Hey all. To start, I wanted to say I'll try and post pics today once the aquarium lights come on. I've noticed over the past few days that 2 of my killifish have something going on with their eyes. They are living in an established fish tank. I recently upgraded them to a larger tank and used cycled water and substrate from the tank the were originally in and from one of my older established tanks. So for the most part it's 90% cycled water in there. A few days after setup, tank, plants, substrate, rocks etc., I noticed 2 of them have a growth on their eye. Doesn't look like cloudy eye as its not fuzzy or white. It moreso looks like a part of damages lens with a tubular growth that is white at the tip only. I originally thought it was just eye trauma that might of occurred as they were settling into their new tank . However the long tubular part coming off their eye has gotten longer and turned white. If you look at the eye it isn't cloudy. Just has a tubular thing in center of eye with white on its tip. So here is the eye as I see it: o)>-- white at the tip of the -. Any ideas guys? I hate to start dosing with chems. All water parameters are suitable for them. I use the chemical water testers as an fyi. I plan to start doing partial water changes daily and to increase the amount of stress coat for now. I'm fairly new to killifish and have never seen this before. Not sure if it's specific to them or all fish, again as I have never seen this type of issue before.