11-18-2013, 01:13 PM
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Originally Posted by thekoimaiden
I'm going with either an injury or a genetic mutation. Often culls are sold to pet stores instead of being euthanized. Many times these culls show inferior genetics, one of those being uneven eyes. If the fish begins showing signs of illness such as lethargy and unwillingness to eat, that's when you should step in with treatment.
As to the overstocked issue, I don't believe you are. Four goldfish in a 75 gal is a great stocking level in my opinion.
5 actually plus the bristlenose pleco but those don't grow more than 5 inches Posted via Mobile Device