Regal tang with dark lesion

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Medicated foods would be great, EXCEPT they are almost always done incorrectly. Yesterday, R2R posted an article I wrote on the topic. It is a PDF download on the right side of this page:

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Great article! I will give it a shot. Little more involved that sprinkling in some Focus. Thanks for teaching us!
 

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Not lick enough to have any fresh macro at the moment. What I was referring to was dehydrated seaweeds.

I don't know about fish diseases or issues, my fish that need veggies get fresh macro all the time, they do get nori every day or so also, look at vitamin supplements.
 

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Whoa! That showed up in 24 hours? I’d call it an emergency. Looks like two lesions; a deeper one beneath the pectoral fin and then that shallow but larger one further back. The color just seems unfamiliar to me, I’m at a loss to say what that is. The one under the pectoral could be an injury, but the plaque-like one, I have no idea. Is the fish breathing normally and eating?
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Omg last week a got this on my blue tang too in my qt but my emperor angel was fine. I did a 60% water change and dipped it in Paraguard for 2 hours and everything went better in 2 days. I’m never buying new fish that just arrived anymore haha such a hassle. I literally had the same thing happen and the tang was eating too.
 
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How is this fish? Looks like ammonia burn almost.
He has healed. There is an indented defect but it is healed and his color passes through it.

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