Tank: 75g FOWLR, Eheim Cannister running just filter pads. Salinity: 1.026 Temp: 74.6 Ammonia: 0, Nitrite: 0, Nitrate: Trace Background: Tank has been up and running for at least 2 years. Fish have been mine since 2015 and 2016 respectively. I have been away on Army training for a few months. I had someone feeding the fish every other day while I was gone and a maintenance service. A week and a half before I returned (this past Friday) the light failed due to the power supply. The room gets a good amount of indirect natural light so I don't think this is at play but don't want to leave out any possible clues. When I was home for Christmas I noticed the wrasse looked a little thin, and had my parents feed a little more but didn't think it was a huge deal. I was more concerned about overfeeding. When I got home I noticed the yellow tang was very faded and hid in a cave all day. The wrasse still looked thin and swam lethargically. Tang would not eat nori anymore but would eat brine shrimp and flakes. Wrasse was eating but looked like he spit almost everything back out. I also noticed a strange faded looking spot on the wrasse and the tang's dorsal fin is receding. I tried researching the issue and started to suspect flukes due to the lethargy, hiding, appetite loss and the strange spot on the wrasse. This morning I did a 5 minute freshwater dip with both of them. I've attached pictures, of what was left in the bin afterwards. And to make matters worse, when I was rearranging everything after the capture operation, the wrasse was briefly pinned between a piece of live rock and the sand bed. I feel awful that I may have injured him. SInce the bath the yellow tang looks okay although breathing rapidly, the wrasse I don't think is going to make it. He was lying on his side and head shaking. I will post the pictures ASAP.