I have lost 3 clowns since starting my aquarium idk, 3 mo ago. They all got something that affected the skin from the top of the head to the dorsal fin. Lfs
told me to do a dip in whatever green/blue stuff she dips her fish in. She thought it was some kind of fungus. There was no mucus around the gills so not thinking brooklynella. Anyway, all 3 clowns died the day after the dip. I followed lfs
directions to the T. So at 1st sign of my last clown getting this I dipped him and he is acting funny this morning. This is a mystery to me b/c all other fish a perfectly healthy! It's a clownfish killing epidemic. I am now qting all my new purchases which I wish I would've done from the start and this may have been prevented , but you live and you learn. I'm super bummed about losing all these beautiful fish. Any thoughts on why this attacked all my clowns? And thoughts on clowns in this tank in the future? Strangely I have had 2 snails die in this tank as well. Something's fishy. No pun intended. My yellow angel, sand sifting goby, and yellow/ blue damsel are perfect so far(knock on wood). And I have a 6lined wrasse I bought in my qt for 4 weeks doing well. My dt is a 60 gal
hex. Parameters are 0 amm, 0 nitrites, and minimal nitrates. Salinity is 1.023. Any idea what this clownfish plague might be and what the future outlook for clowns is?