Male Platy With Clamped Fin

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish Disease' started by Beginner101, Apr 13, 2018.

  1. Beginner101

    Beginner101 Valued Member Member

    Around 3 days ago I noticed my platy has a clamped tail/claudal fin. He doesn't move much and usually lays on the gravel. He is also lethargic now and didn't really eat. When he does swim it's not the best looking, he tries to move his whole body( probably because his tail fin is clamped). Parameters are good 0ppm ammonia, 0ppm nitrite and 5-10ppm nitrate. He is a 20g tank with 2 female Platys 3 gourami and 10 neon tetras. In fact he's a expecting dad. Don't wanna see him die. Here are some pictures to help identify the disease. He also doesn't lay on the gravel he kind of tilts down too.



    I think it's fin rot. IMG_20180413_153131.jpg 1523573337450.jpg 1523573446099.jpg 1523654698660.jpg 1523654802334.jpg
     
  2. g

    glofishguy1234567890 Valued Member Member

    I think it is fin rot also.
     
  3. OP
    OP
    Beginner101

    Beginner101 Valued Member Member

    Yeah but unfortunately he passed this morning.
     
  4. g

    glofishguy1234567890 Valued Member Member

    Oh sorry. You should still treat the tank in case it got passed on.
     
  5. OP
    OP
    Beginner101

    Beginner101 Valued Member Member

    Ah, that's what I thought but I didn't get the meds today. Their is a snow/ice storm where I live. I'll still get the melafix tommorow then. Thanks, it's good to be safe than sorry.
     




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