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Aberrant Hawaiian Yellow Tang headed to LiveAquaria.com Divers Den

By Johnathan Carvallo - Posted Oct 14, 2011 06:35 PM
It's not often that we come across these bizarre "piebald" aberrant Zebrasoma sp. in the hobby, and the folks over at LiveAquaria.com have this beautiful fish in captivity about to hit the Divers Den WYSIWYG section of the site.

It's not often that we come across these bizarre "piebald" aberrant Zebrasoma sp. in the hobby, and the folks over at LiveAquaria's Diver's Den have this beautiful fish in captivity about to hit the "Divers Den" WYSIWYG section of the site. This beautiful aberrant Hawaiian Yellow Tang (Zebrasoma flavescens) shows an unusual light-yellow color that almost appears to be "glow in the dark" with bright orange and yellow streaks of color near the dorsal and anal fins.

We're told that this fish is going to be sold on the Divers Den sometime this weekend and chances are it won't last very long. If you'd like to take a shot at purchasing it, be sure to sign up for the LiveAquaria E-Mail Alert here so you can be instantly notified when it goes up for grabs.

Author: Johnathan Carvallo
Location: Northeast

Johnathan is a proud marine hobbyist who spent many years working in a local fish store while managing an online coral site. He enjoys all facets of the marine aquarium industry, but especially loves the technological side and is constantly working on improving and advancing it. He currently maintains a 34 gallon nano aquarium as as well as a coral propagation system. Jon is currently an employee at EcoTech Marine, owner of the up and coming NortheastCorals.com and a staff blogger here at Advanced Aquarist.

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