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  • Blonde Naso Tang (Naso elegans) 

    Blonde Naso Tangs are very popular aquarium fish due to their bright coloring and presence in most aquaria.  This fish should be kept in at least 150 gallon aquariums and tangs generally should be a fish added toward the end of stocking the aquarium as they can be quite bold and territorial with new fish, although Blondes are typically not as tempermental as others.  It does best in a tank full of liverock where it can pick at any green algae.

    All tangs should be kept in a well established aquarium where the parameters don't change much.  This fish is a bit more hardy than many of the other tangs.

    Like all tangs, this fish should get plenty of algae and dry foods with kelp in addition to frozen mysis, plankton or brine shrimp.

  • Purple Tang (Zebrasoma xanthurum) 

    Also Known As:

    Yellowtail Tang

    Purple Tangs are very popular aquarium fish due to their bright coloring and presence in most aquaria.  This fish should be kept in at least 125 gallon aquariums.  Purple Tangs should be a fish added toward the end of stocking the aquarium as they can be quite bold and territorial with new fish.  And they are considered the most aggressive fish in their genus.  It does best in a tank full of liverock where it can pick at any green algae.

    All tangs should be kept in a well established aquarium where the parameters don't change much.  This fish is a bit more hardy than many of the other tangs.

    Like all tangs, this fish should get plenty of algae and dry foods with kelp in addition to frozen mysis, plankton or brine shrimp.

  • Powder Brown Tang (Acanthurus japonicus) 

    Also Known As:

    White Faced Surgeonfish
    Japan Surgeonfish


    Powder Brown Tangs are one of the smallest of the genus Acanthurus,  and it is also one of the better behaved as well.  Rarely will it harrass other fish.  It does best in a tank full of liverock where it can pick at any green algae.

    All tangs should be kept in a well established aquarium where the parameters don't change much.  This fish is a bit more hardy than many of the other tangs.

    Like all tangs, this fish should get plenty of algae and dry foods with kelp in addition to frozen mysis, plankton or brine shrimp.


  • Desjardini Sailfin Tang (Zebrasoma desjardinii) 

    Also Known As:

    Red Sea Sailfin Tang
    Indian Ocean Sailfin Tang
    Desjardin Tang

    Desjardini Tangs are very popular aquarium fish due to their bright coloring and presence in most aquaria. This fish is the largest of the genus Zebrasoma and should be a fish added toward the end of stocking the aquarium as they can be quite bold and territorial with new fish.  It does best in a tank full of liverock where it can pick at any green algae.

    All tangs should be kept in a well established aquarium where the parameters don't change much.  This fish is a bit more hardy than many of the other tangs.

    Like all tangs, this fish should get plenty of algae and dry foods with kelp in addition to frozen mysis, plankton or brine shrimp.

  • Naso Tang (Naso lituratus)

    Also Known As:

    Lipstick Tang
    Orangespine Unicornfish

    Naso Tangs are very popular aquarium fish due to their bright coloring and presence in most aquaria.  This fish should be kept in at least 125 gallon aquariums and should be a fish added toward the end of stocking the aquarium as they can be quite bold and territorial with new fish.  It does best in a tank full of liverock where it can pick at any green algae.

    All tangs should be kept in a well established aquarium where the parameters don't change much.  This fish is a bit more hardy than many of the other tangs.

    Like all tangs, this fish should get plenty of algae and dry foods with kelp in addition to frozen mysis, plankton or brine shrimp.

  • Yellow Eye Kole Tang (Ctenochaetus strigosus)        

    Also Known As:
    Yelloweye Tang
    Striped Bristletooth Tang

    It does best in a tank full of liverock where it can pick at any green algae.  The Kole Tang is one of the best algae eating fish for the aquarium.

    All tangs should be kept in a well established aquarium where the parameters don't change much.  This fish is a bit more hardy than many of the other tangs.

    Like all tangs, this fish should get plenty of algae and dry foods with kelp in addition to frozen mysis, plankton or brine shrimp.

     


  • Chocolate Tang (Acanthurus pyroferus)        

    Also Known As:
    Mimic Lemonpeel Tang

    It does best in a tank full of liverock where it can pick at any green algae. This fish can be aggressive towards other tangs and surgeonfish>.All tangs should be kept in a well established aquarium where the parameters don't change much.  This fish is a bit more hardy than many of the other tangs.

    Like all tangs, this fish should get plenty of algae and dry foods with kelp in addition to frozen mysis, plankton or brine shrimp.

  • Sohal Tang (Acanthurus sohal)        

    Also Known As:
    Arabian Tang
    Red Sea Clown Tang
    Majestic Tang

    Sohal Tangs are not for the timid aquarist!  They can and will kill other tangs and wrasses and should be a fish added toward the end of stocking the aquarium as they can be quite bold and territorial to any new fish.  They do well with smaller, schooling types of fish and other tangs should be avoided in the same aquarium as a Sohal.  It does best in a tank full of liverock where it can pick at any green algae.

    All tangs should be kept in a well established aquarium where the parameters don't change much.  This fish is a bit more hardy than many of the other tangs.

    Like all tangs, this fish should get plenty of algae and dry foods with kelp in addition to frozen mysis, plankton or brine shrimp.

  • Sailfin Tang (Zebrasoma velifer)

    This fish should be kept in at least 100 gallon aquariums.  It is certainly a beginner's fish but should be a fish added toward the end of stocking the aquarium as they can be quite bold and territorial with new fish.  If other Zebrasoma are to be added do it at the same time with the same size fish! It does best in a tank full of liverock where it can pick at any green algae.

    All tangs should be kept in a well established aquarium where the parameters don't change much.  This fish is a bit more hardy than many of the other tangs.

    Like all tangs, this fish should get plenty of algae and dry foods with kelp in addition to frozen mysis, plankton or brine shrimp.

  • Yellow Tang (Zebrasoma flaviscens)

    Also Known As:

    Yellow Sailfin Tang
    Yellow Surgeonfish

    Yellow Tangs are very popular aquarium fish due to their bright coloring and presence in most aquaria.  This fish should be kept in at least 55 gallon aquariums and multiple yellow tangs in tanks over 200 gallons.  It is certainly a beginner's fish but should be a fish added toward the end of stocking the aquarium as they can be quite bold and territorial to new fish.  It does best in a tank full of liverock where it can pick at any green algae.

    All tangs should be kept in a well established aquarium where the parameters don't change much.  This fish is a bit more hardy than many of the other tangs.

    Like all tangs, this fish should get plenty of algae and dry foods with kelp in addition to frozen mysis, plankton or brine shrimp.

     


  • Regal Blue Tang (Paracanthurus hepatus) 

    Also Known As:

    Blue Tang
    Blue Hippo Tang
    Hippo Tang
    Hepatus Tang
    Palette Surgeon
    Blue Surgeon

     

     

    The Regal Blue Tang is a popular marine fish due to its colors. It is depicted in many magazines, paintings, movies and many people have thought of this fish when picking out fish for their aquarium.

    This fish is really an intermediate to advanced aquarist type of fish.  It needs a large tank of at least 100 gallons and certainly 72 inches long or longer.  It likes lots of places to hide in liverock and still ample places to swim.  It stresses out easily and catches a variety of ailments easily through stress caused by rowdy tankmates, poor water quality, poor diet and stray electrical current.  It is known as the "Ich Magnet" in some circles.