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 Saltwater Aquarium Angelfish

 
   
Saltwater angelfish are among the most beautiful of all reef creatures. Their colors are deep and rich and often cleverly painted by Neptune into stripes and spots. These fish are found in all the world's oceans, although the greatest diversity of this group is found in the Indo-Pacific Ocean in rocky areas and reefs where they feast on the abundant coral. And although these species can be rather territorial, they are among the most popular aquarium fish. Despite their delicate appearance, once acclimated to your tank angelfish are incredibly hardy and can be a long-time resident of your aquarium.

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Bicolor Angelfish
Centropyge bicolor
Fiji

Identification:One of the most striking of the dwarf or pygmy angelfish, the Bicolor Angelfish, also known as the Two-colored or Oriole Angel, is a terrific fish for either a reef or fish-only tank and has a peaceful disposition. It thrives on all foods.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing. The Bicolor angelfish can be kept successfully in reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet:In a saltwater aquarium they should be given a balanced diet. Variety is important, feed them foods from a wide range of food groups. Feeding them a single type of food for too long is generally a bad idea. They should be fed frozen foods that have both meat and algae (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula are all good examples, algae and nori sheets as well as a pellet from a reputable brand like Spectrum.
Level of Care: Easy
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility: Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-3/4"; Medium: 1-3/4" to 2-1/2"; Large: 2-1/2" to 4-1/2"

Small $39.99 Medium $44.99 Large $59.99

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Tibicen "Melas" Angelfish
Centropyge tibicen
Coral sea

Identification: The Tibicen Angelfish, is also referred to as the Melas Angelfish or Keyhole Angelfish. A sharp dresser, with their black coloration, white vertical saucer shape or keyhole in the center, a glowing blue outline on the finnage, and finally bright yellow on the pelvic and anal fins.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 50 gallon or larger tank. Like all mini angels provide live rock with holes and caves for hiding and grazing. To do well, the Tibecen angelfish needs to be kept in a reef type aquaria. We would not suggest a fish only tank without live rock because they need the live rock type of tank to survive long term. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet:In a saltwater aquarium they should be given a balanced diet. Variety is important, feed them foods from a wide range of food groups including Spirulina, marine algaes, one of the quality frozen angelfish preparations on the market, along with mysis or frozen shrimp, and other meaty items. A good suggested list would include (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula, along with algae and nori sheets, a pellet from a reputable brand like Spectrum.
Level of Care: Easy
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility: Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-3/4"; Medium: 1-3/4" to 2-1/2"; Large: 2-1/2" to 4-1/2"

Small $39.99 Medium $44.99 Large $59.99

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Coral Beauty Angelfish
Centropyge bispinosus
Fiji

Identification: The Coral Beauty's color is absolutely stunning under aquarium lighting. Most happy in a tank with live rock, where it can swim through rock formations ,picking and looking for food. The Coral Beauty's have a deep purple head and fins with a red and orange body. An excellent addition to the reef or fish-only tank, quite hardy.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing. The Coral Beauty angelfish can be kept successfully in reef type aquaria, but usually do not survive in fish-only aquariums. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet:In a saltwater aquarium they should be given a balanced diet. Variety is important, feed them foods from a wide range of food groups. Feeding them a single type of food for too long is generally a bad idea. They should be fed frozen foods that have both meat and algae (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula are all good examples, algae and nori sheets as well as a pellet from a reputable brand like Spectrum.
Level of Care: Easy
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-3/4"; Medium: 1-3/4" to 2-1/2"; Large: 2-1/2" to 4-1/2"

Small $39.99 Medium $44.99 Large $59.99

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Lemonpeel Angelfish
Centropyge Flavissimus
Hawaii
Identification:  Its body is a distinctive bright yellow in colour, with a blue circle around the eyes and blue behind the operculum.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing. The Lemonpeel Angelfish requires a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with hiding places and large amounts of live rock to graze on the microalgae growth. It is very prone to nip at large-polyped stony corals and clam mantles. It is best not to keep Lemonpeel Angelfish with fish of the same genera.
Food and diet:In a saltwater aquarium they should be given a balanced diet. Variety is important, feed them foods from a wide range of food groups. Feeding them a single type of food for too long is generally a bad idea. They should be fed frozen foods that have both meat and algae (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula are all good examples, algae and nori sheets as well as a pellet from a reputable brand like Spectrum.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
Approximate purchase size: Medium; 1-1/2" to 2" ; Large; 2" to 3"

Small $59.99 Medium $69.99 Large $79.99

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Flame Angelfish
Centropyge loriculus
Marshall Islands

Identification:  Probably the most popular of all the miniature spectacularly colored member of the genus Centropyge (The dwarf angelfish family), the flame angelfish has become one of the most recognizable marine fish in the industry. Almost everyone in the hobby has at one time or another either purchased one or considered getting a flame angelfish. We provide the hobbyist with what we feel are the nicest of the Flame Angels, ours arrive from collectors in the Marshall Islands. The Marshall Island Flame Angel has the brightest red of all the locations that Flame angels are found. Another difference is the stripes on the Marshall Island Flame angel. They run verticle from top to bottom as the others do, but are wider.

Recommended Tank size: An aquarium no smaller than 30 gallons should be used to house a flame angelfish. They require rock work incorporating holes, nooks and crannies to dart in and out of so adjust your liverock to this type of scape.
Food and diet:In a saltwater aquarium they should be given a balanced diet. Variety is important, feed them foods from a wide range of food groups. Feeding them a single type of food for too long is generally a bad idea. They should be fed frozen foods that have both meat and algae (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula are all good examples, algae and nori sheets as well as a pellet from a reputable brand like Spectrum.
Level of Care: Easy
Acclimaton Time: 2+ hours
Reef Compatibility:Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-1/2"; Medium; 1-1/2" to 2" ; Large; 2" to 3"

Small $59.99 Medium $69.99 Large $79.99

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Pygmy (Cherub) Angelfish
Centropyge argi
Caribbean

Identification:With a brilliant Saphire Blue coloration and orange highlights to the face. Then add to that a glowing Electric Blue edge on both the dorsal and anal fins it is one angelfish that's hard to forget. An active fish that will swim at all levels in the tank. Lots of caves and hiding places will be appreciated as these fish like to swim in and out of the rock work.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing.
Food and diet:In a saltwater aquarium they should be given a balanced diet. Variety is important, feed them foods from a wide range of food groups. Feeding them a single type of food for too long is generally a bad idea. They should be fed frozen foods that have both meat and algae (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula are all good examples, algae and nori sheets as well as a pellet from a reputable brand like Spectrum.
Level of Care: Easy
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
Approximate purchase size: 1" to 2"

$39.99
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Yellow "Heralds" Angelfish
Centropyge Heraldi
Fiji/Tonga

Description: The Yellow Heraldi angelfish is entirely yellow in color with beautiful bands of orange and ight green on the fins. Found in the pristine waters of the South Pacific this unique angelfish will make a wonderful addition to the established marine aquarium.
Recommended tank size: a 30 gallon or larger aquarium with hiding places and large amounts of live rock to graze on the microalgae growth. Though one of the more difficult miniature angels, it's best chance for being kept successfully is in a reef type aquaria. This is due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro - crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks. It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing.
Food and diet:In a saltwater aquarium they should be given a balanced diet. Variety is important, feed them foods from a wide range of food groups. Feeding them a single type of food for too long is generally a bad idea. They should be fed frozen foods that have both meat and algae (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula are all good examples, algae and nori sheets as well as a pellet from a reputable brand like Spectrum.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-1/2"; Medium; 1-1/2" to 2" ; Large; 2" to 3"

Small $39.99 Medium $44.99 Large $59.99

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Potters Angelfish
Centropyge potteri
Hawaii

Identification:  The only truly common angelfish species in Hawaii, they rank third in importance among Hawaiian fishes exported for the aquarium trade. The Potter's Angel is rusty orange overall with many irregular, vertical gray-blue lines. The orange darkens to bluish black on much of the lower side and this dark area is larger in males than in females, making them easy to distinguish in the field (i.e. females show more orange). The edges of the rear fins are striped horizontally with bright blue and black. Males have more blue on the fins than females and their bodies are slightly more elongate. In captivity they do well if given peaceful tankmates and plenty of time to adjust. Like many angelfishes they are slow to begin feeding.
Recommended Tank size: The Potter's Angelfish requires at least a 30 gallon, well-established tank with multiple hiding places and live rock for grazing on microalgae.
Food and diet:In a saltwater aquarium they should be given a balanced diet. Variety is important, feed them foods from a wide range of food groups. Feeding them a single type of food for too long is generally a bad idea. They should be fed frozen foods that have both meat and algae (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula are all good examples, algae and nori sheets as well as a pellet from a reputable brand like Spectrum.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility:Reef Aquarium Compatibility Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
Approximate Purchase Size:Small: 1" to 1-1/2"; Medium; 1-1/2" to 2" ; Large; 2" to 3"

Small $84.99 Medium $89.99 Large $99.99

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Half Black Angelfish
Centropyge vroloko
Indonesia

Identification: Quite beautiful and mild-mannered, the Half Black Angel also called the Pearl Scale Angelfish, does best in a tank with large amounts of live rock and plant matter.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 75 gallon or larger tank. Like all mini angels provide live rock with holes and caves for hiding and grazing. To do well, the Half Black angelfish needs to be kept in a live rocked aquaria. We would not suggest a fish only tank without live rock because they need the live rock type of tank to survive long term. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet:In a saltwater aquarium they should be given a balanced diet. Variety is important, feed them foods from a wide range of food groups including Spirulina, marine algaes, one of the quality frozen angelfish preparations on the market, along with mysis or frozen shrimp, and other meaty items. A good suggested list would include (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula, along with algae and nori sheets, a pellet from a reputable brand like Spectrum.
Level of Care: Easy
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility: Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-1/2"; Medium; 1-1/2" to 2" ; Large; 2" to 3"

Small $34.99 Medium $39.99 Large $59.99

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Rusty Angelfish
Centropyge ferrugata
Indonesia

Identification: The Rusty Angelfish has the typical shape for dwarf angels, having a small elongated oval shape body with rounded fins. These angels can grow up to almost 4" (10 cm) in length. They can live 10 -15 years or more in nature, though in the aquarium they live an average of about 10 years.. The Rusty Angelfish looks very similar to the Coral Beauty, with the exception of color. It has an oval body with irregularly shaped black dots on a golden brownish orange color along the top half of the fish and a brighter orange on the bottom half of the fish. There is bluish edging on the outer edge of the dorsal and anal fins. The dorsal fin and most of the anal fin are dark. The Rusty Angelfish does best in a tank with large amounts of live rock and plant matter.
Recommended Tank size: Provide a 75 gallon or larger tank. Like all mini angels provide live rock with holes and caves for hiding and grazing. To do well, the Rusty angelfish needs to be kept in a live rocked aquaria. We would not suggest a fish only tank without live rock because they need the live rock type of tank to survive long term. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet:In a saltwater aquarium they should be given a balanced diet. Variety is important, feed them foods from a wide range of food groups including Spirulina, marine algaes, one of the quality frozen angelfish preparations on the market, along with mysis or frozen shrimp, and other meaty items. A good suggested list would include (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula, along with algae and nori sheets, a pellet from a reputable brand like Spectrum.
Level of Care: Easy
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility: Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-1/2"; Medium; 1-1/2" to 2" ; Large; 2" to 3"

Small $34.99 Medium $39.99 Large $59.99

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Multicolor Angel Fish
Centropyge multicolor
Marshall Islands
Identification: The Multicolor Angelfish (Centropyge Multicolor) is a true beauty not often seen in local fish shops because it is collected at depths from 50 feet and deeper. The Multicolor Angel Fish will become one of your favorite fish quite fast. Once acclimated they are a very hardy angelfish. Its body is white while its chest has a colorful bright patch mixed with yellow, orange and red. It has blue dorsal and anal fins while its tail is yellow. The multicolor angel's most striking feature is its crown, a small patch of neon blue and purple lines. At one time, the Multicolor Angelfish was thought to be extremely rare but now with improved collecting techniques we are happy to make this beauty available. The Multicolor Angelfish does best in a tank with large amounts of live rock and plant matter.
Tank Recommendation: Provide a 75 gallon or larger tank. Like all mini angels provide live rock with holes and caves for hiding and grazing. To do well, the Rusty angelfish needs to be kept in a live rocked aquaria. We would not suggest a fish only tank without live rock because they need the live rock type of tank to survive long term. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet:In a saltwater aquarium they should be given a balanced diet. Variety is important, feed them foods from a wide range of food groups. Feeding them a single type of food for too long is generally a bad idea. They should be fed frozen foods that have both meat and algae (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula are all good examples, algae and nori sheets as well as a pellet from a reputable brand like Spectrum.
Reef compatibility: Yes, with caution. May nip at clam mantles. Many people have had success raising the Multicolor Angel in reef tanks where mushrooms and polyps were the corals being kept.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Medium; 1-1/2" to 2-1/2"

Medium $119.99

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Black Nox "Midnight" Angelfish
Centropyge nox
Indonesia

Identification: The Black Nox also called Midnight Angelfish has the typical shape for dwarf angels. My favorite thing about this particular dwarf is the color. Completely black, there arent many fish that can compete with the look of this dwarf angel.
These angels can grow up to almost 4" (10 cm) in length. They can live 10 -15 years or more in nature, though in the aquarium they live an average of about 10 years.. This dwarf angel is pretty slick, with a jet black body it looks almost like a shadow swimming through the tank. These are pretty average in size, getting to about 4 inches in my experience. As with all dwarf angels, they arent always compatible with coral.

Recommended Tank size: Provide a 75 gallon or larger tank. Like all mini angels provide live rock with holes and caves for hiding and grazing. To do well, the Black Nox angelfish needs to be kept in a live rocked aquaria. We would not suggest a fish only tank without live rock because they need the live rock type of tank to survive long term. This is commonly due to specialized diet requirements that reef aquaria provide, in the way of naturally occurring micro-crustacean populations, but in some cases, may simply be due to the more complete natural ecosystem found in reef tanks.
Food and diet:In a saltwater aquarium they should be given a balanced diet. Variety is important, feed them foods from a wide range of food groups including Spirulina, marine algaes, one of the quality frozen angelfish preparations on the market, along with mysis or frozen shrimp, and other meaty items. A good suggested list would include (Formula One, Formula Two, Ocean Nutrition Pygmy Angel Formula, along with algae and nori sheets, a pellet from a reputable brand like Spectrum.
Level of Care: Easy
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility: Generally safe, but may nip at corals, clams, etc.
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-1/2"; Medium; 1-1/2" to 2" ; Large; 2" to 3"

Small $39.99 Medium $49.99 Large $69.99

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Flameback Pygmy Angelfish
Centropyge aurantonotus

Identification:The Flameback angelfish is also called the Orangeback Angelfish and African Cherubfish. It is an omnivorous marine angelfish, with blue body and yellow to orange colouration from the face to middle or end of dorsal fin.The African flameback angelfish is found in the Western Indian Ocean, from the coast of Somalia down to East London in South Africa. It can also be encountered it around certain oceanic islands. The African flameback angelfish inhabits environments with coral rubble and is found from 20 ft down to a depth of 130 ft. It forms groups consisting of up to about 10 individuals.

The largest scientifically measured African flameback angelfish was 3.1 inches. The African flameback angelfish is a strikingly coloured fish where golden-yellow to orange shades contrast sharply against dark blue and purple. The upper sides, head, dorsal and caudal fins are golden yellow to orange, while the lower two-thirds of the body and the anal fin is dark blue and adorned with a profusion of close-set purple dots. In many specimens, a blue ring can be seen around the eye.

Recommended Tank size: Provide a 30 gallon or larger tank . It should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing.
Food and diet:In the wild, the African flameback angelfish feeds chiefly on algae and small invertebrates. It is important to provide it with a varied omnivore diet in the aquarium to keep it healthy. You can for instance combine fresh and dried marine algae, spirulina, angelfish preparations, high-quality flakes or pellets suitable for algaevore fish, and various types of meaty foods such as mysid shrimp and brine shrimp.
Level of Care: Easy
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility:The African flameback angelfish is considered reef safe with caution. It may nip at small-polyped stony corals
Approximate purchase size: Small 1/2" to 1"; Medium 1" to 2"

Small $64.99 Medium $74.99

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Bellus Angelfish
Genicanthus melanospilos

This Angelfish is considered Reef Safe
Description: Genicanthus bellus is an angelfish that occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade. Its common names are the Bellus Angelfish and Orante Angelfish. They are a mid sized angelfish reaching a maximum of 7 inches at adulthood. Genicanthus Bellus are sexually dimorphic, meaning the appearance between males and females is discemible. The females will be blue, black, and white to gray in coloration with horizontal black,white, and blue stripes along the body which shift to vertical striping near the head. The males will be predominantlty white and gray with a bright yellow stripe running horizontally across the body. Males will often also have a yellow stripe that runs along the base of the dorsal fin. Both males and females will have a tail that tapers into the body, giving them the "swallowtail" appearance. The Bellus Angelfish are hermaphroditic which means they have the ability to change sex from female to male and from male to female. This takes place even in the aquarium if the tank is lacking either a male or a female.
Recommended Tank : At a minimum they should be kept in a 70 gallon tanj for a single specimen; with a tank size of 125 gallons or more, for a pair. They can also be kept in a small Harem with one Male and a few Females if you would like. They are peaceful aquarium inhabitants and will rarely bother any tank mates. The one exception is when kept with other Angelfish of the Genicanthus genus. Also no more than one male should be kept in a system. A single male can be maintained with multiple females though.
Food and diet: The Bellus Angelfish is an omnivore, eating mostly zooplankton and marine vegetation, specifically algae in the wild. In captivity, they will also accept frozen and meaty foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp and shell fish. They also eat many greens particularly the dried green algae sheets in the home aquarium. A good frozen marine angekfish preperation are perfect for the Bellus Angel but we suggest you vary the daily diet with a few different frozen foods to provide the best possible nutrition.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility: They are reef-safe, and can be kept with any invertebrates. Possible tankmates include clownfish, blennies, gobies, Chromis, butterflyfish, and small lionfish and eels.
Approximate Purchase Size:Female: 2" to 3-1/2" Male: 3-1/2" to 5"

 

Female $179.99 Male $289.99

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Lamarck's Angelfish
Genicanthus lamarck

This Angelfish is considered Reef Safe
Description: One of the easier to keep angelfish, the Lamarck's Angelfish is also called the Blackstriped Angelfish and Freckletail Lyretail angelfish. Its range stretches from the Indo-Malayan waters, eastwards to Vanuatu, northwards up to southern Japan, and southwards down to the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. Both Male and Female are silver/grey with Black horizontal stripes. What makes this fish attractive to me is the way their body picks up the actinic lighting and gives it a silver/blue appearance. This provides a nice contrast to the other colors in a reef tank. Lamarck's angelfish are found in shallow reef crests and deep reefs adjacent to steep slopes. It lives in harems consisting of 3-7 fish. It feeds on plankton along corral reefs. The male is larger with blackish pelvic fins and a yellow spot on the front head , whereas the smaller female has brighter (white) pelvic fins. Unlike many other angelfish species, Lamarck's angelfish is known to leave other angels alone in the aquarium. This species can be kept in pairs as well as in groups, but keeping more than one male Lamarck's angelfish is not a good idea unless you have a very large and cleverly decorated aquarium.
Recommended Tank : At a minimum they should be kept in a 70 gallon tanj for a single specimen; with a tank size of 125 gallons or more, for a pair. They can also be kept in a small Harem with one Male and a few Females if you would like. They are peaceful aquarium inhabitants and will rarely bother any tank mates. The one exception is when kept with other Angelfish of the Genicanthus genus. Also no more than one male should be kept in a system. A single male can be maintained with multiple females though.
Food and diet: This Angelfish is an omnivore, eating mostly zooplankton and marine vegetation, specifically algae in the wild. In captivity, they will also accept frozen and meaty foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp and shell fish. They also eat many greens particularly the dried green algae sheets in the home aquarium. A good frozen marine angekfish preperation are perfect for the Bellus Angel but we suggest you vary the daily diet with a few different frozen foods to provide the best possible nutrition.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility: They are reef-safe, and can be kept with any invertebrates. Possible tankmates include clownfish, blennies, gobies, Chromis, butterflyfish, and small lionfish and eels.
Approximate Purchase Size:Female: Small: 1" to 2" ; Medium: 2" to 3"; Large: 3" to 4-1/2" Male: Small: 1" to 2" ; Medium: 2" to 3"; Large: 3" to 4-1/2"

Female Small $59.99 Female Medium $69.99 Female Large $99.99
Male Small $179.99 Male Medium $189.99 Male Large $209.99

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Swallowtail Angelfish
Genicanthus melanospilos

This Angelfish is considered Reef Safe
Description: One of the more brightly colored of its Genus, the Swallowtail Angelfish also called the Spotbreast Angelfish is an excellent species to have in the home aquarium. Like its cousins, the Swallowtail Angelfish feeds on Zooplankton, not Sponges, Corals or any other sessile Invertebrate. This makes it an excellent candidate for a Reef type aquarium or a community aquarium with other Angelfish.
Recommended Tank : At a minimum they should be kept in a 70 gallon tanj for a single specimen; with a tank size of 125 gallons or more, for a pair. They can also be kept in a small Harem with one Male and a few Females if you would like. They are peaceful aquarium inhabitants and will rarely bother any tank mates. The one exception is when kept with other Angelfish of the Genicanthus genus. Also no more than one male should be kept in a system. A single male can be maintained with multiple females though.
Food and diet: This Angelfish is an omnivore, eating mostly zooplankton and marine vegetation, specifically algae in the wild. In captivity, they will also accept frozen and meaty foods such as brine shrimp, mysis shrimp and shell fish. They also eat many greens particularly the dried green algae sheets in the home aquarium. A good frozen marine angekfish preperation are perfect for the Bellus Angel but we suggest you vary the daily diet with a few different frozen foods to provide the best possible nutrition.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility: They are reef-safe, and can be kept with any invertebrates. Possible tankmates include clownfish, blennies, gobies, Chromis, butterflyfish, and small lionfish and eels.
Approximate Purchase Size:Approximate Purchase Size:Female: Small: 1" to 2" ; Medium: 2" to 3"; Large: 3" to 4-1/2" Male: Medium: 2-1/2" to 4"; Large: 4" to 6"

Female - Small $69.99 Medium $79.99 Large $99.99
Males - Medium $179.99 Large $209.99

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Japanese Masked Swallowtail Angelfish
Genicanthus semifasciatus

This Angelfish is considered Reef Safe
Description: The Masked Swallowtail Angelfish (Genicanthus semifasciatus) is also known as the True Japanese Swallowtail Angelfish, and is rather uncommon in the saltwater hobby. The males of this species have a white belly with a barred upper body. Their face is yellow, and the yellow coloration runs along the middle of their bodies creating a yellow stripe. The upper half of the female’s body is grayish and their bellies are white. The female’s tail is edged in a black color creating a black V-shape, and they also have black irregular bands behind their eyes.
Recommended Tank : Most aquarists recommend a minimum tank size anywhere from 125 gallons and up. It needs to have live rock for shelter and for grazing. For the Japanese Swollowtail Angel to do well, it needs to be a peaceful tank without any agressive fish
Reef Compatibility: Swallowtail angelfish are considered reef safe. They leave all the invertebrates alone, including corals and clams.
Food and diet: Feed a varied diet consisting of large chunks of meaty foods. These foods include krill, raw table shrimp, squid, clam and mussel. It is also a good idea to occasionally supplement with some type of herbivore diet containing spirulina and supplement with a sponge fortified formula specifically for Angelfish
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Small 1-1/2" to 2", Medium 2" to 3 ", Large 3" to 4-1/2"

Female - Small $149.99 Medium $169.99 Large $189.99
Males - Medium $269.99 Large $299.99

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Queen Angelfish
Holocanthus ciliaris
Description: The queen angelfish (Holacanthus ciliaris) is an angelfish commonly found near reefs in the warmer sections of the western Atlantic Ocean. Queen angelfish get their royal title from the speckled, blue-ringed black spot on their heads that resembles a crown.Decked out with electric blue bodies, blazing yellow tails, and light purple and orange highlights, Queen angels are among the most strikingly colorful of all reef fishes. Their adornments seem shockingly conspicuous, but they blend well when hiding amid the exotic reef colors.

They are shy fish, found either alone or often in pairs in the warm waters of the Caribbean and western Atlantic. Fairly large for reef-dwellers, they can grow up to 18 inches (45 centimeters) in length. They have rounded heads and small beak-like mouths, and, like other angelfish, their long upper and lower fins stream dramatically behind them.

If you order a Juvenile Queen Angelfish, the Small size will be in total Juvenile colors and pattern. The Medium Juvenile and the Large Juvenile will be changing so the coloration and pattern will be a mixture of the Juvenile and Adult.

Recommended Tank : Most aquarists recommend a minimum tank size anywhere from 150 on up to 180 gallons.
Reef Compatibility: Will nip at sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs, corals, and clams.
Food and diet: In the aquarium they should be sustained by a wide selection of live, fresh, or frozen and vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, chopped krill, chopped clams, chopped squid, marine algae, zucchini, spinach, romaine lettuce, and quality Spirulina-based flake foods for angelfish and herbivores.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Juvenile Stage Small: 1" to 1-1/2"; Medium: 1-1/2" to 2-1/4"; Large: 2-1/4" to 3-1/4"
Adult Stage Small: 3" to 3-1/2"; Medium: 3-1/2" to 4-1/2"; Large: 4-1/2" to 6"; XLarge: 6" to 7"

Juvenile --- Small $99.99 Medium $129.99 Large $149.99
Adult --- Small
$149.99 Medium $189.99 Large $299.99 XLarge $399.99

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Juvenile Imperator Angelfish
Indo Pacific
Pomacanthus imperator
Description: Like two different fish, adult and juvenile emperor angelfish look completely different. It was once thought that the two forms were two completely different species. The body of the juvenile is a dark bluish black. It has a light blue line near the tail with a white circle around it. This white circle is surrounded by alternating light blue and white incomplete circles. When the juvenile reaches a length of 5 inches (12 cm), the colors completely change.
Minimum tank size:
Ideally, it should be provided with an established 90 Gallon or more as a juvenile, but 150+ gallon once the Imperator matures to adult size. aquarium setup with a live sand substrate (they enjoy snacking on benthic invertebrates) and plenty of live rock for grazing, shelter, and territory.
Reef Compatibility: Will nip at sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs, corals, and clams.
Food and diet: In the aquarium they should be sustained by a wide selection of live, fresh, or frozen and vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, chopped krill, chopped clams, chopped squid, marine algae, zucchini, spinach, romaine lettuce, and quality Spirulina-based flake foods for angelfish and herbivores. Feed them at least three small meals a day to help support their fast metabolism. If a specimen doesn't initially eat during acclimation, they can be enticed with live brine shrimp, ghost shrimp, and freshly chopped seafood.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Juvenile Small: 1" to 1-3/4"; Juvenile Medium: 1-3/4" to 2-1/2"; Juvenile Large: 2-1/2" to 3-1/4";

Small $79.99 Medium $99.99 Large $159.99
Changing to Adult $229.99

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Imperator Angelfish
Indo Pacific
Pomacanthus imperator

Description: The Emperor Angelfish (Pomacanthus imperator) is also known as Imperial Angelfish and Imperator Angelfish. The name is commonly shortened to Emperor Angel / Imperial Angel / Imperator Angel in everyday speech. The adult fish is blue and decorated with close-set horizontal yellow stripes on the sides and the adjoining dorsal and anal fins. The caudal fin is of a striking yellow to orange shade. The eye is enclosed by a black vertical bar with blue edging. The pectoral fin base is black while the snout is white.
Minimum tank size:
Ideally, it should be provided with an established 150+ gallon aquarium setup with a live sand substrate (they enjoy snacking on benthic invertebrates) and plenty of live rock for grazing, shelter, and territory.
Reef Compatibility: Will nip at sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs, corals, and clams.
Food and diet: In the aquarium they should be sustained by a wide selection of live, fresh, or frozen and vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, chopped krill, chopped clams, chopped squid, marine algae, zucchini, spinach, romaine lettuce, and quality Spirulina-based flake foods for angelfish and herbivores. Feed them at least three small meals a day to help support their fast metabolism. If a specimen doesn't initially eat during acclimation, they can be enticed with live brine shrimp, ghost shrimp, and freshly chopped seafood.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Medium 3" to 4"; Large: 4+" to 6" ; XLarge: 6-1/2" to 71/2", Show 7-1/2" to 9"

Medium $259.99 Large $359.99 XLarge $459.99

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Blue Angelfish
Holacanthus bermudensis
Description: The Blue angelfish, Holacanthus bermudensis, is a species of marine angelfish of the family Pomacanthidae. Holocanthus bermudensis should not be confused with Holocanthus ciliaris, or queen angelfish, despite very similar appearances. The Blue Angel has a “crown”, but not as clear as the Queen Angelfish. The markings of both are very close. The Blue Angelfish is purplish to blue the edges of the scales are paler. Dorsal, anal and tail fins have yellowish-brown dots and yellow trim. Ventral fin is yellow with blue trim and the pectoral fins are exactly the opposite – blue with yellow trim.

If you order a Juvenile Blue Angelfish, the Small size will be in total Juvenile colors and pattern. The Medium Juvenile and the Large Juvenile will be changing so the coloration and pattern will be a mixture of the Juvenile and Adult.
Recommended Tank : Most aquarists recommend a minimum tank size anywhere from 150 on up to 180 gallons. The Blue angelfish will harass other fish without discrimination, particularly new additions to the aquarium. It should be the last fish added to any system. It is not a reef safe fish, and larger specimens may nip at or consume corals, particularly stony or soft ones, and ornamental invertebrates.
Reef Compatibility: Will nip at sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs, corals, and clams.
Food and diet: In the aquarium they should be sustained by a wide selection of live, fresh, or frozen and vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, chopped krill, chopped clams, chopped squid, marine algae, zucchini, spinach, romaine lettuce, and quality Spirulina-based flake foods for angelfish and herbivores. Feed them at least three small meals a day to help support their fast metabolism. If a specimen doesn't initially eat during acclimation, they can be enticed with live brine shrimp, ghost shrimp, and freshly chopped seafood.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Juvenile Stage Small: 1" to 1-1/2"; Medium: 1-1/2" to 2-1/4"; Large: 2-1/4" to 3-1/4"
Adult Stage Small: 3" to 3-1/2"; Medium: 3-1/2" to 4-1/2"; Large: 4-1/2" to 6"

Juvenile --- Small $89.99 Medium $99.99 Large $129.99
Adult --- Small
$129.99 Medium $159.99 Large $249.99

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Blue Face Angelfish
Pomacanthus xanthometopon
Identification: Pomacanthus xanthometopon is known under several different names in English, including Blue-face Angelfish, Blue-faced Angelfish, Blueface Angelfish, Bluefaced Angelfish, Yellow-face Angelfish, Yellow-faced Angelfish, Yellowface Angelfish, Yellowfaced Angelfish, and Yellowmask Angelfish. The Blueface Angelfish occurs in the Indo-Pacific,inhabits lagoon, channels and outer reef slopes with prolific algae growth. Juvenile specimens are typically found in shallow waters and are especially common in inshore caves with algae growth. The juvenile fish is covered in vertical black, white and sapphire blue stripes. When it reaches a length of roughly 5 in / 13 cm, it will start changing into its adult coloration. The body develops a pale yellow shade bluish scales and the pectoral fin becomes bright yellow. The face of the adult fish is mottled-blue with small yellow spots and a characteristic yellow mask extends from eye to eye (but not much beyond each eye). On the caudal end of the dorsal fin, you can see a black eyespot.
Recommended tank size:Ideally, it should be provided with an established 90+ gallon aquarium setup with a live sand substrate (they enjoy snacking on benthic invertebrates) and plenty of live rock for grazing, shelter, and territory. They should also have plenty of open swimming space and strong water movement in addition to high intensity lighting.
Reef Compatibility: Will nip at sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs, corals, and clams.
Food and diet: In the aquarium they should be sustained by a wide selection of live, fresh, or frozen and vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, chopped krill, chopped clams, chopped squid, marine algae, zucchini, spinach, romaine lettuce, and quality Spirulina-based flake foods for angelfish and herbivores. Feed them at least three small meals a day to help support their fast metabolism. If a specimen doesn't initially eat during acclimation, they can be enticed with live brine shrimp, ghost shrimp, and freshly chopped seafood.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Sub Adult Small: 2" to 2-1/2"; Adult Medium: 2-1/2" to 4-1/2"; Adult Large: 4-1/2" to 6-1/2"; Adult XLarge: 6-1/2" to 71/2"

Small $189.99 Medium $219.99 Large $359.99 XLarge$489.99

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Majestic Angel
Euxiphipops navarchus
Identification: The Majestic Angelfish is one of the more mellow large angelfish and usually does not display aggression towards its tankmates, with the possible exception of other large angels and conspecifics introduced after it has established itself. One of the smaller full size angelfish, it reaches a maximum adult size of approximately 10 inches, is a slow grower, and will rarely attain this size in an aquarium.
Recommended tank size:Ideally, it should be provided with an established 125+ gallon aquarium setup with a live sand substrate (they enjoy snacking on benthic invertebrates) and plenty of live rock for grazing, shelter, and territory.
Reef Compatibility: Will nip at sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs, corals, and clams.
Food and diet: In the aquarium they should be sustained by a wide selection of live, fresh, or frozen and vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, chopped krill, chopped clams, chopped squid, marine algae, zucchini, spinach, romaine lettuce, and quality Spirulina-based flake foods for angelfish and herbivores. Feed them at least three small meals a day to help support their fast metabolism. If a specimen doesn't initially eat during acclimation, they can be enticed with live brine shrimp, ghost shrimp, and freshly chopped seafood.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Small 1-1/ 2" to 2-3/4"; Medium 3" to 4-3/4"; Large: 5" to 6" ; XLarge: 6-1/4" to 71/2"

Small $189.99 Medium $219.99 Large $359.99 XLrg $489.99

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Singapore Angelfish
Chaetodontoplus mesoleucus
Description: A popular Angel, the Singapore Angel is a very attractive specimen that can be kept with other Angels in a nice community type tank or reef type aquarium. It is a shallow water fish found from just below the surface down to about 60 feet of water. They are endemic to the western Pacific, with a range that stretches from Japan to Indonesia. Also known as the Vermiculated Angelish, they are quite hardy and take to frozen foods quickly. In the wild the largest recorded size is 7 inches. In an aquarium you should expect this fish to reach into the 5" range in captivity. These aren't the most aggressive animal in their family, but they still don't like other fish that are the same size and shape. They look amazing under lights with actinic highlights. This is a perfect example of a fish not seen very often, but probably should.
Recommended Tank : Most aquarists recommend a minimum tank size anywhere from 90 on up to 120 gallons and it should have live rock for shelter and for grazing. It needs to be a peaceful tank without any agressive fish for the Singapore Angelfish to do well.
Reef Compatibility: Will nip at stony and soft corals.sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs and clams.
Food and diet: We feed them a mix of meaty and pelletized foods. A varied diet is a must for any angelfish to be healthy, and the Singapore is no exception. In the home aquarium they should be sustained by a wide selection of live, fresh, or frozen and vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, chopped krill, chopped clams, chopped squid, marine algae, zucchini, spinach, romaine lettuce, and quality Spirulina-based flake foods for angelfish and herbivores.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-3/4"; Medium: 1-3/4" to 2-1/2"; Large: 2-1/2" to 3-1/4"

Small $39.99 Medium $49.99 Large $59.99

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Regal Angelfish
Pygoplites diacanthus, Fiji

Description The Regal Angelfish can be recognised by the alternating yellow and black-edged white bars on the body. The soft part of the dorsal fin is blue with black scribbles. The anal fin has yellow and blue stripes. The caudal fin is yellow.uvenile Regal Angelfish are similar to the adults, but are more orange than yellow, and have a distinct ocellus on the soft dorsal fin.t occurs in tropical marine waters of the Indo-West and Central Pacific, from East Africa and the Red Sea, north to Japan, south to Australia and east to the Tuamoto Islands.
Recommended tank size: Ideally, it should be provided with an established 125+ gallon aquarium setup with a live sand substrate (they enjoy snacking on benthic invertebrates) and plenty of live rock for grazing, shelter, and territory.
Reef Compatability: The Regal Angelfish is prone to nip at large-polyped stony corals, soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles, but may be kept with small-polyped stony corals and soft corals.
Feeding and diet: To entice a Regal Angelfish to eat, use a diet of fresh shrimp and chopped seafood. The diet should also include herbivore preparations which include Spirulina and marine algae, and angelfish preparations containing sponges.
Level of Care: Difficult, rec'd for the Advanced Aquarist
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Reef Compatibility:Not Recommended
Approximate Purchase Size: Small 11/2" to 2"; Medium 2" to 3 1/2"; Large: 3 1/2" to 5" ; XLarge: 5" and up

Small $119.99 Medium $169.99 Large $259.99

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French Angelfish
Pomacanthus paru

Description: The French angela, Pomacanthus paru, is a large angelfish of the family Pomacanthidae, found in the western Atlantic from Florida and the Bahamas to Brazil, and also the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, including the Antilles, and the eastern Atlantic . The adult background coloration is black but the scales of the body, except those at the front from nape to abdomen, are rimmed with golden yellow. Furthermore the pectoral fins have a broad orange-yellow bar, the dorsal filament is yellow, the chin is whitish, the outer part of the iris is yellow, and the eye is narrowly rimmed below with blue. Juveniles are black with vertical yellow bands.
Recommended tank size:Ideally, it should be provided with an established 125+ gallon aquarium setup with a live sand substrate (they enjoy snacking on benthic invertebrates) and plenty of live rock for grazing, shelter, and territory. They should also have plenty of open swimming space and strong water movement in addition to high intensity lighting.
Reef Compatibility: Will nip at sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs, corals, and clams.
Food and diet: In the aquarium they should be sustained by a wide selection of live, fresh, or frozen and vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, chopped krill, chopped clams, chopped squid, marine algae, zucchini, spinach, romaine lettuce, and quality Spirulina-based flake foods for angelfish and herbivores. Feed them at least three small meals a day to help support their fast metabolism. If a specimen doesn't initially eat during acclimation, they can be enticed with live brine shrimp, ghost shrimp, and freshly chopped seafood.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size:Juvenile Small 1" to 1-1/2"; Juvenile Medium 1-1/2" to 2 -1/4" ; Juvenile Large 2-1/4" to 3-1/4"
Approximate Purchase Size:Adult Small: 3" to 3-1/2";Adult Medium: 3-1/2" to 4-1/2";Adult Large: 4-1/2" to 6";Adult XLarge: 6" to 7"

Juvenile --- Small $99.99 Medium $109.99 Large $139.99
Adult --- Small
$139.99 Medium $179.99 Large $259.99XLarge $389.99

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Juvenile Koran Angelfish
Pomocanthus semicirculatus
 
Description: Pomacanthus semicirculatus is known under several different common names including Koran Angelfish, Blue Koran Angelfish, Semicircle Angelfish, Half-circle Angelfish, and Half-circled Angelfish. The name is often shortened to Koran Angel / Blue Koran Angel / Semicircle Angel / Half-circle Angel / Half-circled Angel. The Koran Angelfish is found in the Indo-Pacific. Its geographical range stretches from East Africa and the Red Sea to Samoa. The range proceeds northwards up to southern Japan and southwards down to Western Australia and New South Wales, including Lord Howe Island. The Juvenile pattern will begin to dissolve into that of the adult pattern at around 4 inches.
Recommended tank size:A minimum of a 90 gallon tank is necessary. Provide plenty of hiding places such as caves and live rock for grazing.
Reef Compatibility: Will nip at sessile invertebrates such as nudibranchs, corals, and clams.
Food and diet: In the aquarium they should be sustained by a wide selection of live, fresh, or frozen and vitamin-enriched brine shrimp, mysis shrimp, chopped krill, chopped clams, chopped squid, marine algae, zucchini, spinach, romaine lettuce, and quality Spirulina-based flake foods for angelfish and herbivores. Feed them at least three small meals a day to help support their fast metabolism. If a specimen doesn't initially eat during acclimation, they can be enticed with live brine shrimp, ghost shrimp, and freshly chopped seafood.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Juvenile Small: 1" to 2"; Juvenile Medium: 2" to 3"; Juvenile Large: 3" to 4"

Small $59.99 Medium $79.99 Large $129.99

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Asfur Angelfish
Pomacanthus asfur
Identification: The Asfur Angelfish Pomacanthus asfur is unusually beautiful both as a juvenile and as an adult. The adult has a royal blue body with an intense yellow tail and a large, wide, yellow "V" shaped stripe. The juvenile has an attractive blue with light-blue and white stripes. During both stages this angel is truly a stunning eye catcher. Other common names the Asfur Angelfish are known by are the Arabian Angelfish, Crescent Angelfish, and Half Moon Angelfish. The Asfur has bold colors but not the bold dominant personality seen in some other large angels. These angelfish are some of the easiest to get along with of the Pomacanthus group, with a friendly disposition.
The Asfur Angelfish can reach around 16 inches (41 cm) in the wild and when kept in a large enough tank, but they rarely grow more than 9 inches in captivity but they still need a very large tank to reach their full size. Angelfish are more prone to stress than other fish of the same size when not provided with a large amount of swimming room. Their more shy nature means they do need to have several hiding areas to feel secure. A smaller Asfur Angel can be started in 120 gallon tank, but a Large adult really needs at least 250 gallon or larger for comfort and to achieve its full size. Their shallower water preferences in the wild permit a higher temperature tank than what is needed for deep dwelling fish. In most cases, there is no need for a chiller. As long as correct tank parameters are met, the Asfur can acclimate and is moderately hardy as an adult. The more secure this fish feels, the more it will come out into the open. Aggressive tank mates will also prevent this angel from coming out and cause it stress. Generally not considered reef safe, however you should be able to keep your corals not looking like an appetizer as long as he is fed very well.

Recommended tank size: Ideally, it should be provided with an established 120 to 150 gallon aquarium for a smaller Asfur or 250+ gallon for a larger Asfur Angel. The tank must have live sand substrate and plenty of live rock for grazing, shelter, and territory. They should also have plenty of open swimming space and good water movement.
Reef Compatibility: Generally not considered reef safe, however you should be able to keep your corals not looking like an appetizer as long as he is fed very well.
Food and diet: Asfur Angels are omnivores. In the wild they eat a wide variety of sponges with small amounts of algae, tunicates, hydroids, and bryozoans. It is important that you feed angelfish all kinds of live, frozen, and prepared formula foods. Feed vegetable based foods as well as meaty foods like chopped squid, scallop, and shrimp. Prepared foods with marine sponge and tunicates are essential. Foods containing color enhancing qualities may be used as well. A good Angelfish formula that can be made at home consists of mussels, shrimp, squid, and spinach. Feed 3 or more times a day. Frequent smaller feedings will help them to be more friendly and in better health.
Level of Care: Moderate
Acclimaton Time: 3+ hours
Approximate Purchase Size: Adult Small: 1-1/2" to 2"; Medium: 2-1/2" to 4"; Large: 4" to 6"; XLarge: 6" to 7"

Small $219.99 Medium $249.99 Large $349.99 XLarge$489.99
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ReefPods™ Tisbe the most popular aquarium Pod -they consumes your aquarium’s wastes and detritus, reproduce well, and are food for a multitude of reef inhabitants!

ReefPods™ Tisbe is a live culture of the harpacticoid copepod Tisbe biminiensis. Tisbe adult copepods live on bottom substrate such as live rock or sand and will eat detritus and microalage in the aquarium. They produce a small nauplii which is an excellent food for aquarium filter feeders and fish larvae. The adults are eaten by small bottom feeding fish such as gobies, dragonettes and blennies.

ReefPods™ Tisbe may be used as a starter culture to add to marine aquarium refugiums or the main tank. Once established they will reproduce quickly, growing from nauplii to adults in about nine days. They will thrive in a wide range of aquarium temperatures and a wide range of salinities. It is suggested they be added to the aquarium at night or to the refugium to avoid immediate fish predation.

Tisbe is an excellent all purpose aquarium copepod owing to its role in the natural environment as a detritivore. An opportunist feeder, Tisbe can be used as a tank cleaner consuming uneaten food and wastes as well as phytoplankton in the tank and refugium. Tisbe is capable of producing many eggs during its adult life span that hatch into nauplii which will enter the water column as food for your filter feeding reef inhabitants and replenish the adult population vital to tank hygiene. Tisbe adults and juveniles may also enter the water column and be tasty and nutritious treats for your reef fish!


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