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Hello Bob. I have 2 strange cases going on in my tank, and have
spent a few days searching and reading on possible causes. I have found
very similar threads on WWB, that seem indicative on what is going on. I
would like to state them and ask if my analysis seems right.
1. Miniatus grouper, (3 inches) has a very large eye on one side. It is
not cloudy, suggesting it is a physical injury, and not an infection. My
hypothesis here is either another fish, or a rock, caused this swelling.
He still eats very good, Mysis, krill, clam etc, but the larger eye is
very much noticeable. Treatment: good water quality and nutrition.
2. Indian Trigger (5 inches) Has white spots or patches on only one side
of his body. Have developed there a few days ago, and have not spread or
reduced any. Certainly do not believe it is parasitic in nature, Ich
Again, physical injury/repair. Still eats anything I put in there, and
doesn't any abnormal. Same scenario here as the aforementioned, good
parameters and food.
I do have a .3 copper (Cupramine) in the tank. It has been in there
about 3 weeks now, I was thinking this could be irritating/itchy the
fish. On Monday, I will start to use poly pads to remove it.
What do you think of my diagnosis?
<As stated. B>
HELP - 11/25/12
Hi, I have a 55g tank that has been set up for over a
year and half now, I have never had any major issues with the tank, but
when i arrived home from vacation the water was very cloudy,
my Koran Angel (Juvenile)
<This species needs more room than this>
has pop eye and red legions and my lunar wrasse wont swim, he just lays on
the bottom of the tank. Please help, I have already contacted a local
pet store and they had no idea what to do, I'm at a loss as
<I am not. When/where in doubt, change a good percentage of the water
<Send along useful data. Bob Fenner>