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My cleaner wrase was dead this morning and just got home and found both nemos not eating and not swimming right I think it’s some kind of skin bacteria what do you guys think it is what can I use to treat them the cleaner erase had a big spot on the side and this memo looks like someone is eating his tail off

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I have these medicines right now Wich one should I use I’m going to put him in a 2g tank both nemos and Wich should I use or should I wait until tommorow and buy something else
 

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Hi, just seeing your post now. I can't say what happened to the cleaner wrasse, how long did you have it, they are very delicate.

Do you have invertebrates in the tank? If so, are they doing o.k.? If not, you'll need to check for water quality issues. If the invertebrates are all fine (I think I see an anemone in one picture) then you can focus more towards fish disease issues. Of the medications you have, the first two are for protozoan issues and to be honest, would not be something I would use, even for that. The EM Erythromycin is an antibiotic, and the lesion on the clownfish does seem to be a bacterial issue, so you could try using that in the treatment tank, not your display. It does look like in a couple of pictures, one of the clowns is swimming head down. If so, that is not a good sign at all, it means the fish is on its way out and the antibiotic won't likely have time to work - sorry!

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Hi, just seeing your post now. I can't say what happened to the cleaner wrasse, how long did you have it, they are very delicate.

Do you have invertebrates in the tank? If so, are they doing o.k.? If not, you'll need to check for water quality issues. If the invertebrates are all fine (I think I see an anemone in one picture) then you can focus more towards fish disease issues. Of the medications you have, the first two are for protozoan issues and to be honest, would not be something I would use, even for that. The EM Erythromycin is an antibiotic, and the lesion on the clownfish does seem to be a bacterial issue, so you could try using that in the treatment tank, not your display. It does look like in a couple of pictures, one of the clowns is swimming head down. If so, that is not a good sign at all, it means the fish is on its way out and the antibiotic won't likely have time to work - sorry!

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Thanks brother but they all died couple others died after this even couple of corals but everything going good again looks like and no the inverts never had a issue in the tank just my torches and the fish the skins of the fishes looked weird like someone took a bite out of it and it slowly got bigger and bigger
 
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