The Blue Eyed Tang, Ctenochaetus binotatus, is also referred to as the Two-Spot Surgeonfish, the Two-Spot Bristletooth Tang, or the Blue Eye Tang. It features a orange/pinked body with white horizontal lines and yellow finnage and deep blue eyes.
The Blue Eyed Tang thrives best in tanks with plenty of live rock, plenty of algae, and room to swim. They should not be housed with members of its own species and will be peaceful with reef inverts and corals making it reef safe. The Blue Eyed Tang will spend much of its time eating algae making it a beneficial tank member. They can also eat flake or meaty foods.
I bought this fish from saltwaterfish two weeks ago, I live in Ohio and received him via FedEx overnight. I cannot believe how big and healthy this fish is. He's very fat and has amazing coloration, though he looks nothing like the picture as he is mature and dark bodied. I put him in my well established (4years) tank that I also added a puffer at the same time. They are alone in there. He picks at the rocks all day, hid a lot and was skittish the first week. Now he's out and about, seems very happy. I am very, very glad I ordered from this company.