I sent her a message earlier this morning, but she hasn't been online yet. Hopefully she will be soon.
I just did a water change for Sabino and I'm letting her calm down before starting up the air tube for the hospital tank. Hopefully the maracyns will be enough to take on whatever this is, since it literally sprouted up over the course of a day.
I'm not really sure as to what the pH is, but everyone else has had no difficulties with acclimating in the least. We lost a few mollies to sudden deaths, but I'm positive it was from lack of oxygen during the move since it was 2 in the transfer tank before we even moved them and then 2 the next day after the tank had been set up. We unfortunately lost our original molly mom, our male, one of the sickly babies, and unfortunately Sunny D the platy.
I know aquarium salt shouldn't be used in combination with medication, but should I make an exception for this case or take her off and start the maracyn combo?
:( Poor girl, I wouldn't feel too well either if I had some big gashes in my sides. Normally, I would say she might have sustained some kind of damage in the move that then led to the wounds getting infected, but if she was transported in a little Petco/Petsmart cup, that isn't very likely as there's nothing to get caught on.
There are a few parasites that could cause this kind of damage but we can rule them out if she hasn't been darting or rubbing or anything like that.