05-11-2009, 12:44 PM
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Originally Posted by Pasfur
You will have to be very careful with the Yellow Tang, especially in a 75 gallon tank. This will probably be your most dominant fish, so future additions need to be chosen carefully. I wish you had added the Yellow Tang as your last fish selection.
To minimize risk future fish selections should be as different in color and body shape as possible from the Yellow Tang. In addition, you should try to avoid fish with similar diets, such as dwarf angelfish and rabbitfish.
How large in size is the Yellow Tang? Is the body larger than a silver dollar? Is it as large as the rim of a coke can?
Hey Pasfur, I wish I would have known that to be honest. As I asked before what should I try to do about this? Is there a way or method to knowing what order fish should be put in? and what I can put next? I was looking at the compatibility charts that are online and It showed most of the community fish wont have an issue with the yellow tang. The Yellow tang is about the size of the rim of a coke can yes. Again, what should I do?