I know these pictures are awful but it's the best I can do. I actually park a chair in front of my tank every day and watch the fish. I count them to make sure no one is missing and look for problems. Tonight I found this little guy. At first I thought he had white lumps but after I isolated him in my little tank it really looks like he scraped some scales off. Only problem with that theory is it's on both sides of him but predominately his left side. His blue line is clearly "broken" and it almost looks like his tail droops. He eats and swims fine. He shares is 38G tank with other neon tetras, platies and panda corys, 32" fish though none are mature yet. The platies and corys ignore the tetras. Ammonia 0, Nitrite 0, Nitrate 5. Any thoughts? He's already in salted water and I added stress coat.