Any of my fish friends know what this is please


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Hello and welcome!

Please tell us some more information about your pond. How is this fish acting and how long has this been there?
  • Size of your pond
  • Number and size of fish
  • Type of filtration
  • How long has this pond been up and running
  • Have you recently added new fish
  • Do you test your water and if so, what are the test results
 
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Great picture of what you want to know about. Welcome to our group!

I can't help, I have never had koi in my pond.
 
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I wouldn't think anchor worm because I don't see a clearly defined attachment site. The anchor worm usually leaves a pretty obvious red/bleeding wound where it attached to the fish. Perhaps another type of worm though??
 
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Looks like the site of a scale that's all.
The koi remember is a varient of the doitsu it may not have scales but it's still a doitsu.
So nothing to panic about


Dave
 
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Looks like the site of a scale that's all.
The koi remember is a varient of the doitsu it may not have scales but it's still a doitsu.
So nothing to panic about


Dave
Thanks for the information sorry I have been away on holiday.
 

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