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there is something seriously wrong with my red jelly bean parrot fish
We have a 92 gal. freshwater tank with angels, kissing, blue, flame, and powder blue gouramis. We just did a 50% water change because we had mysteriously lost our two sharks a golden angel and 2 botias. All levels of ph, ammonia, nitrates and nitrites, are in safe ranges.
We have a Fluval 450 filter with all the fixins.
Our Red Jellybean Parrot fish, we also have a beautiful bright yellow one, has started physically changing. It looks like me may have gotten attacked by another fish because it looks like his one eye is damaged. He has always been PURE RED, now he has black all over his fins his head his body, everywhere. Our other parrot fish is just fine. For sure this is not his coloring, could it be a fungus or parasite? It adds wonderful color to the tank and he was fun to watch...All help will be appreciated. Thanks
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