So i read online that marine ich will not alleviate itself due to increased temperature. One thing I've noticed in both instances of ich on my tangs is I raised the temperature to 86-87 by firing up my metal halides and heater. Within the first half of the day, I begin to notice the white specs are dissapearing on my tangs. is there some relationship between high lighting and/or high temperatures that cause the tangs to lose the white specs?I'm sure its underneath their skin or in the livesand, but there has to be some relation, can anyone relate to this story? QT is not a solution as the tank itself is infected with ich, so placing the fish back into the DT will open another opportunity for ich. hyposalinity works, but do i perform this in my DT or or another tank. If its only a FOWLR, is hyposalinity in the DT okay? how long for? what about my bb in my LR, will it be affected?