Axolotl tail damage is often caused by stress or bad conditions and the symptoms include tail rot, tail curl, tail turning red.
The axolotl tea bath is a natural treatment for axolotl fungus, wounds, lesions, and other axolotl skin problems.
the white cotton like fuzz on axolotl can be one of the two axolotl fungus bacteria – columnaris or saprolegnia.
An itchy axolotl that is constantly scratching can be caused by water being too warm, ammonia burn, poor water quality and fungal infection.
axolotl veins showing, it can mean either increased blood flow during activities such as eating, or it can be a sign of stress.
Normally, the condition axolotl open mouth is triggered by stress and discomfort from impaction, improper nutrition, or poor water conditions.
axolotl thrashing is often a sign of discomfort such as gills irritation, digestive issues, constipation, injury or poor water quality
Often, axolotl bumps and lumps on the skin are the result of poor water quality and husbandry that’s not up to a good standard.
Most skin problems such as axolotl blisters are caused by poor husbandry and can be resolved by fixing the underlying cause.
“why is my axolotl turning red”? Red axolotl body parts such as tail, gills and torso can be a health concern in some cases.