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    Thread: Fish has shiny dot mark please help

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      Hiero is offline Junior Member
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      Fish has shiny dot mark please help

      What is this on fish?

      How do I get rid of?
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      Hard to tell from the photo could possibly be a peeling scale that hasnt come off. Will leave it and monitor for time being.

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      I agree it looks like your fish has lost a scale.

      Yorkie
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      .Looks like the scale is still there. possible scale is dying. ?

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      On doitsu koi when scales come loose they sometimes are clear and get this look before they fall off. If it is a loose scale if you look close you should be able to see the outer edge of the scale.
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      It appears to me like your fish is losing its scale.

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