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Old 04-14-2013, 12:57 AM   #11 
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veggiegirl - Thanks for your help! She ate her 2 pellets and a freeze-dried BW last on Thursday. I will watch for any other parasite signs. Can they get parasites if I am not feeding live food?

She is resting now, and hopefully will be better in the morning. This is such mystery to me, and I am not sure what happened. I am a stickler for conditioning/aging water for 50% water changes and not overfeeding, so I am not sure how a toxin got to her. I'll be watching everyone more closely now.
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Looks like internal parasites if her poop is that stringy white evilness.
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Old 04-14-2013, 09:06 AM   #13 
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I know in goldfish if they are constipated their first pooh will be a lot paler because it gets re-digested almost. Idk if that applies to bettas
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