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Hi, I’m not sure where to put this, but my African dwarf frog has had red legs for a while w/no progressive symptoms until today. I saw him/her (don’t know sex yet) bleeding from under the eye. Here are some pictures of them. Named mobile, 4 years old. Pls help?

Organism Plant Atmospheric phenomenon Petal Underwater
Fawn Grass Felidae Rhesus macaque Terrestrial animal
Organism Plant Atmospheric phenomenon Petal Underwater
Fawn Grass Felidae Rhesus macaque Terrestrial animal


Sorry for poor quality. I don’t know any tank specs, and I am concerned
 

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I think it might be a fungal infection. Why is your water green?
 
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I think it might be a fungal infection. Why is your water green?
His tank is in direct sunlight, so his tank develops a lot of algae. His water is actually mostly clear, but the side has a lot of algae to give the impression that it’s green. Since posting this, he’s been much better, not lethargic or anything, and he seems like he’s doing well. No more bleeding and I’ve heard that healthy ones can have redder extremities but not thighs/skin.
 

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Ok, I would definitely try to move your tank away from the window though.
 
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