What's your favourite tang and why?

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Reply #15

There's a huge fully grown one at my local shop. I wish I could home him. Sail fin tang like yours.

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Reply #16

My brown scopas sail fin never stops eating off the rocks she's so fat lol and apart from when I put a purple sail fin in she's never shown aggression. She almost killed the purple tang though I've never seen anything like it. Her eyes turned bright orange and she went mad.

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Reply #17

My sail fin

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Reply #18

Looks like a well established, heathly tank that.  You going to start a tank thread, and share a bit about it with us (oh, and lots of pics of course)?
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Reply #19

Glass abit dirty in them piks so not to upset the new regal fish.. I'd love too yea., bit new to this site., my fave pik recently. 

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Reply #20

Have a look here:
http://reefbase.co.uk/members'-tanks-6/

Just start up a new thread in there, and tell us a bit about your tank, stock, etc.  Add as many pics as you like.  Typically, people then update it as they add fish, corals, have questions specifically about their tank, update us on recent events, etc. 

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Reply #21

Thanx x

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Reply #22

Thought I'd share my picture.

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Reply #23

Nice, that's what im hoping for that kind of look  ;)
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Reply #24

Thanx. Love it at night time. X

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Reply #25

Well?  :tongue:

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Reply #27

Welcome to ReefBase @staceybarlow1
I can't narrow my choice to one! I like the mimic half black, the twin spot, white tail bristletooth, sailfin tang (desjardini), caribean blue, and purple tang, also another tang who's name I don't know, it's dark blue with white patches on its face! there's just too many.
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Reply #28

I just have the one as I only have a 240 litre, a Yellow Eye Kole Tang. Dominates the rockwork and despises any gobies or blennies by relentlessly chasing them until they starve. Not sure if it is male or female. It always used to hunt for food side by side with my Melanurus Wrasse. He / She is always active pecking away at the rockwork and glass which you can hear..........makes me smile when it pecks on the back of hermit crabs shells, I can see both their surprise and annoyance at this. In my original tank I had a Unicorn Tang which I loved and would definitely purchase again when I eventually upgrade the tank size. Great active fish with beautiful coloration. When it is not out and about I can always see the yellow eye spying from a dark cave. It took me blooming ages to get this shot due to the speed of it.


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Reply #29

My fav is a mimic tang(chocolate) they get better looking as they get older and there are some lovely colour variants

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