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Old 07-29-2015, 10:52 AM   #11
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I've got a Yellow Mimic and Yellow Scopas Tang together in mine. They all get along. The Yellow Scopas is on the big side too.
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Nice, and I'm not going to rely on these tangs to get rid of algae. I'm just creating a reef tank so the majority of the fish I have are to complete a job and make my job easier. So two tangs that are good at grazing at algae would be awesome.


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They are all good grazers, it just differs in the type of grazing.
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Although that's a lot of big fish for a 110, yes, those two tangs can be kept together. I have a bristle tooth tomini tang (close relative of the yellow eye kole) and a scopas tang together, and they don't quarrel at all.
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