Chromis in QT

Willow59

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My Chromis has been in QT for what has been the most painful tank cycle of my saltwater career. I’m at day 68 and the ammonia and nitrites just hit 0.00 for the first time after a number of water changes.
however, I just noticed a couple of white fungus type spots on his forehead, a red mark above his right eye, a damaged pectoral fin (he’s alone), and two spots on his tail yesterday.
He had about a week with API General Cure mid-cycle. Thoughts?

Salinity- 1.027
Ammonia- 0.00
Nitrite- 0.00
Nitrate- 10.0
Temp: 76.5

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