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  • Posted on: 31/10/2009 10:38
Fish Disease Photographic Reference #1
Here's a link to help identifying fish diseases:

http://www.jbl.de/en/online-hospital

(The link is now for the English version)
kieranLocke kieranLocke
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Re: Fish Disease Photographic Reference #2
that fungal infection on them poor fish puts my athletes foot into perspective.
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Re: Fish Disease Photographic Reference #3
Theres some pretty horrific looking ailments in that collection of pics...
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Re: Fish Disease Photographic Reference #4
Ugh, Thats horrible stuff but really helpful! Thanks :)
electrogear electrogear
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Re: Fish Disease Photographic Reference #5
I have a marine fish with 2 little white spots, doesn't look like any of the ones on the list unfortunately but it is similar to the lymphosytitis. They haven't grown at all, been the same size for 3 or 4 weeks and don't seem to be bothering the fish so I think I'll just leave it as it's not spreading.
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Re: Fish Disease Photographic Reference #6
I have looked at all the pics but cant see anything like whats wrong with my fish. He has developed a pea size lump which i think may be a tumour, other than this he is swimming around and eating as normal. Hes quite old, should i be worried.
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Re: Fish Disease Photographic Reference #7
great help or identifying issues, bloody shame or them poor fish though :(
Anonymous  
Re: Fish Disease Photographic Reference #8
Just to note the link to the JBL online Hospital above is not working properly anymore as the site is being rebuilt. If you look, it takes you to the German Version of the site, if you try to access the English version a lot of it is missing. I have been in Touch with JBL and they say that it should be back to normal very soon. So unless you can speak German, I would wait awhile.
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Re: Fish Disease Photographic Reference #9
Quote:

Jaguar wrote:
Just to note the link to the JBL online Hospital above is not working properly anymore as the site is being rebuilt. If you look, it takes you to the German Version of the site, if you try to access the English version a lot of it is missing. I have been in Touch with JBL and they say that it should be back to normal very soon. So unless you can speak German, I would wait awhile.


Thanks for the heads up J In the meantime you could use Google translate Et voila, c'est tres facile (I know, that's not German, I can't speak German )
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Re: Fish Disease Photographic Reference #10
I can do German at a pinch if anyone really needs it (though mostly I can talk not about fish but about machine parts being rust free on delivery - used to work in the NCR Augsburg factory purchasing section)
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