Aquacultured Yurple Tang

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The Yurple was bred from a Purple Tang and Yellow Tang to achieve a remarkable hybrid. This species is vigorously eating Nutramar Dry Foods, Nutramar Nori and Gamma Frozen Foods. All in all, the Yurple Tang can be a great, hardy, and beautiful addition to an aquarium. With proper tank maintenance and feeding habits the aquarist can have tremendous success with these cultured beauties. Given the right conditions they can be a remarkably hardy tang and can thrive in their captive environments.

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I saw one at my LFS, I like their look.
It was NFS
 

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To each their own, but I don’t understand the appeal here. I think a standard Purple Tang and a standard Yellow Tang both look better than the hybridization.

I get that they’re unique and rare, but I could find much better uses for $10K +.
 

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I love 'em! Wish there was some way to see them more accessible because I'd love to have one!
 

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