Shrinking Yellow Clown Goby
Wondered if any one had any advice for treating a shrinking yellow clown goby? He is sharing my large leather coral with my two clown fish who treat him as their pet. I have a green one who is very happy and normal.
I'm convinced he is getting longer and thinner each week. He eats (all be it very small amounts and is quite choosy) but he is getting thinner. He spends most of this time in the coral but at feeding times he swims about in the open picking at bits of food for a while. He seems quite active just worryingly thin. I feed a huge variety of frozen and dried foods as well as phytoplankton and marine snow. Just wondering whether any one has any advice. I'm worried he will waste away.
I've dosed the tank with a general pasasite and bacterial meds a few weeks ago as a result of an out break of whitespot. He was thin before this outbreak but I would have thought if he had a parasite this would have eliminated it. No other fish have these symptoms.
I've even tried garlic guard to increase his appetite but to no real avail.
Tank parameters are all normal and stable and the tank has been set up for 3 yrs but dismantled and moved a year ago.