OnlyGenusCaps Posted December 15, 2022 Share Posted December 15, 2022 So I have a tank where two fish were exhibiting signs of whirling fish disease: swimming in corkscrew patterns around slowly. One has died now, and the movements of the other are starting to get more dominated by the same corkscrew motion. Here is the problem: these are not salmanoid fish, I have had them for longer than 80 days with no new introductions, it is a species only tank, the fish impacted are the oldest not the young ones, and I have fed out no worms to these fish. So, it can't be this disease, right? That said, this is the disease that most fits the symptoms. Any ideas what else it might be? And then how to treat whatever it is? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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