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Old 02/22/2020, 06:20 PM   #8
ThRoewer
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For temporary separation you could use a breeder box. It's how I did it. It shouldn't be a problem if they are established and eat frozen food well.
I also quarantined a male for over 2 months in a 2 gallon critter cage (a plastic tank found at Petco) with just a handful of caulerpa and a tiny fountain pump. And in all honesty, I was quite lazy with water changes. He is now in one of my 40 gallon anemonefish tanks while I try to find him a female.
You can also treat with antibiotics, though I found it unnecessary for this issue.

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