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first picture and last picture or the same shrimp, it have yellow/ green fungus plus it back half is turning white. Second picture is off a female berried shrimp I see a white spot don't know what it is but her eggs was hatching and she is swimming upside down like she is about to die. Any anyone help with these diseases and id them?Screenshot_2019-01-21-00-45-52-1.png.f0a1074fb7b7d4960d14c62a16bafcf2.pngScreenshot_2019-01-21-00-46-18.thumb.png.eb30a03f494cb857678f153d3ff53769.pngScreenshot_2019-01-21-00-46-01.thumb.png.54d5cd9ebfa85d281a52c500c3917df8.png

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Photos are too low quality to diagnose the problem.

But have a read of the Diseases and Diagnosis thread in the Health section.

Treat your shrimps for fungus as described in that post.


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