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Old 12-01-2011, 06:19 AM   #1 
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blood bubbles(?) on fish tails

If its not one thing its another.

I have an adult male CT. He just recently was being treated with Maracyn 2 for Pop Eye.

He normally lives in a 3 gallon heated, filtered tank. His tank temperature hovers around 80 degrees. He gets a 25% to 50% water change once a month.

While he was being treated for popeye he stayed in a 1 gallon vase with a heater and a silk plant so he wasn't miserable. I changed his water every other day. I did a 100% water change for his 3 gallon tank once i took him out to be in QT. He stayed in QT for 2 weeks, his popeye seemed gone in one week but I kept him out for just incase.

I placed him back in his 3 gallon along with some stress coat about 3 days ago. Today I noticed he had these odd growths that look like little blood bubbles on the tips of his tail. He's not acting sick at all and is still eating like a pig. He doesn't scratch or bite or anything. He acts completely normal, but I don't know what these things are that are on his tail.

Anyone know what this is or how to treat it?
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