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    Default FISH DISEASE DIAGNOSIS SITES

    here are a few; if you know of any more, please add them:

    http://www.merckvetmanual.com/mvm/in...toc_170400.htm

    http://www.fishdoc.co.uk/disease/diseasehome.htm

    http://www.gbasonline.org/disease_chart.htm

    this is a great link that z rock posted on the effects of ammonia in the aquarium.: http://www.fishdoc.co.uk/water/ammonia.htm
















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    this is my best one but sometimes it gets way to complicated, like if you look under bacterial infections it describes what the bacteria looks like to help you with the diagnosis http://www.fishyfarmacy.com/symptoms.html
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    this is a great link that z rock posted on the effects of ammonia in the aquarium.:http://www.fishdoc.co.uk/water/ammonia.htm
    one fish, two fish, red fish, blue fish...omigod!! a whole lotta fish!!(mbuna tank)

    "Ya shark-toothed salmon! Ya hammer-headed halibut!"--Yosemite Sam

    "Ah hates dragons. Dragons is so dumb!--Yosemite Sam

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    http://www.afip.org/vetpath/POLA/99/...es_of_Fish.htm

    This one helped me find out why my fishes organs were liquified but has a lot more useful information as well published in 1999 by

    Paul R. Bowser, PhD
    Professor of Aquatic Animal Medicine
    Aquatic Animal Health Program
    Department of Microbiology and Immunology
    College of Veterinary Medicine
    Cornell University
    Ithaca, New York 14853-6401
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    An excellent web site for fish health:
    http://www.merckvetmanual.com/mvm/in...toc_170400.htm
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    Default White lips

    I have a Red Shoulder Peacock that has white lips. Is this mouth fungus or something else. The fish's mouth Does not look tuffy ( like mouth fungus) just white lips. Goes off by it self for short periods.
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