Fish problem please help

  1. Izakg

    Izakg Initiate Member

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    Amm = o
    Nitrite = 0
    Nitrate = 20
    Temp just turned to 29C

    Please help lost a neon and danio already. Overnight they passed away and could not pick up the problem. just saw this today [pic]. Please help.[​IMG][​IMG]

    Its a white spot on his lip. Cant see it on anyone else.
     


  2. tokiodreamy

    tokiodreamy Well Known Member Member

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    Is it fuzzy? The pictures are hard to see since danios are so quick. Can you post a video? It might be mouth fungus
     


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    Izakg

    Izakg Initiate Member

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  4. axel

    axel Well Known Member Member

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    seprate it from tank NOWWW
     
  5. Silister Trench

    Silister Trench Well Known Member Member

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    Fuzzy spots on mouth and gills are usually associated with fungal infections caused by bacteria. I would also separate infected fish and try to treat. When it's on the mouth I've seen it spread to the gills in just a few short days, and then no more fish.
     
  6. oldsalt777

    oldsalt777 Well Known Member Member

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    Hello Izak...

    Most, if not all tank problems have to do with poor water conditions. Large, frequent water changes are the simplest way to keep the tank water healthy for your fish. Small tanks up to 30 gallons should get a 50 percent change at least every few days. Tanks larger than this need 50 percent changes weekly. This routines guarantees stable and clean conditions for whatever lives it.

    Tank keeping is pretty simple, the more water you change and the more often you change it, the healthier the tank.

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