The Eye-Spot Surgeonfish is commonly referred to as the Doctorfishes, Lancetfishes, Thorntails, Thorntail Fish, Bariene Surgeonfish, Bariene Tang, Eye-spot Surgeonfish, Eye-Spot Tang, Black Spot Surgeonfish, Blackspot Tang, Roundspot Surgeonfish, Pencilled Surgeonfish and Ocean Surgeon. It is drab as a juvenile and develops beautiful adult coloration. With its attractive colors, the Eye-Spot Surgeonfish makes a beautiful addition to any tank. The Eye-Spot Surgeonfish requires open space to swim and needs herbaceous diet. It grows up to 6 inches and needs to be kept in a tank not less than 75 gallon. The Eye-Spot Surgeonfish should be given a diet of plenty of vegetables and herbivore preparations. It is peaceful member of the aquarium, and we recommend you not to keep it with more aggressive species that may attack or bully it. The Eye-Spot Surgeonfish is easy to care for and makes a good fish for a beginner aquarist. It thrives well in a temperature range of 72-78 degrees Fahrenheit and pH of 8.1-8.4. We recommend you to introduce many live rocks in the aquarium to encourage the growth of algae on it, so that the Eye-Spot Surgeonfish can feed on it in between.