The tang is currently in QT
with a yellow headed sleeper gobie and a orange diamond gobie. The pH and ammonia are good 8.2 and 0.0-0.25 respectivly. There is a lot of diatoms growing on everything, the tank sits infront of a window with direct sun. Oh and the tank size is 30 gal
with a magnum 350 canister filter and one PH
The two gobies look great, however the tang is another story.
His dorsal and anal fins look tattered along with his tail. The tail also appears to have a bubble looking thing attached to it. The bubble thing is clearish-brown and about this big ( 0 ) It is attached to the very back edge of the tail and kind of flares out where it is attached. Also on his side he has a brownish spot a little smaller than a dime in size.
He eats fine and looks health in everyother way. What can we do to make him look better? more frequent water changes, change carbon more than once a week, treat with something for infections. He only has one more week in QT
but if he is not going to be healthy I do not want to add him to the display.
I may try to post a pic tomorrow but my camera has not been taking very good photos lately.
Thanks and sorry for the long post