I got a baby bristlenose pleco for my 37g tank few few days ago from aquatic arts but it had ich when I got it and died in only two days of me having it. I wasn't home to put it in the tank myself so I had my mom do it with my instructions. She knows nothing of fish. Didn't think to have her take pictures of it before opening the bag. Stupid. ): I already sent an email to them about it. (Edit) Thankfully they refunded me and even gave me a $20 store credit. So good on them. They're pretty great about customer service. At least from what I can tell. Point is. After the pleco died it seems to have left a memento for all the rest of my fish in the form of ich. How do I treat it? I'd really rather not ruin the cycle with medications because I just got this tank cycled and was in the process of stocking it. Water temp is already set to 82F but I think it stays closer to 80F. It's hard to tell with my thermometer. The inhabitants are 7 glowlight tetras 2 orange von rio tetras (not getting more until the ich is dealt with.) 2 mystery snails Sadly I don't have a tank I could use as a quarantine and I don't have the space for one. I live in a small trailer. Even if I had space my mom wouldn't let me keep an empty tank for that. We've discussed it. It took a year and a lot of guilting to convince her to let me get the 37g. And I straight up can't afford to live on my own. I will provide pictures if needed.