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Blonde Naso Tang
Blue Hippo Tang
Bristletooth Two Spot Chevron
Clown, Lineatus Convict
Desjardin Sailfin Tang Gem Tang
Desjardin Sailfin Tang
Hybrid, Achilles-White Cheek Kole, Yellow Eye
Lavender Lieutenant
Naso Orange Shoulder
Powder Blue Powder Brown
Sailfin Tang Sailfin, Desjardinii
Sawtail, Galapagos Scopas
Tail Ring Nigricaudus Juvenile Unicorn
Vlamingii White Cheek
Xanthopterus Yellow Belly Hippo
Yellow Eye, Spotted Yellow Tang
Yellow Tang
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RLA1315446M
Tangs Scopas -M
Tangs Scopas -M (Zebrasoma scopas) Origin:  South Asia

Starting at: $49.99
RLA1315532M
Tangs Yellow -M
Tangs Yellow -M (Zebrasoma flavescens) Origin:  Central Pacific

Starting at: $49.99
RLA1315067M
Tangs Blue Hippo -M
Tangs Blue Hippo -M (Paracanthurus hepatus) Origin:  Eastern Asia

Starting at: $59.99
RLA1315387M
Tangs Sailfin -M
Tangs Sailfin -M (Zebrasoma veliferum) Origin:  Eastern Asia

Starting at: $59.99
RLA1315146M
Tangs Clown, Lineatus -M
Tangs Clown, Lineatus -M (Acanthurus lineatus) Origin:  South Asia

Starting at: $79.99
RLA1315402ML
Tangs Orange Shoulder Adult -ML
Tangs Orange Shoulder Adult -ML (Acanthurus olivaceus) Origin:  Central Pacific

Starting at: $129.99
Purple-Tang-Small-Medium
Purple Tang Medium
The Purple Tang is one of the most prized specimens of all saltwater fish for its coloration, and one of the most popular Tangs for the reef aquarium. If housed properly, it is a rewarding and attractive addition to any large fish-only tank, or reef aquarium.

Starting at: $179.99
Black-Longnose-Tang
Black Longnose Tang (Zebrasoma rostratum)
The Black Longnose Tang, also known as the Longnose Sailfin Tang or the Longnose Surgeonfish, has a jet black oval body with blue pectoral fins, and an obvious white spot at the peduncle spines near the tail.

A 90 gallon or larger aquarium is necessary to provide plenty of swimming room. It should be the only Tang in the community tank and should be the last fish added to the aquarium.

Although Tangs will eat meaty foods along with the other fish in the aquarium, it is important that they are offered plenty of marine based seaweed and algae. This will strengthen their immune system, reduce aggression and improve their overall health


Starting at: $799.99