Gill Disease

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish Disease' started by Mindelo, May 25, 2018.

  1. MindeloNew MemberMember

    is my molly sick?
    i just noted this today
    the gill area seems detached from the body, but the fish is feeding and swimming ok
    can you guys give me any hints on this?
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  2. Mick Frost

    Mick FrostValued MemberMember

    Probably gill flukes. Salt bath.
     
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    MindeloNew MemberMember

    thanks Mick, unfortunately the fish died
    i'm posting other files, maybe you can exact identify the disease
    i'm really intrigued by this, it took me time to identify this disease because the fish behavior was completely normal
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  4. Whitewolf

    WhitewolfWell Known MemberMember

    Prazipro kills flukes 1 trillion times better than salt
     
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    MindeloNew MemberMember

    thanks whitewolf, so you sure this is gill flukes?
     
  6. Whitewolf

    WhitewolfWell Known MemberMember

    Yeah most likely Any other odd symptoms?
    Clout will work too
     
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    MindeloNew MemberMember

    thats the problem whitewolf, the fish behavior was completly normal
    thankfully the other fish are ok
    i'll do a extend research on gill flukes
    thanks again Mick Frost and Whitewolf
     




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