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  1. caddy

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    I only have the Two oceans book and cant seem to find him in here.

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  3. gMAN

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    Pretty fish you got there, you catch it locally?
     
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    Thanks gman. Their was a guy throwing a cast net off the rocks where we were diving by and he pulled it in and gave it to us. Is he fish tank friendly?
     
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    Yip , agreed with ID. Typical tang precautions need to be taken ie space , similar sized / looking species etc etc. Had one for ages in my tank with a Powder Blue , Yellow and Scopas without any issues
     
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    Yep, A. nigrofuscus. Second most common local surgeon. As others have said, one of the more peaceful species.
     
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    Pencil surgeon (commen name), but they get very big, that is a baby, I seen them on reefs up to about 60-70cm, also their colours change depending on their mood, the large adults are like a yellow and blue, but do get very pretty
     
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    Is it not Acantheurus dussumieri?
     
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