Has anyone dealt with parasitic pods before? Last night while looking in my tank I noticed one of my clowns start to behave erratically, floating weird. Upon closer inspection, I found a quarter inch isopod clinging to his tail sucking his blood. I was able to remove the clown with the parasite and gave him a formalin dip to remove the parasite and any unseen eggs/gunk that might have also been on him. (slight discoloration on his sides as well) When dealing with these things, is it a "where there's one there's many" situation? Is it more likely that there may only be one or two of them? I've read that to really get rid of these, I need to take all fish out and let the pods starve out for a number of weeks, or have a bait fish in there that's easy to catch so I can lure all parasites to the fish and remove them after lights out while they're feeding off of the fish. Any advice appreciated on this. Also, could eggs for these creatures come from un-dipped corals?