Longnose surgeonfish

The Longnose surgeonfish lives in the reef-associated, marine, usually 8 - 35 m environment.

the Longnose Surgeonfish, has a jet black oval body with blue pectoral fins, and an obvious white spot at the peduncle spines near the tail. A 100 gallon or larger aquarium is necessary to provide plenty of swimming room. More

The Longnose Surgeonfish or Black Tang (Zebrasoma rostratum) is a marine reef tang in the fish family Acanthuridae. They may live at water depths of 10 - 61 m (33 - 200 ft) or more. The fish grow to a maximum length of 21 cm (8.3 in). More

Common names

Langsnudet kirurgfisk in Danish (dansk)
Longnose surgeonfish in English
Longnose tang in English

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Acanthuridae
Genus : Zebrasoma
Species : Zebrasoma rostratum
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