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Check inside her throat again with a flashlight or headlamp. Canker can cause featherloss around the beak. Can be treated with metronidazole, ronidazole or Spartrix. Do you have an avian vet you can take her too for a cropsmear to test for canker? After treatment she can join the others again.

Does not look like pox. She might have scratched herself and caused the injury. What do her droppings look like?
 

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Get something from a petshop for mites. Scalex is a good choice. Spray her all over, just cover the head to avoid the eyes. Order some cankermeds, always good to have this available when needed. I'm posting a list of canker symptoms to look out for.
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