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Old 12-02-2011, 11:22 AM   #11 
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Old 12-02-2011, 01:01 PM   #13 
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Has anyone thought if this might be fin regrowth? Now that he's in a clean tank? My fish get fins like this when they regrow. Just a thought :)
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I've never had fuzzy regrowth o_O The clear, is regrowth. fuzzy (in my experience only) usually says there is something wrong.
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Old 12-02-2011, 01:33 PM   #15 
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I never seen the fuzzy comment, I don't have that with regrowth but I also only have two CT's and one is a butterfly so his regrowth is weird. BUT, I've never seen fuzzy on any finrot here either lol
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"I noticed last night that he has some white/transparent colored tips on his anal fin and caudal fin. They look slightly fuzzy and like they're about to fall off. Since I bought him Sunday, his water is still clean and I've been careful not to overfeed him. What should I do? " first post I've seen fuzzy on fin rot o.o It looks gross. it's usually in colder water though that it appears the most.
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Old 12-02-2011, 02:26 PM   #17 
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Change water every two-three days like Sena said
If it does not seem to be gettng better, I would treat with 1 tsp of Aquarium salt per gallon of water (you can get that at Walmart in the fish section for less than $5)
change water EVERY two days MIN.
and keep a close eye on him for any other signs :)
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Old 12-06-2011, 09:09 AM   #18 
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Hi everyone,
I've been cleaning the water daily and his fins still a little white but seem to generally be getting better as long as it's a full water change every day.

The latest thing is, this morning I noticed some white around his gills... it looks like dead skin, and it appears to be falling off. Could this be shedding or do you think the fungus has spread? He is still very active and eating normally.
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Does it look fuzzy? if it does it is spreading... someone else will have more info on that. If it looks just white or similar to scarring it can just be ammonia burns healing up.
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