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Indian Angel

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Xanthurus Cream Angelfish
(Apolemichthys xanthurus)
Starting at $39.99
The Xanthurus Cream Angelfish is also referred to as the Indian Yellowtail Angelfish, Cream Angelfish, or Yellowtail Black Angelfish. True to its Latin name, the caudal fin is yellow. The dorsal fin is outlined with a silvery-white line.The Xanthurus Cream Angelfish adapts readily to aquarium life.…
Multibar Angelfish
(Paracentropyge multifasciata)
Starting at $79.99
…the back of the dorsal fin.The Multibar Angel requires a minimum tank size of 70 gallons with plenty of hiding places and live rock for grazing. This angelfish is best kept as the only species member in a tank. The Multibar Angel, like other dwarf angels, are hermaphroditic, difficult to breed, and…
Golden Angelfish
(Centropyge aurantia)
Starting at $129.99
…will not damage these corals, but rather just irritate them.The Golden Angel, like other dwarf angels, are hermaphroditic, difficult to breed, and indistinguishable in color variations from male to female.The Golden Angel prefers a variety of small meaty items, angelfish and herbivore preparations,…
Blue Girdled Angelfish
(Pomacanthus navarchus)
Starting at $99.99
…a dark blue band, or girdle, that covers the face and extends backward. The girdle is highlighted with neon blue margins.While somewhat shy, this angel is one of the easier angelfish to keep. It requires a tank of 180 gallons or more with multiple hiding places and live rock for grazing. The Blue…
Coral Beauty Angelfish, Captive-Bred Biota
(Centropyge bispinosa)
Starting at $69.99
…South Pacific, to the Western Pacific Ocean, and throughout the Indian Ocean. The body and head are a deep royal blue, highlighted with an iridescent orange to yellow. The Biota Coral Beauty Angelfish are one of the easiest angels to care for and have a unique advantage over wild-harvested species.…
Black Nox Angelfish
(Centropyge nox)
Starting at $29.99
The Black Nox Angelfish, also known as the Midnight Angelfish, is uniformly black over its entire body.It requires at least a 70 gallon tank with lots of hiding places. The Black Nox Angelfish should be the only dwarf angelfish in the tank. It is not a good reef dweller and may eat soft coral…
Lamarck's Angelfish
(Genicanthus lamarck)
Starting at $34.99
…small, docile planktivores such as Anthias, Fairy Wrasses, Flasher Wrasses, and Fire Gobies but will usually ignore other fish, including other Angels. Only one male Lamarck's Angelfish should be kept per tank. Fish of the genus Genicanthus are the only zooplanktivores among the angelfish.The diet…
Six Bar Angelfish
(Pomacanthus sexstriatus)
Starting at $39.99
The Six Bar Angelfish is alternately referred to as the Sixbanded Angelfish or Six Striped Angelfish. As an adult, the primarily pale-tan body has five nearly evenly-spaced dark brown stripes. The sixth stripe is white and just behind the eye. Dark blue polka-dots cover the entire body, while…
Koran Angelfish
(Pomacanthus semicirculatus)
Starting at $35.99
The Koran Angelfish, also referred to as the Semicircular Angelfish or Halfcircled Angelfish, is an extremely popular and hardy angelfish. As an adult, the body color is a yellow-green that bleeds from light to dark moving front to back along the body. Lighter areas are speckled-blue while darker…
Annularis Angelfish
(Pomacanthus annularis)
Starting at $64.99
The Annularis Angelfish is also referred to as the Blue Ring Angelfish and Blue King Angelfish due to its brilliant sapphire stripes over a predominantly brown body and whitish-blue tail.A minimum of a 220 gallon tank is necessary for a single Annularis. Provide plenty of hiding places such as caves…
Harlequin Tusk
(Choerodon fasciatus)
Starting at $89.99
The Harlequin Tusk originates from the reefs of the Indian Ocean and Australia. Indian Ocean Tusks have orange stripes with white margins and a hint of blue adjacent to the tail of the fish. Australian Tusks have orange stripes with vivid blue margins starting from the pectoral fin, along the fishes…
Rusty Angelfish
(Centropyge ferrugata)
Starting at $26.99
The Rusty Angelfish is aptly named for its predominate red or amber coloration punctuated with black dots that decrease in size from dorsal to anal and pelvic fins. The anal fin is dark and both the dorsal and anal fins are rimmed in bright, sapphire-blue.The Rusty Angelfish requires at least a 70…
Emperor Angelfish
(Pomacanthus imperator)
Starting at $99.99
The adult Emperor Angelfish, also called the Imperator Angelfish, has a bold, blue body covered with bright yellow horizontal stripes culminating in a bright yellow to orange caudal fin. A striking blue-black mask covers the eyes and a similarly-colored vertical band extends from the pectoral fin…
Singapore Angelfish
(Chaetodontoplus mesoleucus)
Starting at $26.99
The Singapore Angelfish, also known as the Vermiculated Angelfish, has been likened to a butterflyfish in body structure. Blue lips and a yellow nose abruptly change to a black vertical band over the eyes, resembling a mask. The mask is bordered with another thin vertical band of yellow, followed by…
Blueface Angelfish
(Pomacanthus xanthometopon)
Starting at $79.99
Referred to variously as the Blueface, Yellowface, or Yellowmask Angelfish, the adult and juvenile Blueface Angelfish differ markedly in coloration. As a juvenile, the body is covered with alternating vertical stripes of black, white, and sapphire blue. Upon growing to approximately five inches, the…
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