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Natural Spot? Owie? Or Scratch?

MeMyFishandI

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So my Springer’s damsel has had two little white spots, just above each eye. Since they were not growing and were symmetrical I figured it may just be his natural colour and I would keep an eye on it.

Today I noticed the one side looks slightly puffy and the other side looks like he scratched himself. He’s not flashing, or scratching that I’ve noticed. Eats well very well and pooping fine (how does one little fish make so much poop!)

I appreciate your thoughts.

Thanks In advance!

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Looks like a blue devil damsel
Its appears to be a nick and should heal quickly.
Melafix will also help it heal
 

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