caylentor Posted December 11, 2022 Share Posted December 11, 2022 Hi folks, This morning I've noticed two white bumps on the lips of several of my White Cloud Mountain Minnows. I don't think they've been there before and with them being on several fish I'm a little worried it could be something sinister like Columnaris. They have been sparring a lot so it could be more benign like a lip injury but given it's on a lot of fish I would seek some advice. Current parameters: pH: 7.2 Ammonia: 0 ppm Nitrites: 0 ppm Nitrates: 0 ppm Water Temperature : 18.0 C I know the 0 Nitrates looks odd but it's been reading that consistently since about October. We've had a staghorn and blackbeard algae outbreak since then so I suspect that's where the nitrates are going. Behaviour wise they seem normal, everyone is eating ok and being social. I've managed to get a few photos (sorry they're a little blurry, the fish are incredibly fast and won't sit still to have their picture taken): Any thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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