ApiApi Posted January 15 Share Posted January 15 I just today noticed that some of my sewellia lineolata have these white 'tufts' on the outer edge of their modified fins. As such, I am wondering if this is normal (i.e. sensory organs, common growths, results of territorial sparring, etc) or if it could be a sign of disease/parasites? The six loaches are all very active, frequently sparring, unafraid of their tankmates and not at all shy, and none of the other fish in the tank are showing any signs of disease or stress (rather the opposite as they are frequently scattering eggs). Any ideas of what this could be? Tank parameters are as follows: pH - 6.8 Nitrates - 10ppm Hardness - GH5 Nitrite - 0ppm Ammonia - 0ppm KH/Buffer - 6°d Water Temperature - 25°C/77F Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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