Hello fellow aquarium enthusiasts,
I have an established, very healthily planted 46bow I am currently stocking. As of now I have 6 Rasboras and 6 Cardinals, all of which look great. Today, I went to my LFS to scoop 2 more Rasboras in hopes of minimizing some antagonizing that has been occurring. My current Rasboras have been in the tank for 8 days now and they look healthy as can be. The two I got today are from the exact same batch as the ones I've had. They've been at my LFS for three+ weeks with no issues, so unfortunately when they were bagged up I didn't do a thorough inspection. Upon getting home and acclimating them I noticed a small red dot on the female. I have NO idea what this could be and can't find much on the internet. The only potential thing I could find was Epizootic Ulcerative.
Does anyone know what this is? Has anyone seen anything like this? I'm inclined to say yes, but does everyone else think it would be a bad idea to add her to the current stock? She is very active and eager to swim with her buddies (I have her in a floating fish-prison (breeder box), as I do not currently have a quarantine tank, I know I should, but right now I don't).