Thanks! You're better off assuming the worst so that you have the best shot at information dissemination so I completely understand! I was hoping this would be the case because I really think it is helping the QT
environment. My ammo's been a steady zero for the entire time the two fish have been in there. I've only done one water change on it so far (well two considering last night's water addition) so I really think it has the handle on my bioload.
And speaking of filtration... I'm running one of those little bubble-sponge-type filter things on this tank. The tank is stable so I guess that's good. There isn't a whole lot of flow in the tank though (since it is just what it bubbles up). Should there be more flow in there (and if so, how much more)? Is this adequate "filtration" for the tank? (rock is probably 2# in the 15g with maybe 2.5-3" of fish).
The two fish are a tiny gramma (no outward signs of ich) and the (ich riddled) purple tang (who is also very small, still bearing more of a triangle shape than a teardrop).
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