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Hi All, I've taken some fecal samples of my goldfish and noticed a shocking volume of what I believe to be an intestinal protozoa parasite that looks exactly like these under the microscope: I found on this forum that tetrahymena rarely attacks internally, but I have many goldfish that now have this in their feces. There are hundreds of them in each fecal sample. I cannot find any information as to what other type of parasite they could be. Does anyone know if tetrahymena is often found in goldfish feces or if this is a different type of protozoa that I could treat with Metronidazole? Thank you!