Last night, I noticed my ocellaris acting odd, seems like she was rubbing on a patch of algae. I've been fighting GHA lately, which is going away slowly. Anyway, so while watching the female ocellaris rub against the patch of algae few times, I also noticed that the royal gramma was darting in and out of his cave. Further observation revealed the gramma scratching on rock. Needless to say on top of GHA, now I believe I have ICH. All these fishes have been in my tank for about 2 years or little longer. 1. I wonder why the ICH is showing up all of a sudden after 2 years. Maybe I have always had ICH but something caused the symptom to flare up?!?! 2. The heater is acting funny and due to this insane cold weather temp keeps fluctuating between 78 ~ 76. Can that cause ICH? I also think the purple firefish has ich as well as the YWG (tho I hardly ever see the goby). There is no way I can catch all these fishes without breaking down the tank. I think the only ones I can catch are the pair of Ocellaris. So instead of ICH eradication I guess I have to resort to ICH management! Unless you fine folks no of any magic pills that work in the DT (wouldn't it be nice if there was one). So my plan is as follows (please feel free to chime in and suggest anything that wouldn't require me to break down the tank): --> Feed heavy (there goes GHA removal plan) --> get a 2nd heater to stabilize the temp fluctuation --> Stop feeding pallets since they sink quick with Selcon/Garlic (I know garlic is debate-able) --> Feed frozen with Selcon AND Garlic. --> During work hour use auto feeder to feed pallet to increase food uptake (again, welcome back GHA) --> Continue to observe (along with hope and pray) P.S. There are NO VISIBLE sign of ICH or anything on these fishes. So I am assuming the infected areas are under the gill right now. Hopefully it doesn't spread.