I haven't read anywhere that it is possible.. ANd chances are it was more of a opportunistic bacteria which wont harm healthy fish... The stress of the move and the white spot made them viable to infection, I think. I've done a lot (way too muchhh) and I think my main tank should actually be fine. I can't dose it with an anti-bacterial medicine anyways, so I might just have to see it I have any problems in the future.
On a more happy note; I found one of my harlequins in the sump hahaha so we're back up to 4 survivors in the hospital tank, which I've been testing and doing water changes on. They seem happy. Eating well, no scratching, no fungus, no dropsy and no abrasions. Problems passed?? I hope hahaha
Also, I was at the LFS today, and saw some really really gorgeous phantom tetras.. The blue on them is amazing and these ones a fairly big.. Seem healthy. Didn't buy any, obviously, but I looked them up when I got home and they are apparently fin nippers... Not as bad as skirts and serpae or whichever, but still nippy... What do you think they would be like in a larger tank with a larger group?
I'm worried because I'm thinking I'd really love some Angels as the center point fish, and they're a fin nippers delight, really.