Symptoms: Black patches on the body and/or fins.

Treatment: Phenocide by Aquatronics. (designed specifically for myxobacteriosis)

Background:  This infection is not very common in aquaria, but may be brought on by poor water quality.  Heightened ammonia and/or nitrites could be responsible.

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