I just noticed one of my green chromis has some type of disease or injury. He has a blotchy section and in the center of it is red as if he were missing scales. The other side is also starting to show a white blotchy section. I've never seen any aggression. The only thing I think it resembles is Brooklynella. Any ideas or advice is appreciated. Is he too far gone to save?
65 gallon running for 2 years
pH - 8.0
Ammonia - 0
Nitrite - 0
Nitrate - 0
That is a good amount of fish with some aggressive personalities. Iím still pointing at it being an abrasion from diving between rocks.
Chromis are supposedly peaceful reef fish...but somehow their numbers always dwindle down to one... and a wrasse and tang in a tank itíll out grow in no time has created a setting for bullying, stress, and disease.
Yeah, I've been observing them closely since this incident and there's that one chromis that is the self-proclaimed boss. He chases them quite a bit that one of them hides in the rocks most of the time. I would hate to get rid of the one or even let the situation continue, any advice on what to do?