Blonde Naso Tang S/M
The Orange-spine Unicornfish, also known as the Blonde Naso Tang, undergoes a darkening process as it matures. When young, it appears gray with a yellow stripe on both the dorsal and anal fin. As it grows, the body turns into a darker bluish-gray shade, and additional colors supplement the juvenile striping. The tail also takes on a lyre shape, and two yellow patches appear at the peduncle spines near the tail. A thin, black mask develops between the eyes and mouth, while the lips acquire a yellow hue. Naso Tangs from Hawaii often have more vibrant colors than those from other regions. A larger tank is necessary to provide ample swimming space, hiding places, and a secure-fitting lid to prevent jumping. The fish can be aggressive towards other tangs but are peaceful with other species. In addition to meaty foods, it is crucial to offer marine-based seaweed and algae to Tangs. This promotes a stronger immune system, reduces aggression, and improves their overall health. Dried seaweed can be tied to a rock or used with a veggie clip, and feeding at least three times per week is recommended. Sea Veggies, Seaweed Salad, and Ocean Nutrition are all excellent products that are easy to use.