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  1. So Ive noticed one of my guppy fry has this thing coming out of his anus and I dont know what it is. I treated the tank with fritz para cleanse because some of my females have wasting disease but they dont really seem to be doing bettee after about a week after treatment. Here is the picture of the fry, if anyone could help me identify what it is I would appreciate it a lot :) (by the way all the pictures are the same fish, just really hard to catch on camera)
  2. SOS! This morning my light turned on and I did my usual check of all my fish while they ate. I noticed this red bump near my female platys anal fin. I immediately checked water parameters and they were all in typical range. There have been no new fish or anything added to the tank. I do 20-30% water changes every Sunday. This particular platy was a ‘rescue’ from being flushed because she was ‘ugly.’ I’ve had her for about two years or more in this same tank. The internet said tumor or parasite and to euthanize so I decided to come here instead! Temp - 76.9, Nitrite 0, Nitrate <30, Ammonia 0, PH 8.4 45 gallon tank with her, 10 black mollys, 7 corycats, and one rubberlip pleco with a sponge filter and a Fluval 70 I’m not sure what to do! Any advice would be more than appreciated!
  3. I’ve noticed that many of the Peacock Gudgeons that I have appear to have a prolapsed anus. Some have this present, others do not. A quick look at google images at Peacock Gudgeons reveals a similar result. Is this typical in Peacock Gudgeons? Is this something to be worried about? pH 7.8 GH 10 KH 7 Ammonia 0 Nitrite 0 Nitrate 20 Temp 80
  4. Anyone know what’s going on here? Something is coming out of its butt?
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