Hes deff twitching so good you caught it early on. I would probably still treat with hypo if I were you & just keep an eye out.Here is a quick video of the Kole Tang, can't see if he has spots or not, but you can see his behavior and breathing.
NO if you move all fish to a QT tank you can keep all inverts in DT tank. As long as they stay in there for a min of 76 days with no fish. BUT if you add a new invert to the DT at anytime the clock resets.So if I went to quarantine route do I need to remove the inverts from the display tank?
Fritz Coppersafe is a pretty good medicine. It's really potent so you won't need a lot to treat a whole QT. It's the only one I've used personally so I can't speak for others, but Coppersafe is pretty popular and works well.ok, so I just checked and my local petco has a 29 gallon that I am going to get pick up.
Is copper the recommended best treatment then? What medications does everyone recommend?
Running UV on the DT will really help, especially if there's any trophonts hiding in your substrate.Thanks, I will check into that. I think I have decided to go the safest route to make sure this doesn't happen again. I have enough stress in my life already, I don't need this again
Should I hook up the UV on the DT still? Since I will have the fish moved, would it help to eradicate and clean the DT any faster? Or I could adjust the flow for algae and help to keep the tank cleaner till the Tangs are back?
You need a checker for 2 reasons.Just found that my local fish store has Cupramine By Seachem. Will that work as my copper? I don't have a Hanna copper tester, will I be ok with just precisely following the bottle recommendations?