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      Bristletooth Tomini Tang
      Bristletooth Tomini Tang

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      The Apprentice


      Registered: April 2004
      Location: Umatilla,OR
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      The Bristletooth Tomini Tang, also known as the Tomini Surgeonfish is tan combined with yellow, blue, and white highlights as a juvenile. When mature, the body color solidifies, the tail becomes blue, and the dorsal and anal fins are tipped with a golden-yellow hue. The area above the eyes has small golden flecks while sporting a golden half circle beneath. Its distribution Ranges from Indo-Australian: Bali and Sulawesi (Indonesia), Solomon Is., and Palau. This current one came from Guadalcanal. They get a maximum lenght of 6"
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      Keywords: Ctenochaetus tominiensis (Tomini surgeonfish)

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