Very normal for the female to show dominance over the male, they don’t normally go as far as biting bits off but some of them can get carried away and even kill...the white mark could just b a bite.It is ik the bite is from the bigger one but the white spot is what im worried about and it that normal for the female to do that stuff
Tough to see clearly. It could be a bite mark from the other clown. Don't underestimate their ability to be really sneaky and fight when you aren't watching.I have a tank that has just 2 ocellaris clown fish and the smaller one has a bite in his tail with a white spot under the bite. Could it be fin rot or ick?
Lymphocytis can spread, but fish rarely die from it, unless the lesions develop on the mouth and keep them from eating.When i get home later ill try and get better pics but i stopped at a lfs and he said it sounded like that too. Is that disease able to spread to other fish ?