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I’m seriously worried about my pair of clownfish. I got them a little over a year ago when the tank was new. For that time they were always active, especially at dinner time. The feeding routine hasn’t changed, nor has the food (LRS Fish Frenzy). Up until now the male would always come over and eagerly take food from my fingers. About a week ago the female stopped coming to the feeding area and now the male has too. I’ve been worried but hoped that they were eating food floating by, as their appetites have always been good. Today I found the female stuck to the bottom of my Vertex fan, still alive. I freed her, but she looks weak and I’m terribly afraid that there’s something wrong and the pair are going to die. The only thing that changed recently was the addition of a Foxface to the tank. He leaves them alone though and I can’t think of any other reason that they would be behaving this way. Any ideas are welcome. These fish are the family favorites and losing them would be awful, especially to something like starvation. What do you all think? What should I do?
Does anyone have any suggestions for treatment of pouch gas bubble disease in seahorse? Does anyone have a Diamox tablet I could purchase for seahorse? It's my understanding that's the best treatment. I have tried Erythromycin in quarantine for 7 days with no luck. Any other ideas? Been battling this for 6 weeks and any advice or suggestions would be appreciated. Thanks in advance!