General information regarding Orange Shoulder Tang
The Orangeshoulder Tang as a young fish is a bright yellow, with the slightest hint of blue in the dorsal and anal fins. In adulthood, the front part of the body changes to lighter gray, while the back part is a dark gray-blue hue. Over the pectoral fins, there is an orange stripe which is defined by the darker gray hue. The tail develops a lyre-like shape. A large aquarium is required to give ample swimming space. It’s not aggressive toward other Tangs. If you have multiple Tangs, it’s ideal to add a baby to the aquarium with an adult.