Great articles thanks, I will definitely use those. Unfortunately I had to take practically all of my LR
out of the tank in order to catch my 2" sgt. major damsel. Im thinking about not putting him back in the main tank. He is very nice now but I have heard they can become mean with age, and I never ever want to have to do what I did tonight (take all rocks out) again.
I also got my refractometer delivered to my house today. According to my refractometer the SG
in my main tank is 1.026 and my coralife hydrometer reads 1.023.
I'm a little worried about my blue tang I took out (the fish that had signs of ich) She became very stressed out with the move to the hospital tank. The dorsal fins got a little stuck in my net (I should have used a bigger net) and then when released she swam to the bottom of the tank underneath the small powerhead and is just laying there flat, not moving at all. It is too dark to tell if she is dead or alive, but I will just leave it be until morning.
My other concern is the size of my hospital tank. It is 10gallons and I have the 3" hippo tang, 2" damsel and 2x 1"ocellaris clowns. I will do the best I can and hope all is well in the end. Lots of water tests and water changes Im assuming. Thanks again