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    Splayed fin?

    Discussion in 'Freshwater Diseases and Health Issues' started by mr.bigglesworth, Mar 10, 2012.

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      What is this? My parrot fish has had this.for about 6 months. It hasn't healed one bit:banghead::mad:

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      Bump. its still there 3 months later and i dont know what's wrong with that fin. idk if you can tell by pic. just let me know if you need another pic
       
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      It doesn't look red or irritated. Maybe its just going to stay that way.

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      I don't think its gonna heal up.
       
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      My 16" dovii has a tail that was split bad when i rescued him from a lfs @ 4". It never healed and its been a couple years. Somtimes they just dont heal. But at the same time i have a texas male that had a split in his tail when i got him, didnt think it would heal but after a few months it started to heal. Hope you get lucky and yours heals.

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      Sorry, ignore my last post just looked at the pic again i thought it was split. Yea the rays will stay like that. Alot of times if their fin is damaged good enough the rays will kind of deform

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