QT tank scenario

Discussion in 'Reef Talk' started by Rgbpixels, Dec 5, 2017.

  1. Rgbpixels

    Rgbpixels Active Member BRS Member

    Hello,

    I have 3 fish in qt for about 40 days so far. Everything was going great until my hippo tang got a white spot on his head at around day 20. They have already been through prazipro for 7 days. So I added cupermine which killed my yellow tang. They have been through another round of prazipro and Paraguard. White spot still on hippos head. My flame angel looks like he is starting to become stressed being in qt now.
    So my question is this, should I put them in DT since the white spot does not seem to be going away? It does not look like ick.

    Thanks
    Dana


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  2. gzr918

    gzr918 Well-Known Member BRS Member

    Can you supply any pictures?
    Angels do not do well in copper treatments. What amount of cupramine have you been dosing?
     
  3. JohnK

    JohnK Active Member Staff Member Moderator BRS Member

    Also are you sure that white spot is a parasite? If it's one spot and it doesn't go away after a short time it may be something else.
     
  4. Collin

    Collin Well-Known Member BRS Member

    My blenny has had a white spot on it for months now was worried at firs but it didn't spread and no other fish got it.
     
  5. Rgbpixels

    Rgbpixels Active Member BRS Member

    I’ll try to get a picture tonight. That spot has survived cupermine, paraguard and prazipro. Not sure what else it could be.


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  6. jasonrusso

    jasonrusso Well-Known Member BRS Member

    I've lost fish in QT due to stress. I think sometimes QT causes more problems.
     
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  7. vedau

    vedau Non-member

    What fish do you have in the qt now?
    If you only have 1 or 2 left, sometimes its worth just to give it away to te store so that they can qt them in their system.
     

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