|Chevron Tang||Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis|
|Yellow Tang||Zebrasoma flavescens|
|Powder Blue Tang||Acanthurus Leucosternon|
|Achilles Tang||Acanthurus achilles|
|Yellowtail Purple Tang||Zebrasoma xanthurum|
Taking care of your tang can be a very tedious process because they require constant feeding due to their active nature. Rather than one large heavy meal of spirulina algae feed, they prefer the food to be spread around to different meals, usually 4 times a day. Other than that, they are also sensitive to changes in water quality and because of that they are highly susceptible to contacting parasitic saltwater fish disease, which could spread to other tank mates. Even when you are performing water change, it should be done with extreme care because temperature shock can be also one of the cause leading to sick tang fish. Tangs if properly cared for can grow up to more than a foot in length and as such, because of their large size marine hobbyist usually keep one individual tang species in a single tank and partly this is also due to their aggressive behavior.