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    Silver Arowana Worm mole?

    Discussion in 'Arowanas' started by bqnqnqboat, Feb 11, 2019.

    1. bqnqnqboat

      bqnqnqboat Feeder Fish

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      Hi folks,

      I just recognized today that my albino silver arowana developed a dangerously looking mole near his eye. Please see the attached pics. I suspect this is caused by some type of worm.

      Do you have any suggestions what I should do in this case to remedy the issue?

      I appreciate any help you can give. Thanks. 20190210_220127.jpg 20190210_220145.jpg
    2. islandguy11

      islandguy11 Dovii

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      I wish I could advise on this but really am not sure what it is, hoping someone else will chime in here for you. I know not easy to get close-ups but if you could it would help. Does it seem to be growing bigger? Anything that has changed in his environment recently?

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