Silver proteinate has cured Reggie's eyes!

On_a_dishy

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Hi - I have 2 African Dwarf Frogs (Ronnie and Reggie) and about a fortnight ago Reggie's eyes had a cloudy white patch on each one. It might have had something to do with a nitrate spike that occurred when their shed skin blocked the pump.
Anyway, I have a new betta in the tank with them whose fins were looking shabby from my LFS. I treated the tank about 6 days ago with silver proteinate, and Reggie's eyes have cleared! Could be a coincidence, but with knowing.
Attached is a photo of Reggie, just because :)
 

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The low light would have meant that the lens aperture was wide open, I think, which helps with that background blurriness. If you have a normal camera, open the aperture wide, go a distance away and then zoom in.
 

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The low light would have meant that the lens aperture was wide open, I think, which helps with that background blurriness. If you have a normal camera, open the aperture wide, go a distance away and then zoom in.
oh ok ill try with low light thanks for the tips! my guppies are awals blurry because they move too much!
 
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