Chromis x talbot? Or just fat as hell

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Ok, so i have a talbot damsel and because i only bought two at the time of getting them, one passed away due to tank complications around 8-9 months ago, this talbot has, over the past 2 weeks or so, become very very large. The only other fish in there that i could remotely see it breeding with is one of the cromis. Its made a little cove/cave and has begun building what looks like a nest but its so farfetched sounding to me, but thanks for reading and let me know!
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That looks more like dropsy than eggs.
Are the scales flush with the body or does it look more like a pinecone?

BTW, pictures taken under actinic lights are not very helpful. Either turn on whites or use a yellow filter.
 
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That looks more like dropsy than eggs.
Are the scales flush with the body or does it look more like a pinecone?

BTW, pictures taken under actinic lights are not very helpful. Either turn on whites or use a yellow filter.
Yeah sorry abt the lights, her scales are normal, the scales are flush with her body and look normal, if it is dropsy, i will get some medicine, is that what it looks like. Thanks alot for the help really dont wanna lose this fish / sorry for the green tint, some hard to reach algae in the corner that she likes to sleep/hang out in and i really dont want to disturb her much
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