Blue Eye Tang



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Two Spot Bristletooth Tang is an attractive orange-brown fish that has blue lines. Also, it has Blue spots that are visible on the head and two black spots on the anterior and dorsal fins. This gorgeous fish would make a perfect addition to your aquarium with reef fish. A larger than 70 gallons aquarium is essential to ensure ample swimming space. Tangs can be aggressive with other Tangs but are calm when it is with fish. While Tangs consume meaty meals alongside others in aquariums, it's crucial that they get ample amounts of marine-based seaweed as well as algae. This will boost the immune system of Tangs, decrease aggression, and enhance general health. Provide dried seaweed that is attached to a rock, or a vegetable clip and feed them three times a week. Sea Veggies, Seaweed Salad, and Ocean Nutrition are all ideal products that are simple to prepare. Approximate Size of Purchase: Small; 1" to 2-3/4"; Small/Medium: 2-3/4" to 3-1/4"; Medium; 3" to 4"; Medium/Large: 4" to 5"; Large; 5" to 6"; XLarge: 6" to 7"  
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Two Spot Bristletooth Tang Information They're a great Tang to acquire, particularly in the case of an exciting new Tang which you've not previously seen. These beautiful fish are great for novices.   Two Spot Bristletooth Tang Diet In the wild, they are carnivores. However, in tanks, they turn into omnivores. They'll consume the shrimps you feed them. In addition, they will eat sea veggies you provide them with. Cubes frozen, Mysis, brown shrimps are what they prefer. Because they are tangs, you must ensure that you provide them with lots of algae. They can be fed sea vegetables by cutting them into 1-inch squares, with tiny slits and placing them in the tank. This way, they will be able to pick small pieces and consume them one in a single bite. In feeding them algae, their colors look gorgeous It will also ensure they are well-nourished and will stop bad bacteria from settling on them.   Origin of Two Spot Bristletooth Tang They are from Indonesia.  
Large, Medium, Small
6 lbs


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