white spot

Discussion in 'Freshwater Fish Disease' started by Marlena, Nov 6, 2005.

  1. MarlenaNew MemberMember

    Yesterday I bought 4 Rosy Barbs from my local fish store. When I got home I noticed A white dot right in the middle of two of the fishes eyes. Does anyone know what this is or could it hurt my other fish? Do you think that the fish are blind? What should I do?
    Thank You Marlena
     
  2. Butterfly

    ButterflyModeratorModerator Member

    Marlena Welcome to fish lore!!
    Stop in the welcome forum and tell us a little about you and your fish.
    Does your swim ok? Does it act sick? Keep an eye on it and keep up your water changes, this seems to keep your fish well and heal them more than anything else. hope hat helps.
    Carol
     
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    MarlenaNew MemberMember

    The fish look ok. They are swiming around ok and they are eating. It does not look like ick. I just do not know.
     




  4. Butterfly

    ButterflyModeratorModerator Member

    Sounds like your doing a good job already by being so observant. Remember to do your water changes and keep an eye on it. Doesn't sound like anything contagious to your other fish. maybe an old injury.
    Carol
     
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    MarlenaNew MemberMember

    Thank you for your help Marlena.
     
  6. Butterfly

    ButterflyModeratorModerator Member

    Always glad to help!!! Yell if you need nything else ;D
    Carol
     
  7. jim55379Valued MemberMember

    was the white spot ick? And if so arre they still alive??? ??? :mad: :-X
     
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    MarlenaNew MemberMember

    Yes it was Ick. All of the fish lived. I hope that it never happens again. Thanks for your help. Marlena
     
  9. jim55379Valued MemberMember

    hmmmm??? success??? Please let me know your secret. Ive lost 2 tanks already. I think the 2nd tank because I used that malcite and I believe that killed them quicker than the actual ick. what did you use? Did you turn your heater real high like to 90 degrees?
     
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