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sick pinktail trigger

Discussion in 'Saltwater Illness and Disease' started by Pheonix_aust, Jan 1, 2011.

  1. Pheonix_aust

    Pheonix_aust Registered Member

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    hi guys
    ive got a prob with my pink tailed trigger he`s in a 160 gallon tank with other triggers and puffers. lately he has lost his colour and is rubbing up against rocks and gravel. im at a lose for what is wrong. there are no signs of fungus or parrasites
     
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    Haydn24 Boo!

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    That can be a good sign of ich... I would remove it to a quarintine tank if possible and closely monitor.. Goodluck!
     

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