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Old 04-02-2012, 04:44 AM   #1
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Tang for 90g

Hey all just wondering can I put a tang in a 90g maybe a kole or a yellow tang?
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Old 04-02-2012, 09:49 AM   #2
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You can definitely put a kole tang in your tank! And yeah I guess you could put a smaller yellow tang in there but he will outgrow your tank when he gets full grown....I would recommend a type of bristletooth tang! I prefer the two spot bristletooth, very pretty and only requires 70 gallons
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Old 04-02-2012, 09:58 AM   #3
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You can definitely put a kole tang in your tank! And yeah I guess you could put a smaller yellow tang in there but he will outgrow your tank when he gets full grown....I would recommend a type of bristletooth tang! I prefer the two spot bristletooth, very pretty and only requires 70 gallons
Awesome, I'll give the yellow tang a miss then if he'll outgrow the tank dont want to cause it any unnecessary stress.
I like the look of the kole tang so gonna look more into them, i dont think I've seen a bristletooth tang, gonna go look them up now. Thanks
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Yeah no problem, an ive never seen a bristletooth tang in my lfs or in person but I guess you can order ten from liveaquariua.com
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I have a bristletooth tomini tang and he is very very cool. Pretty fish and he gets along with everyone else too. He's not as active as my yellow and blue tang so that should be a good fit.

here is the guy i have

Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Bristletooth Tomini Tang

In person mine is much darker and the yellow is much more pronounced.
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Yeah no problem, an ive never seen a bristletooth tang in my lfs or in person but I guess you can order ten from liveaquariua.com
Is liveaquaria.com an American website?
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I have a bristletooth tomini tang and he is very very cool. Pretty fish and he gets along with everyone else too. He's not as active as my yellow and blue tang so that should be a good fit.

here is the guy i have

Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Bristletooth Tomini Tang

In person mine is much darker and the yellow is much more pronounced.
Are these less prone to ich?
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Old 04-02-2012, 11:46 AM   #8
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I have a bristletooth tomini tang and he is very very cool. Pretty fish and he gets along with everyone else too. He's not as active as my yellow and blue tang so that should be a good fit.

here is the guy i have

Saltwater Aquarium Fish for Marine Aquariums: Bristletooth Tomini Tang

In person mine is much darker and the yellow is much more pronounced.
How weird is that, ive Just been looking at the bristletooth tomini tang i was hoping they were the same fish lol and I agree they look very cool, just need to see if I can get hold of one when I'm ready for it, I like the kole but I want something different I think the bristletooth fits the bill, perfect! Thank you!
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