Jorani Pectoral Fin

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  1. FreddyFrags

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    My Jordani has a white “mass” behind its pectoral fin...right at the base of it. I couldn’t get a photo tonight, I will try again tomorrow but wondering if anyone has any insight into what it may be?

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    Thanks for the info, I’m going to go over those links on my lunch break to see what I can find. Sorry I got a crappy pic before work this morning, I’ll try for a better focused picture later tonight. I wouldn’t say it looks like cauliflower, the more I look at it, it looks like it may just be a wound that is healing.

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