin
Will this work?
Do you have a photo of how he looked before these changes to his fins started happening?If you look at the top fin ,is it fin rot I have already put in Indian almond leaves to try to fight it .
Ah, that's so convenient! I wish! You should sell the leaves online, I bet it'd be an easy way to make a bit of money.I have access to a whole tree so that should not be a problem,thankfully now the torn area is just regular coloration
Generally unless I run out the tank would always have at least one leaf
That's what I was thinking lol. Having an IAL tree is an aquarist's dreamAh, that's so convenient! I wish! You should sell the leaves online, I bet it'd be an easy way to make a bit of money.
I have a veiltale right now with a shorter top fin (ventral). I do really think that he is ok.I literally did nothing except fast him but it wasn’t a really bad case of bloat
His top fin doesn’t seem to be healing much , I bought Him about 8 months ago
Yes, fin regrowth can be a slow process at times, especially if he has a habit of laying on rough surfaces, or getting tangled up in decor, that kind of thing.It’s at a park so i don’t own it but ya it’s very convenient and money saving
This was his past episode of fin rot
But is fin regrowth a slow process?