black tail tang compatibility?

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You mean a white tail, C. flavicauda?

It's best to consider all in the Ctenochaetus genus to be bristetooth. Mixing tangs in the same genus is generally a gamble, or okay, depending mostly on tank size.
 
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Oh. Those two will mix fine, as long as the tank is big enough for the bariene, which can get a good foot long not counting the streamers on the caudal fin.
housing bariene temporarily for a friends 400 gallon bristletooth will be a permanent resident
 
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housing bariene temporarily for a friends 400 gallon bristletooth will be a permanent resident
Temporary, or quarantine, or whatever changes things. How big is the tank, and do you know how big the bariene will come in?
 
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he 3" now he in my 100 gallon
i am aware one day
Temporary, or quarantine, or whatever changes things. How big is the tank, and do you know how big the bariene will come in?
when he to big for my tank he will go to the 400 gallon my buddy has unless i build my dream tank still working on the wife
 
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