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- Jun 11, 2018
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The dragon goby is in the qt tank, along with the midas blenny now. The Squam Anthias (murderer), Lubbocks Wrasse, and Fire fish are in the SHU Box. I highly doubt the dragon goby survives the night. And I decided to pull the blenny and leave it in solitary at, no meds, for a while and see how she does...Are you putting your gobies in QT?
I used to prophylactictly treat every fish since my outbreak in my 55g, which led to the rushed 125 u see in this build, I had to run all my substrate, coral, and inverts Fallow and treated the survivors in the 55g as a HT/QT. This round I decided to observe only, and react with appropriate treatments as needed. 2 rounds of PraziPro 3 weeks ago was all I did. No copper. And it ate every day. And it spread about 3 cups of my DT sand across the tank.Here's a thought. We were told blennies and gobies are very likely to die in QT. I can say for sure by reading other people's experiences here, I would say that's probably true. I do understand the risks involved with no QT.