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Old 02-26-2011, 01:31 PM   #1
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True Perc Clown died? NOW yellow tang GONNER

Yesterday woke up to my small clown being blown from one end of the tank to the other due to current and eventually he died. Just now I walk down to look at the tank and yellow tang is dead.

The only thing that had changed was I accidently left a MH light on for 10hours. First time I ever did this.
I am wondering if the water temp got too hot and damaged the fish!

I have no idea what happened.

75Gallon
Ammonia 0
Nitrite 0
Nitrate 5
SG 1.025
Temp 77

The clown had a bunch of extra mucus hanging off his body and heavy breathing before passing away, yellow tang!
The yellow tang started to look weak after the small clown died.

This is weird beause nothing changed in the tank!

All I have left now its a big fat true perc clown and a few wasted dollars on fish that got flushed down the toilet!

I only have one large true perc clown fish left. after this, tank is going to be turned into a 75g CORAL tank with no FISH for a while... I could of put that 150 dollars that I spent on fish towards Coral! ****t
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Old 02-26-2011, 01:33 PM   #2
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humm did u ever notice your clowns to be fighting?
what made u have the light on all day have you got any corals or anything?
what are you useing to test your water liquids or dip strips?
whats the size of your tank ?
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nope, they were always swimming by each others side...
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Old 02-26-2011, 01:36 PM   #4
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humm did u ever notice your clowns to be fighting?
what made u have the light on all day have you got any corals or anything?
what are you useing to test your water liquids or dip strips?
whats the size of your tank ?

humm did u ever notice your clowns to be fighting? No
what made u have the light on all day have you got any corals or anything? Accidently left the MH plugged into my timmer
what are you useing to test your water liquids or dip strips? API Test Liquid Drops
whats the size of your tank ? 75G


to me it sounds like this:
http://www.wetwebmedia.com/brooklynellosisart.htm
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nope, they were always swimming by each others side...
humm what about the rest of the questions? sorry edited it after posting thought of some things that can help build a picture so maby someone can help ya
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Clownfish Disease - Brooklynella Diagnosis and Treatment

done a littel bit of looking around and found this. dose this seem helpfull
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Clownfish Disease - Brooklynella Diagnosis and Treatment

done a littel bit of looking around and found this. dose this seem helpfull

Yes that`s what I thought it was, but this to happen overnight..
it sounds like something really bad happened to the water quality or temp.

But when I did all water quality test they come back with good results!
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did u test before or after your water change. have not herd of it before overnight
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did u test before or after your water change. have not herd of it before overnight
The last water change I did was a week ago today.
The only water added to the tank this week was top off water. RO DI water

I do all my water testing every Saturday morning...
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well from the sound of things what i found must be it from the sytoms i dont no what caused it maby someone else will be able to help you the only thing i can say i keep a close eye on your other fish. dont add another clown untill u are certain what happened otherwise u may just waste your money
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