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Old 03-29-2014, 10:10 PM   #1
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Should I be worried about this injury?

So I got my One spot Foxface with a wrasse about 4 days ago. The wrasse ate in less than 24 hours after putting him in there, but I've put nori into the tank, and my foxface hasn't eaten at all yet.


My tank is a 65 gallon FOWLR with 51 lbs of live rock. It's been running for around 3 months. The stock currently is...

-2 ocellaris clownfish
-3 small blue/green chromis
-1 carpenter flasher wrasse
-1 one spot foxface
-assorted snails for cleanup crew

My parameters are...
Ph- 8.2
Salinity- 1.023
Ammonia-0 ppm
NitrIte-0 ppm
NitrAte-10 ppm

And I use the saltwater API test kit


My foxface had this injury from before I got him near his fin Click image for larger version

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And a part of his snout/mouth missing


Now he has this on two top poison spines and one bottom poison spine
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