Ok so I came home from BAP with a ton of clownfish, over a dozen that no one from a couple people who donated them plus the an Onyx that I bid on. Well toss them all in the anemone tank there are no fish in there. Within a few days the onyx was found on the ground.. fuuuuuuuu... out of all the fish to jump out had to be the expensive one. Whatever still have like 13 clownfish and a ton of anemones. Then I saw a dead fish on the bottom.. damn... then a day later another one... double damn, was I putting too much faith than 2 dozen anemone would not be enough to stop a turf war in young clownfish? Then I stopped seeing dead fish and thought all was good, but noticed every day when I fed I'd see less clownfish come out of the "wood work" to feed... then I got proactive and decided to remove them thinking it was something like a bristle worm chowing down on them... only to find 2 left. Moved one to my coral only tank, only to notice a white type of "fuzz" on him... rut roh... the other fish looked perfectly fine, within 10 minutes the "fuzz fish" was sucked up against the vortech. The next morning the other fish died. Sheeeeiot!!! Then I realized... my anemone tank wasn't isolated from my main tank (reef parents with children will want to cover your kids eyes right about now... ) FUCK! I forgot I turned a valve to keep the tanks together because there was nothing in there and no reason to keep it isolated... Flametip Tang, turn really pale, white covering, very bony looking... dead (this is when I realized something bad was happened) 2 talbot damsels dead, one found against the vortech, who knows where the other one went may be rotting under a rock. My tomato clownfish, my FIRST REEF FISH, over 10 years old... covered in white shit. I'm currently trying to warm up some fresh water, and do a freshwater dip, then see if I can't set up a QT tank tomorrow. And hope he survives that long... I may set up the QT tonight, whip up some fresh saltwater and let it circulate all night. My foxface and yellow tang don't show any signs, but they're in the water... so who knows, I've heard foxfaces can have some immunities (or better apt to fighting off) certain parasites/disease I'm fairly sure that the disease came from the clownfish that were donated, either the onyx or the occelaris from two donaters. I'm pissed at myself that a forgetful mistake might end up killing all my fish. So what's the scoop on treating brook? saw that freshwater dips can help give some ease by removing parasites. Copper the standard go-to treatment? If so where do I get me some? Is there any OTC (walgreens, etc) non-aquarium version that will work?