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  1. I'm still concerned about Fire Marshall Stanley. He's such a dear he just lets me scoop him up, mainly to inspect/photograph him and weigh him (29 grams, he's gained 4 grams in a month!) - since he had stringy poo not long ago and went through a full antibiotic round (MediGold). His poo is FINE now after antibiotics and I don't want to over-analyze the situation. I'm concerned that he's the only Ryukin that is turning black. Here is a photo from today. I bought some Melefix today just to be safe 'cause his fins look like they might have fin rot. I have a quarantine tank at the ready, but don't want to stress him out. "Mom, did I do something bad?" Here's my good side, stop worrying. I'm including a photo of him about 90 days ago, when he arrived overnight via Bluegrass Aquatics. It looks like his fin was eaten away back then too. But that doesn't mean he still doesn't have a treatable problem. I hope this question will help others too.
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