Originally Posted by Fluff
That's really all you can do. Do plenty of water testings and be prepared for water changes. Good luck.
I can't thank you guys enough for your input. You'll really helped me out and undoubtedly saved a lot of my coral.
Now I've got a new problem. Well, new to me. The Tang looks horrible. I thought maybe it was just stressed out due to the change in environment but she says that is how it has looked for months. Here's a brief description. On death's doorstep.
Here's a little bit longer one. Around it's eyes it is white, I heard from the LFS
guy that this could be a vitamin deficiency? His belly is white fading to green/yellow and then to blue and the belly is kind of odd shaped, not smooth. He has a hole in his tail...right in the middle of it. The fins on his back seem irregular as well, but I don't know much about this species.
I'm going to try to post a picture of him.
EDIT: Here are 2 pics of this poor fish (hope I did this right):
This is a full side view. Face & Belly really look bad.
From the side too but you can see the hole in the tail.
She says that it has looked this way for several months and if it was going to die, she thought it would have done it by now. *shrug*
It seems to be behaving normally. It hides when I come close to the tank but comes out after I stand there a minute or so. It wasn't shy about eating this morning either.