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Published on Jan 30, 2012
Trying to diagnose red marks on inside of kissing gourami's mouth.
I bought x3 honey gouramis from pets at home, and introduced them into my tank without first quarantining them. One of them immediately died (within 12 hours), and a few days later one of my existing fish died (another older Honey Gourami). The rest started having health issues - a few of them got Ich/Finrot and lost color. Ive just given the final dose of protozin for the Ich & noticed the red marks on the inside of the kissing gouramis mouth. He is one of my favourite fish so I dont want to lose him... Any advice would be appreciated!
You can clearly see the marks in the first few seconds of the video... he stops moving his mouth for the rest of the video.
Its not being lethargic at all, seems normal. I'm in the process of doing a good water change to get rid of the dead ich/chemicals. Nitrate is hovering around 30ppm, I never let it go beyond 40. Tank was established 6+ months.
***Update*** Moved him into a new tank and did several water changes. The mark has now gone and he seems loads better. No medicine, just water changes.