I feel like I've already posted rather a lot of threads on this site, but I've found it so helpful and I'm quite worried so here I go, posting another one
I have a 20 liter tank which I'm currently in the process of moving to a 60 liter tank. well I haven't really started doing this yet, just purchased extra equipment for the new tank.
I've had this tank for years and it's very well established. At the moment the pH is around neutral, perhaps tending towards acid a bit. the water is very brown because of the driftwood in the tank. the filter is a little home-made sponge filter which is really gentle on the fish and effective.
the current inhabitants of the tank are a golden gourami, an angelfish and 3 little panda corys which I just got today and intend to put in the new tank, along with the other fish, when I set it up.
for a while I've noticed my angelfish's right eye has looked a bit odd. normally he's a very healthy fish and has never been sick in his life before except for a very mild bout of fin rot once that cleared up when I did a water change. well recently I've noticed a little patch of white stuff on his eye that looks a bit like fungus, his eye looks a little inflamed and also in the past few days debris from the tank floor has been sticking to him, which makes me think he's producing excess mucous as a result of irritation or something. he's acting fine, as greedy as ever and swimming around happily, but I'm a little worried considering that I'm moving him to a new tank soon. I want to know if there's something wrong with him and if so treat him before I move him to the new tank