First, I'd like to thank all forum members for sharing the information. I've been a constant reader for quite some time and always had found answers here which saved lives of my fish.
Now I have a question of my own.
Recently my aquarium had suffered Ick. I treated it with Cure-Ick (carbon was removed, half-dosage) plus Melafix. It's gone now and fish seems to be doing just fine. But I've noticed that my Pictus (he's small for now - <2inches) is acting differently than he used to: stays still in one place, swims around randomly, doesn't eat anything (tried different kinds of food). And also it seems his whiskers are twice as shorter - probably a result from Ick. I'm worried about him, since I also read somewhere that they are unlikely to survive Ick because of loss of appetite.
Is there anything I can do to save him?
p.s. water quality is good - I test it regularily and do often 20-25% changes.
ph = 7.0
Ammo = 0
Nitrites = 0
Nitrates = 0
__________________ 50 Gallon tank:
6 Angels (1 breeding pair, others - sex unknown yet)
3 Long-finned rosy barbs
3 Spotted cories
3 Chinese algea eaters
2 Small plecos
1 Pepper cory
1 Pictus catfish
1 Rafael catfish
20 Gallon tank (under construction):
About 40 baby-angels (born 8/15/2007)