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Not as brave as those who just float and release. I have had her for a total of 41 days before she went into the DT. Of course in that time I had to treat her. Imagine if I had just done a float and release.
Right now I have a Diamond Goby in QT that I just picked up today.
From what I have read Chloroquine Phosphate works better than copper. Previously I have treated fish with Chloroquine Phosphate for 2 weeks then moved them to a sterile tank for a couple of days then to the DT, of course those fish did not have Ich or at least they did not show any signs of Ich.
The Gem Tang is still in QT, it was either the Sohal Tang or the Clarkii Clown Fish (most likely). The Clarkii is a more recent addition than the Sohal. The Sohal has been in the DT for over a year while the Clarkii has only been there a few months.