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I have two female endlers that have this patchy discoloration on them. I am fairly new to fish keeping, and despite research, I'm not sure what to treat them for. They are in a community tank with Neocaridina, Amanos and snails as well as live plants. I have Hikari Ich-x on hand (which I've been using), and have ordered Maracyn and  ParaCleanse. 

 

Thoughts? Suggestions?

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Possible columnaris it a gram negative bacterial infection that spreads more quickly at higher temperatures and can kill your fish in 24hr to 7 days depending on the stain the most effective treatment is a combination of kanaplex and jungal fungus clear fizz tabs containing nitrofurazone following this treatment plan just in case something else is going on What are your water parameters ammonia nitrite nitrate KH GH temperature @BrittStar

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The amount of nitrofurazone in jungal fungus clear fizz tabs is at low enough dose that it won't effect your invertebrates kanaplex can causes some of invertebrates to slow down it shouldn't harm your  I would recommend treating your fish in quarantine tank @BrittStar

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