I have recently added a Gold german ram cichlid and an Amano shrimp to my 10 gallon tank with other fish in it. After about a week, white spots appeared on my fish. First my Gold ram, then my Neons, and are just beginning to appear on my Siamese flying fox. I believe that it is the Ich. I raised the temperature of the tank to 82 degrees F /28 degrees C (I don't want to raise it higher because of my amano shrimp). And I am planning to "flush" out my tank soon (water change of entire tank). I read that you can add some salt to the tank and there are medications for treating the Ich. However, I don't want to rush to medications just yet and I am worried that the salt will harm my shrimp and neons. Will my current method work or would I need to apply medication to the fish (in a separate tank)? Tank: 10 gal 1 Gold german ram cichlid - Is the most affected; white spots on body and fins 5 Neon Tetras - Just the fins are covered in dots 1 Siamese flying fox - So far, saw 1 dot on the dorsal fin 1 Amano shrimp (Haven't seen ever since it moved in. Is this normal?) 2 Big striped snails 2+ Small snails Pictures: Put black background to try to help see the dots better, sorry about the quality of the images.