The Brown Scopas Tang, also known as the Scopas Tang, has a yellow dorsal and brown ventral coloration that gradually darkens from front to back. The body is adorned with intricate light blue markings, while the tail is solid brown in color. Juveniles are slightly more appealing, displaying a purplish body color and larger dorsal and anal fins. To provide ample swimming space, a 125-gallon or larger aquarium is required. The Scopas Tang can be aggressive towards its own species and other tangs, therefore it is best to keep only one in the tank. While the Scopas Tang will eat meaty foods, it is crucial to provide a diet rich in marine-based seaweed and algae to strengthen their immune system, reduce aggression, and enhance overall health. Feeding dried seaweed tied to a rock or using a veggie clip at least three times per week with products such as Sea Veggies, Seaweed Salad, or Ocean Nutrition is recommended.