Hello, again. We are treating the main tank for ich (with Cupramine). I know this is a big no no, BUT we didn't think it would be good to cram 7 fish (at the time) into a 10 gal
QT. Our choc chip star is currently calling the QT home.
The yellow tang has a torn fin (on the top). Should we treat the tank with an antiobiotic (if so which one)?
One of the percula clownfish's lower fins (not sure what the proper name of this part is) is quite a bit smaller than the other one. Not sure if it has always been this way or a tank mate chewed it off. The percula with the issues is larger & more aggressive (probably female?) Are there any distinguishing characteristics between males/females?
Also noticed the butterfly is saddling up next to the other fish (annoying them immensely). I thought I read that the butterfly is a schooling fish. Is that what he's trying to do?