...of this. The B&W and PJ have been in QT for a month. The clown had had since he’s been in QT and the symptoms haven’t gotten worse or better. No change whatsoever. I feel like since he’s had it for a month and no change, it can’t be brook or velvet right? What could it be? #reefsquad @HotRocks
...To the tank has it ?
If the alkalinity is 7.1 it’s a bit on the low side taking into account potential test margins of error (it could be less than 7.1)
its says the Dr G is reef safe but it seems a bit odd this occurred after adding it but we’ll see if we can get some more ideas
...want to just scrap them off right because they could release stuff into the water or spores and spread throughout right? Can't really put fish or shrimp in the overflow lol. Or do I just not worry about it since over the next month or two we are migrating over to a 180G tank?
...any thing out of the ordinary with the fish? Flashing, hiding, swimming near the surface, hiding in the corners or behind the rocks? I was just reading one of Humblefish's threads and he points out that the Neobenedenia prefers the face, lips and eyes. Let's get some eyes on it. #reefsquad
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Let's get you some help going from folks who've dealt with this real quick... #reefsquad
In the interim, you might check out this great thread about Ich Eradication vs. Ich Management...
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I agree that the tank looks hungry for nutrients. Are you spot feeding the LPS? A little coral food (liquid or powder) might also help boost nutrients and get those zoas to open.