lawnmower blenny ich question

Toledofishguy

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I have been having a huge amount of green hair algae spring up in my tank due to my best guess bad water sources. A buddy has been storing my tank at his house while I am in between moves. It has been 9 months of using RO water from Walmart. Anyways, getting clean RO/DI water from some local reefers and am preparing to do a 30 gallon water change followed by another large water change a week later in my 75.

Algae issues have sprung due to neglect, even though I still change 5 gallons of water weekly, but bad water from Walmart. I added new PC lights about a month ago and some turbo snails. I am moving the tank in about a month and want to add a lawnmower blenny, but will not have time to really QT the fish. Is this fish prone to ich? If I recall blennies and goby are a little more resistant. I'd like to add it now before the move to help rid the algae.

What are your thoughts?
 

Aaron M.

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Well if the tank doesn't have an ich problem then the blenny probably won't get ich since they don't get too stressed out. It will probably be fine.
 
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