Spotted Unicorn Tang (Quarantined)

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Sale price$199.99
 
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Spotted Unicorn Tang (Large)
CARE LEVEL TEMPERAMENT DIET
REEF SAFE
Moderate Semi-Aggressive
Herbivore
Yes
PURCHASE SIZE MAX SIZE
ORIGIN
MIN TANK SIZE
APPROX 6-7" 24"
Maldives
250g
SG
TEMPERATURE
dKH
pH
1.020-1.025 72-78F
8-12
8.1-8.4

Only after passing a minimum four week quarantine and a five point inspection for overall health, appetite, coloration, energy and demeanor will the best, most healthy specimens be taken to the Salty Lagoon holding system! These fish are guaranteed to be among the most healthy available for sale online. So much so that any purchases from this category are backed by a Live-Arrival 7 Day Guarantee!

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Naso brevirostris

The Spotted Unicorn Tang can also be known as a Blue Unicorn Tang.  This spotted unicorn tang is large in size and it's horn is about 1".  


Use caution when housing with other Tangs or Surgeonfish. Similar shaped Tangs can be very aggressive towards each other and usually will not tolerate their own species at all. Tangs require a natural diet of seaweed and algae, which can be fed to them tied to a rock or by use of a veggie clip. This should be a done a minimum of 3 times a week. Tangs will also enjoy meaty foods with the other fish in your aquarium.

It is well known that tangs have a penchant for Marine Ich and other diseases due to their lack of slime coating. We highly encourage quarantining all fish, but especially Surgeon Fish. We do our best to quarantine all fish at Reef Chasers but there can be absolutely no guarantees.

Tang's of different species can typically get along if they are given ample living space and given that they are introduced at the appropriate size & time. 

For more information about this species and more visit our Marine Fish Care Blog.

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