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  • Jay Hemdal

    Jay F. Hemdal is curator of fishes at a large U.S. zoo / aquarium and is actively involved in the AZA (Association of Zoos and Aquariums). He is the author of numerous magazine articles and books for aquarists. Read more...

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March 27, 2009

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liz buteauus

thanks for posting this link in Monsterfishkeepers.com... it is a wonderful article and i praise your great work.. thanks again and keep us posted with updates please..Liz {Red Devil}

garrett--- perfect_prefect

point of interest on the fat cells, could the fat cells behind the eye have formed BECAUSE of the drop eye rather than cause it? possibly a point to be made to check a fish that recently became affected with drop eye. great read keep up the great work.

kriztu

thanks for putting this on MFK...lately i assumed DE was only common on silver aros. never knew even paimas get DE. good info

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