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    Ok so here's what I'm working with......

    20g Tall
    4 Harlequin Rasboras
    3 julii corys
    1 guppy
    1 very small angel
    3 oto's
    1 dwarf guarami
    Marineland Penquin 150b
    Aqueon Quietflow 10
    Perform weekly 30% water changes
    Ammonia-0 Nitrites-0 Nitrates-30

    Tank has been running for a couple months and has been cycled for about a month or so.

    This evening I noticed a spot on my DG near one of his eyes, it almost looks as if a chunk of skin is missing. He also has what looks like a swollen abdomen, almost like he swallowed something big. He has a similar mark on the opposite side.

    I started looking around and noticed that two of my HRs have what looks like a white thread like substance on one side of them and one side only. One of them also has what I would describe as a "flipped up" gill. It's like you can see right inside the fish.

    I have moved the three of these fish to a quarantine tank until I figure out what's going on. It seems like everyone else in the tank is doing fine. All fish, including the "sick" ones have had a normal appetite.

    Any help would be appreciated.
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