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Old 10-11-2004, 06:09 PM
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My ikola aqua blues has little black dot around head and on fins. Has any buddy seen this [img][/img]
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THIS is the only one that could sit still. they have those spots on fins around there mouth and on there head HELP
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Thank's Brian
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Perfectly normal. My Kapampa fry had them as well and grew out of them.
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Mine too!!!!
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That's just great news
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