I didn't think anything of it until the day after I bought him, but now the more I look the more there seems to be a problem.
I have a veiltail from a LPS back home. He's quite the chicken; haven't seen him flare once, not even when I put his cup beside my other two fish. The other two reacted with breeding stripes and flaring, but this new veiltail couldn't have cared less. Beyond that he swims fine, eats fine and likes to hide in a little saucer I've put in his temporary tank. Only thing is, he looks... misshapen.
His head always looks like it's turned to the right. Looking down from the top, his body doesn't make a straight line; there's a slight bend right behind his neck that aims his head to the right. I've been inspecting this bend and I THINK I see a little bump on the left side right behind his head, but I'm not sure if I'm just being paranoid. I can't get any pictures because I don't have a camera, but I was just wondering if this is something that's fairly common/not too problematic? Just a birth defect that won't affect his quality of life? I know I'm not giving you much to work on; I'm just hoping someone has seen something similar and can shed a little light.