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Old 11-19-2010, 01:14 PM   #11 
Adastra
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Perfectly normal, you're just seeing the slight protrusion of his swim bladder--the organ that controls the fish's depth in the water. As for the spikes, he probably has some crowntail somewhere in his lineage, also normal. As your fish grows and ages, you should expect the spikes to grow longer and become more distinct.
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