Sometimes it’s hard to feel like you are winning! I just got my bucket list fish on Tuesday (borbonius) and the trio are doing great in the qt tank. But when I was feeding my clowns that are in the tank, I noticed this. Does it look like urenoma? For a little background, I set up my tank in June of last year and it sat fallow, growing coral like a champ until February 26th (almost 8 months!). I finally found some clowns I liked, and being a reformed reefer, put them through hybrid TTM method with h2o2 dips 6 days apart. Fish handled it well and have been doing great in the tank since mid March or so. No issues at all, they are growing and lately a little tussling as they work out dominance. The fish I noticed this spot on is the biggest and has been doing most of the chasing, so I am hopeful that it is just a scratch. But now I’m worried because I have some very expensive anthias that I want to make sure have a safe place to live after qt (I am doing httm with them but using formalin, as these were the ones I was more worried about urenoma in). Any thoughts? Can urenoma show up after months of being fine with no changes? I thought it was a fast killer? Anyway, hoping for good news.