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Old 11-04-2012, 07:04 PM   #1
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The heniochus are still alive, the trigger unfortunately passed. This all started with one of my two anthias getting a cloudy eye and blotchy white spots. He was put in a QT and seemed to be slightly improving after two days when the rest of my main tank was covered in blotchy white spots. I cleared out all my inverts to treat my main tank, as suggested by my LFS. In the past two days I've lost 2 Anthias, 1 tang, and 1 trigger. My Heniochus are struggling. Please help!! My nitrites and amonia were raised and I'm treating that with alpha. My SG is 1.016, Temp 80
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