I'm back for a bit guys. :P
I recently started trying to breed rosies using somewhat decent stock that was from a feeder bin.
It's been about a week since I got them, and physically they're all doing well.
However, seeing as they are the pink strain, I could see through their bodies and noticed a few with a bunch of circular white clumps. *on their insides*
I threw the ones with this back in with my feeder stock. Two other fish in the remaining school of 9 appear to have olive-grayish spots inside their bodies, specifically right near one's pectoral fin and one on the base of the tailfin of the other. I was thinking that since these areas do not appear to bulge as in the others, they may be the larvae of some sort of clam, or they're some sort of disease. I put two drops of a methylene blue in the tank. *It's a 10*
Any suggestions or help on this matter would be greatly appreciated. :P