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    that oto looks awfully bloated. Do you feed them well? Such as additional vegetables? If not, I'd be worried that the bloating is a sign from something other than fin rot. Perhaps dropsy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sharkman
    that oto looks awfully bloated. Do you feed them well? Such as additional vegetables? If not, I'd be worried that the bloating is a sign from something other than fin rot. Perhaps dropsy?

    he's always been like that though. I just assumed it as a good sign and that he was eating. I would be much more worried if he didn't have a big tummy. Though he does seem a big large so I hope it isn't something else.
    10g- 5 diamond tetra, 1 oto, 1 albino BN pleco, 1 assassin snail and 2 blue shrimp. Heavily planted tank.

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    Sadly I lost my sick oto last night. He was on the 4th day of treatment of maracyn and was looking a little better but he may have just been too far gone. I also added some ferts for the first time last night so I hope that didn't contribute to his death and was just coincidental.

    Thank you guys for all your help though.
    Last edited by Z Fish Man; 06-30-2009 at 03:19 PM.
    10g- 5 diamond tetra, 1 oto, 1 albino BN pleco, 1 assassin snail and 2 blue shrimp. Heavily planted tank.

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