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Am I finally getting an alert out break?
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Tank is a month and a half old Ita fully cycled I have corals and 2 fish last week I did a full water change because I had a disease kill 1 damsel and 1 clown fish now I only have 1 damsel and 1 clown
 

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If that is considered an outbreak this is going to be an interesting hobby for you.
If you have fish dying I would worrying more about why that is happening. Disease usually affects all fish so something else may be going on. Tank is very young so it could be many things.
 

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As mentioned, don’t worry about the algae, fish disease needs nipped in the bud.
 

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