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I have a pearl gourami that has kind of a milky discoloration on his head. It's not always the exact same, sometimes it clears up a bit but then comes back. I had a redtailed shark in the tank (now removed) that would bully gourami. The gourami took to hiding in a small spot in the the roots of a log. I was thinking that his head was getting scratched up from turning around in the small space but i'm not sure. I guess it could be a fungus but no other fish are effected and it doesn't protrude or any thing. It looks like the scales themselves are this milky color. He has also been like this for quite a while so i would think if it was a fungus it would have taken him out by now. He is also pretty old i think like 5+ years i don't know if that has anything to do with it. Any suggestions on causes or cures of this issue?


Thanks guys!

 
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