I have attached a picture of my African Dwarf Frog. I got him from PetSmart. I didn't notice at the time but he has a white kind of mark on his nose and above his right eye. I believe it to be some sort of fungal infection - or possibly he was wounded? I know that I should have quarantined him before I put him with the rest of my tank but I don't have an additional tank at the moment. I did not notice until he was in my tank that he had that mark. I also have another larger one who remains hidden the majority of the time, although apart from being shy, he seems fine. I have been hand feeding them and they seem to be becoming more and more active.
His behavior is active and he seems happy.
I have started a cycle of Melafix and Pimafix to help with the healing of wounds, and fighting of bacteria as well as fungus, however I am still unsure if I m going in the right direction.
Ammonia, Nitrate and Nitrates stable and at 0. Ammonia at most at 0.25
Ph: 8 - I know it's a little high but its stable
Weekly 25-30% water changes
Planted Tank 8 Plants - covering the majority of the tank
Ghost shrimp - 9
Neon Tetras - 6
Ramshorn Snails - 8 -I know that's quite a lot but they haven't seem to have had a negative impact on my ammonia levels yet and I like them for the algea control.
2 African Dwarf Frogs.
I know that this is on the verge of too many tank mates however it seems to be under control with levels of ammonia and the tank mates seem to coexist happily.
I am just concerned about the frogs health.
Can anyone diagnose my frog?
Thank you for your help!