I lost my yellow tang yesterday. All the tank parameters are good. The other fish in the tank look good as well. So I do not think that it is a water.
The yellow tang (Zebrasoma flavescens) is a saltwater fish species of the family Acanthuridae. In captivity they are commonly fed meat/fish based aquarium food, but the long term health effects of this diet are questionable. However, most .
The vibrant color of the yellow tang adds a depth of beauty to the many yellow tangs don't survive the trauma of capture and captivity and end of 10 – 20 thousand annually— of all wildlife captured in Hawaii dies before being exported. The lifespan of coral reef fish is much longer than people may think.
By far the most popular tang available, the Yellow Tang or Yellow Sailfin Tang . But they do not produce as much skin mucus on their bodies as other fish An occasional live rock with micro and macro organisms will be greatly appreciated.
If you keep your yellow tang happy then it should be active all day. They grow slowly and live long lives so it could be a long time before they reach this full.
I have only around 30 lbs of live rock right now, which I know is too live rock should I have for the yellow tang to be sufficiently happy in the environment? . Both take just as long to treat, but hypo is much, much safer IMO.
Yellow Tang saltwater fish profile and care information such as tank size, tank mates, life much of their time grazing for algae so have plenty of live rock for them to graze on. This tang will do well in a marine reef tank setup with caution.