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  1. Aquatic Discussion
    Maintenance difficulty: This fish is difficult to keep in captivity. Young specimens under 20 cm (8 inches) seem to adapt better to aquarium life than adults. They are finicky eaters and are therefore recommended only for experienced aquarists with large show tanks and availability of a...
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    Like many angelfish the semicirculatus changes color when it enters adulthood. As a juvenile it is colored dark blue with lighter blue edging and white semicircular markings. As an adult the color turns gray to light yellow with darker spots. It grows to a maximum of 15 inches (380 mm) in the...
  3. Aquatic Discussion
    Below is the adult coloration of this fish . The juvenile is blue with light-blue and white stripes, it looks similar to the Koran angelfish except the Arabian has 3 bars that are predominantly white. Older juveniles have yellow markings on the dorsal and a yellow caudal fin that make them...
  4. Aquatic Discussion
    The King angelfish is another example of a fish that looks completely different as an adult (as shown above). The juvenile is more colorful with blue-white stripes on a light orange background (no picture yet). Maintenance difficulty: This fish is moderately difficult to keep. Maintenance...
  5. Aquatic Discussion
    Maintenance difficulty: This fish is moderately difficult to keep. Maintenance: This angelfish survives mainly on sponges so make sure you can get an angel formula with sponge in it. It is important that you feed angelfish all kinds of live, frozen, and prepared formula foods. Best to...
  6. Aquatic Discussion
    This Lamarck is getting cleaned of parasites by the cleaner wrasse in the photo. The Lamarck is not a spectacular beauty but it is an interesting fish and is hardy for an angelfish. They are somewhat shy so provide them with plenty of caves and hiding places. Maintenance difficulty: This...
  7. Aquatic Discussion
    The specimen above has the juvenile coloration. The adults lose the yellow stripe behind the eye and at the base of the caudal (tail) fin. Maintenance difficulty: This fish is moderately difficult to keep. Maintenance: It is important that you feed angelfish all kinds of live, frozen...
  8. Aquatic Discussion
    These fish are found in the Pacific Ocean in coral reef areas. They are rare in the aquarium trade but make great pets and will readily take food from their owners' hand. Maintenance difficulty: This fish is easy to keep if you get a healthy specimen. Maintenance: It is important that...
  9. Aquatic Discussion
    Can you guess why they call this a 'Keyhole' angelfish? Maintenance difficulty: This fish is moderately difficult to keep. Maintenance: It is important that you feed angelfish all kinds of live, frozen, and prepared formula foods. Pygmy angelfish are known to eat mostly algae in the...
  10. Aquatic Discussion
    Maintenance difficulty: This fish is moderately difficult to keep. As with most angelfish, it isn't for the beginner. Maintenance: It is important that you feed angelfish all kinds of live, frozen, and prepared formula foods. Pygmy angelfish are known to eat mostly algae in the wild, so a...
  11. Aquatic Discussion
    Heralds' Angelfish, Centropyge heraldi looks exactly like a lemonpeel Angelfish but without the blue ring around the eye and gill covers. Also, Herald's angelfish is not as dependant on algae in it's diet as the Lemonpeel is. Maintenance difficulty: This fish is moderately difficult to...
  12. Aquatic Discussion
    The Lemonpeel Angelfish needs plenty of vegetable matter in its diet. Make sure to give it lettuce leaves, and good spirulina-angelfish formula. Maintenance difficulty: This fish is moderately difficult to keep. Maintenance: This angelfish survives mainly on algae so make sure and give...
  13. Aquatic Discussion
    This is another pygmy angelfish that looks a lot like a Shepardi angelfish. This is a very hardy fish similar to the Coral Beauty (Centropyge bispinosus). It is possible to keep these fish in reefs since most don't harm the corals, but you must keep an eye out for problems since they can turn...
  14. Aquatic Discussion
    Also known as the Singapore Angel Fish Maintenance difficulty: This fish is moderately difficult to keep. Maintenance: It is important that you feed angelfish all kinds of live, frozen, and prepared formula foods. Best to feed small amounts several times a day. A good formula that can be...
  15. Aquatic Discussion
    The Euxiphops are the most exotic of all the angelfish. The Blue-girdled Angelfish is no exception. This is one beautiful fish! -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Maintenance difficulty: This fish is moderately difficult to keep. Maintenance...
  16. Aquatic Discussion
    These are beautiful little fish-purple/blue bodies with a yellow face and blue rings around their eyes. The gill covers have two opercular spines. Maintenance difficulty: This fish is fairly easy to keep. Maintenance: This angelfish is very hardy and generally a good eater taking all...
  17. Aquatic Discussion
    Apolemichthys xanthopunctatus This fish is almost unknown to the aquarium hobby and is included here for curiosity only. It has been found only in the Line and eastern Caroline islands (central-western Pacific). Maintenance difficulty: It is kept so rarely we don't know how difficult it is...
  18. Aquatic Discussion
    These striking angels have been touted as a very good fish for reef tanks. This is generally true of most of the pygmy angels although any angelfish in a reef must be observed carefully because they are not completely trustworthy. At times they have been known to destroy corals, sponges, etc...
  19. Aquatic Discussion
    Blueface Angel-- Pomacanthus xanthometapon The blue faced angelfish is definitely one of the most beautiful of the angelfish. It is rather hard to keep though, so it should be left to the experienced fishkeeper. It grows to a maximum of 15 inches (380 mm) in the aquarium...
  20. Aquatic Discussion
    The Bicolor angelfish is appropriately named because of it's brilliant blue and yellow color. Although this is a very popular fish it is not as easy to keep as many other angelfish. Make sure they are offered hiding places and a diet which includes vegetable matter, small crustaceans, and worms...
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