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post #121 of 422 (permalink) Old 01-26-2012, 04:44 PM Thread Starter
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I think Wal-mart is the only place I can think of that sells cameras around here. I may check at Best buy when I go back up to Branson. I hope it's just a battery. I can't think of anything I could have bumped it on.
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post #122 of 422 (permalink) Old 01-26-2012, 07:13 PM
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:V the gals i got from ya before christmas are doing good! the blue gal for Ma is having issues, though. :T her anal fin is vanishing, and nothing i do is helping it. i've treated her for fin rot, but it's still vanishing. i'm getting pretty worried. D: she's active and seems happy, though.

as for the blue pastel gal, is great, though. active, happy. she built a bubble nest. THAT was strange, but adorable.

i'll have to get updated pics for ya, of all five i bought from ya. :)

also, i adore some of the new boys you posted. o-o i wish i had money and space for just one more! lol
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That sounds like a very aggressive bacterial infection. The only way I've been able to get results in that situation (other than cutting off the affected finnage) is 2 teaspoons of salt per gallon with a fungus cure and change the water every day. It's so frustrating to watch their fins deteriorate right down to the body and lose them no matter what you do to stop it. I only get about half of them cured. Luckily I only get one or two cases a year.
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i've been treating her with salt. it IS quite frustrating. :T Ma adores the fish, and i'd hate to lose her. Dx she seems very happy, despite her anal fin vanishing so quickly. i've NEVER had this happen before. all my other fin issues, i've been able to cure quickly, but this one... nothing i do is working.
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You might try applying a liquid fugnus treatment or methyline blue directly on the affected area with a cotton swab.
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oof. poor lady. :T i'll hafta get some. not used to illnesses i can't cure with what i have on hand.
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Chard, I just messaged you about a similar problem with my female, and then I read this thread, haha. Could my girly have the same problem?

....Just keep swimming...

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Such pretty fishies! I wish I could grab one from ya...I want a black orchid SOOOOOOOOOOO BAAAAAD. They're definitely my faves...those and anything with a light colored face...love those cute little black eyes! Gah...I wish I had room for another =)

Proud owner of Jekyll the golden mystery snail =3


RIP Marbles, Chili Pepper, Emanon, and Jackson the bettas; Wisdom, Courage, Power, and Applesauce the ghosties, and Hyde the snail.
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my mom will be getting taxes soon, i'll probably try to buy the copper gold DBT girl or the pastel green boy x3 because my mom wants me to get a betta IN the country

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Chard's yellow coppers are amazing. :V i have one, and she's just amazing. she's even got a little purple on her fins. :3 the one male i got from him, is super epic. he's active, doesn't tail bite, despite his epic finnage, and is my best bubble nester. :B
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