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    Water changes in large tank

    Thanks for the ideas! I'm going to look into these.
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    Water changes in large tank

    I moved from a medium sized tank to a large ~110 gallon/415L tank and think I need new tools or methods for water changes. I used to use a watering can to refill in the bathroom sink at a similar temperature as the tank. But how do I manage with such large amounts of water? I can't gently pour a...
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    Clown loach community tank?

    I adopted a couple of tanks from neighbors who didn't want them anymore, and I recently consolidated them into one large tank. What other fish could I add to keep everyone happy? The tank is about 120 gallons (24" wide, 48" long, 27" tall) with rocks, logs, and clay hiding cylinders, a few...
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    Distended/inflamed gill

    There is something pale hanging out. Is it tissue or parasite?
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    Distended/inflamed gill

    Unfortunately his behavior is now changing, moving less and hiding. I was able to take a few more pictures, though the quality is still frustrating.
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    Thyroid

    Thanks, @StevenF! I'll look into that product. @Colin_T, my danio has one distended gill, with pink/red flesh bulging out and no other symptoms. In the other thread I started asking what the problem might be, you suggested a gill tumor but said there is no cure. In searching for information...
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    Thyroid

    Has anyone ever tried to treat a fish for a swollen thyroid?
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    Distended/inflamed gill

    Thanks! Unfortunately that's the best picture I've been able to take so far because he doesn't stay still. How could I confirm that it's a gill tumor and not something else? What should I look for? I tried googling for more information just now and found this website suggesting that a gill...
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    Distended/inflamed gill

    My danio has a red swollen gill--just one. It seems to be getting worse by the day. It's really hard to get a good picture because he's still as active as ever, still eating and behaving normally, but the gill looks terrible. He must be feeling it even if he doesn't show it. None of the other...
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