Goldrim Tang (Acanthurus nigricans)

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Common Name: Goldrim Tang
Scientific Name: Acanthurus nigricans
Reef-Safe: Yes
Min. Tank Size: 125 gallons
Captive Care: Intermediate
Temperament: Semi-aggressive
Max. Size: 21.3 cm (8.4") 
Range: Widespread in the Pacific, Indian Ocean only from Cocos-Keeling Islands and Christmas Island, Ryukyu Islands sour to the Great Barrier Reef and New Caledonia, east in Oceania to the islands of French Polynesia including the Australias and to the Hawaiian Islands 
Depth: 1 - 67m (3.3 - 219.8ft) 
Diet: Herbivore
Remarks: Also called the Whitecheek Tang. Can be confused with Powder Brown (Acanthurus japonicus), which can be quickly differentiated by the larger patch of white on the face vs a smaller area of white in the Whitecheek. Important to feed nori seaweed to keep it healthy and staying resistant to disease. Not as common as the Powder Brown.

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