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Old 07-18-2012, 10:32 PM   #1 
rachelled
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Red gills?

About a week ago my female betta and one of my males spawned. It went almost like clockwork and I was quite pleased, but when I separated the pair I noticed her gills were all red.

I attributed it to mating roughousing and haven't thought of it till now a week later, when I noticed that despite her water changes and bettafix, her gills are still red.

Any ideas?? Her tail was ripped during mating, but it is healing splendidly so I'm at a bit of a loss as to what is causing her red gills. She is super active and wiggling excitedly at me even as I type...
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Old 07-19-2012, 01:06 PM   #2 
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If one side of the gill is redder than the other than she has an inflamed gill. You can treat this with a 100% water change and then add some meds. for more info about this go to bettatalk.com and click the health section and you can read more about this. I am sorry, but i have never had to treat this so bettatalk.com would be more helpful. Sorry but hope i helped a little bit
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