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  1. Yellow Tang Yellow Tang

    Scientific Name: Zebrasoma flavescens
    Reef Safe: yes
    Care Level: Easy
    Shape: Tall
    Min. Tank Size: 120 gallon
    Temperament: Moderate
    Dominant Color: Yellow
    Disease Prone: average occurrence
    Jumper: low occurrence
    Tank Mates: May be aggressive with other like fish or members of the same family.
    Join Date
    Sep 2009
    Thumb MI
    Awards Yugo Award Photo of the Month

    Additional Information & Description

    The Yellow Tang should have ample swimming room and be given ample amounts of seaweed/algae to eat to insure health. While they will readily accept meaty foods a varied diet is recommended. They are constant surveyors of the tank and spend a lot of time swimming around looking for food.

    With time they may nip at corals (mine does occasionally, but rarely), I will offer a sheet of nori on a clip and that usually appeases his coral appetite.
    I simply can't trust people that don't like bacon,

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    BK's Reef - Reefkeeper CR Member
    Join Date
    May 2010
    Grand Rapids,MI


    thanks for the info on all of your fishfinders!
    "reefing sure takes up your money...but it is the best money ive ever spent!"

    ^^^90 Fowlr thread

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