02-24-2012, 06:19 AM
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Not enough info on tank (parameter's) for anyone to offer anything other than guess as to what may have contributed to the what looks to be bacterial infection.
Could treat with anti bacterial, but if problem is related to enviornmental stress, (most issues are), and this is not corrected,then prognosis is poor.
Were it me (and it ain't) and all parameter's were in order, and fish was not subjected to cycling,non zero levels of ammonia,nitrites,nitrates are 20 ppm or lower,no attacks from tank mates,I might try 2ml of Hydrogen peroxide (3%) per 10 gal of water for two day's, with 30 to 50 percent water change before first dose, day after first dose,and after last dose and then observe the fish for a few day's for improvement.
Note,, I am no expert on fish illness or disease, nor accept any responsibility for death of fishes should you choose to treat as described.
Would happily accept thank you ,should fishes condition improve.