Discussion in 'Corydoras' started by fish time, Jul 30, 2017.
Is this stuff on my corys gill natural color or not I was just worried
Could you turn your tank lights off, shine a good flashlight on it and then take a picture? I know I ask weird things, sorry
Yes I will try that Sounds hard but I will try
I'm trying to rule out a parasite. Thanks. Oh and I forgot to call in the cavalry. @DoubleDutch
Double Dutch would be a good help to he is quite a cory guy
Yup, he's the best. Different time zone though, just be patient. Now about those patches that possibly look golden to me???
He is still active and eating perfectly fine I just wonder what exactly is that patch only on one side he has it
It's good that he is behaving normally. Maybe Dutch will come on and say, Oh that's just normal coloring. It is kinda hard to see in your pic. I was just trying to check for velvet. It appears most frequently on the gill area. Hard to spot though. Flashlight in the dark is the best tool. But again, hoping Dutch say just normal coloring.
I think is just natural coloring of the plates around the gills. Have a look at these pics of my albinos. Same I think.
Took these pics just of my normally colored ones.
Those are great Dutch! I think she has her answer.
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