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"I have a female betta that was brutally attacked by a male. I removed her ASAP and she recovered her loss fins, but during the process developed white cauliflower growth (lymphocystis?). I haven't seen many photos like this one. I want her condition to improve, but can't decide if I leave her in the small 5.5 gallon tank and risk infecting the other two fish in there too (botia and dwarf pleco), or do I just leave her in a betta bowl and hope for the best. I also have some live plants in the tank too, so would rather not just dump antibiotics (for secondary infection) and risk killing them as well. Any suggetions?"

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