If you are going to hypo the fish you might just as well do the whole lot of them (just not in your main). You need to make sure that the water volume is great enough to cover all of your fish and you need something (sponge, whatever) to use to provide the bio- processing capability for your QT
Before you start the hypo process make sure you pick up a PH
monitor and refractometer so that you can properly monitor the fish environment.
I wasn't able to get a good look at your picture since I couldn't blow it up. It is really small.
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