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The Brown Scopas Tang is yellow, dorsally and brown. Their body is also covered with fine, intricate, light blue markings.
However with time these colors can gradually get darker from front to back.
The tail is a solid brown color and Juveniles are generally a little more attractive, with larger dorsal and anal fins with a slightly purplish body color.
A 125 gallon minimum size tank or larger is necessary to provide plenty of swimming room.
It can be found to be aggressive towards some of its own species or tangs and is generally best kept with only one per tank.
It is important that they are also offered plenty of marine based seaweed and algae as well as other more meaty variety types of feed.
This will help to strengthen their immune system, generally reduce any aggression and overall improve their health.
Try offering them dried seaweed and feed at least 3 times per week. you can do this by attaching product to either a rock or by using a veggie clip,