Unresolved Cleaner Shrimp with parasite

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  1. Seano Hermano

    Seano Hermano Giant Squid

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  3. Vinnyboombatz

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    Well on the bright side it will be easy to name them.How about Lumpy and Bumpy?;D
     
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  4. Seano Hermano

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    haha. Thanks for the suggestion; we'll go with those names for now. ;)
     
  5. Seano Hermano

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    Bingo. Here you can see the actual isopod (bopryd). Zoom in on the screen and it's still pretty clear.
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  6. Seano Hermano

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    What's the black stuff in his gills?
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    Crazy pictures. Interesting indeed.
     
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  9. Seano Hermano

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    Thanks.
     
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  10. Seano Hermano

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    So if I don't remove the parasite...is this something that fish could get too?
     
  11. Vinnyboombatz

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    No they won't affect your fish.;)
     
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