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    Sorry for the bad photos. Ive rescued him 3 days ago and he isnt eating since then. He is not very active and he has a pale redness near his tail and along his body. I suspect that he has some kind of internal infection. Ive had another iridiscent shark that showed the same symptoms and after almost 2 weeks without eating a treatment with kanaplex solved the problem, so im thinking about doing the same with him. What do you think?

    right now he is in a temp quarantine of 60L with a filter of 500 L/H and a heater ,24 C. He's around 10 cm

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    Hi. he is eating now. but a few times during the day he is stopping to move and hanging in the spot. ive never seen a panaga acting like this, those fish swim all the time.. do ou thing this might be a sign for disease?

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