Bacterial or Fungus?

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    He had some lympho on his fin but that’s all I ever saw on him.

    As of now, the only fish in the QT still showing issues is the Kole with the same patchy stuff the Idol had, just not bubbly.
     
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    Lost the Kole. Looks to me like something is literally rotting or eating their flesh and fins. Which is bacterial right?

    I’m on my 3rd dose of the Kana, Metro, and Furan today. Should I change what I’m doing as it’s not helping? Only fish left showing signs right now is the Clown. More worried about the others.
     
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    Antibiotics notoriously take a rather long time to get to work in marine fish. Normal time for an effective treatment is going to be ten to fourteen days.

    I wish I knew of a way to speed up their action!

    ~Bruce, saddened yet again
     
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