The Evansi Anthias is also commonly referred to as the Evan's Anthias, or the Kupang Goldie. The Evansi Anthias is peaceful in nature and does well with other non-aggressive fishes. The Evansi Anthias can be difficult to maintain thus it should not be recommended for a beginner aquarist. It is best to keep one male with several females in a tank not less than 65 gallons. If the Evansi Anthias is kept alone, then 25 gallon tank is sufficient. Since it is hermaphrodite, breeding is quite difficult in captivity. ÿIf a dominant male perishes, the largest female of the group will often morph to take its place. The Evansi Anthias mainly feeds on plankton, and supplementing with Zooplankton, Artemia, or Cyclopeeze can increase the probability of successful maintenance of this fish, since it may have difficulty digesting other commercial diets. The Evansi Anthias thrives well in temperature range of 72-78 degrees Fahrenheit and pH of 8.1-8.4. The Evansi Anthias is an active swimmer and can be seen swimming throughout the day. The Evansi Anthias prefers to have high flow environment in captivity. Though it is not overly aggressive, the Evansi Anthias may turn belligerent towards the same species.