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    Greetings, sorry if this has been covered elsewhere, But I have not seen it

    Discussion in 'Freshwater Diseases and Health Issues' started by Meicalnissyen, May 19, 2017.

    1. Meicalnissyen

      Meicalnissyen Registered Member

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      So, I have a stack of 3 75's, common sump and filtration
      top tank has an oscar and a parrot
      middle has a large Jewel, and some up and comers
      bottom tank has a red devil, and is my source of concern

      feeding is a mix of my home made glop frozen in icecube trays, common recipe, been using it with minor variation for years. red devil hates it (cuz he is a true ass, hehe) will only eat bloodworm cubes, and high end dog kibble

      tank has been stable for several years, but in the last 6 months I have noticed this black spot. its slightly larger, I have bumped feeds, water is decent, still a bit hard,(well thru softening and filtration)
      oscar has picked up a small HITH about a year ago, (13") stable, perhaps receding

      I have pics of the black spot, will try to upload

      please look and render opinions on treatment

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      I would just watch the spot. it is probably nothing. If it continues to grow maybe worry about melanoma like disease

      BTW bloodworm cubes and high end dog kibble is not a good diet for a fish
       

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