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Tomini Tang

Tomini Tang

Scientific Name: Ctenochaetus tomini
Ease of Care: Moderate
Approximate Arrival Size: Small 2 to 3 inches, Medium 3 to 5 inches, Large 5 to 7 inches
Approximate Full Size: 6.5 inches
Native Region: Pacific Ocean
Recommended Aquarium Size: 50+ Gallons
Temperament: Peaceful
Diet: Omnivore
Reef Safe: Yes

As a juvenile this Tang will have a background color of brown/tan with blue, white and yellow accents. The Adult will have a more solid color body with a bluish tail and golden highlights on the edges of the anal and dorsal fins. Somewhat timid, it should have plenty of mature Live Rock with open areas for swimming. It will eat algae based diets along with some smaller meaty foods. While it shows aggression towards other tangs, it will generally leave other fish alone.

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