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    barbels turning black?

    Discussion in 'Freshwater Diseases and Health Issues' started by white specter crayfish, May 8, 2018.

    1. white specter crayfish

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      I have 3 gold dojo loaches and one of them has barbels that are turning black. Is this a disease? what can I do about it?
       
    2. Audaxcity

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      Probably normal. I once had a goldfish that completely went from black to orange. I think this is a thing with the variable man-made colormorphs.
       
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      Ok thanks, he is acting normal, sifting through the sand and doing what gold dojo loaches do, I just wasn't sure if I should be concerned or not. Thank you
       

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