I hope all is well. I read that you have 225 gallon fowler tank. I know you proactively qt fish. I’m all about prevention! What are your methods outside TTM? What’s your ongoing prevention in your fowler? I know you can dose hydrogen peroxide as a preventative. Do you do this regular basis within your fowler? I know pretty loaded questions just curious. Appreciate any reply.
Hello Everyone. I have a yellow tang in quarantine that is in chelates copper. It took about a week to get it up to therapeutic. He is now showing signs of what looks like broken blood vessels on his head. He is eating well, lots of nori, hair Algea and meaty foods soaked in selcon. What is this and what should I do about it?
I lost too many fish with the stressful and mistake prone TTM. Now that I have discovered this forum, I am determined to take all the proper steps as described herein. Along with that, I look forward to introducing only pre-quarantined inverts with your help.
I am not sure if you website is up to date! But I have been on the hunt Bimacs for a while now. I was looking for three females, looks like you MIGHT have two. I have yet to keep this fish, because I have been waiting to have a large enough tank to house them comfortably, 4 years later now I can.
I am curious your experience on qty of these any different that standard (singulars, trios, 5 females 1 male).
I'm an old gal who is fascinated by anything that lives in saltwater. I love my fish tanks, but I'm getting older, so I've decided to downsize. As the fish pass, hopefully from old age, I will break down some tanks. Eventually, I want to take care of only one tank, my 180 gallon FOWLR. I'm also a new member here and glad to have found this site.