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Old 02/17/2020, 10:36 PM   #2
ThRoewer
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I noticed that males often have this when carrying eggs. It's rather rare with single males. It is most likely a bacterial complication of the "pregnancy". It is also related to water quality, bacterial load, and temperature.


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