The Pygmy Angelfish is a beautiful little fish also named as a Cherubfish. It exhibits a beautiful blue body with yellow orange face, along with blue rings around its eyes. Due to its small size, the dwarf angelfish does well in a small aquarium. The dwarf angelfish is very active in nature. The Pygmy Angelfish is reef safe. It is hardy fish and well suited to a community tank with other docile fishes such as gobies, firefish, and flasher wrasses, etc. The Pygmy Angelfish grazes the algae growth on live rocks and can be fed additional foods such as spirulina algae, Mysis shrimp. The pygmy angel prefers a temperature range of 72-72 degrees Fahrenheit.
|Love this little guy! He is so beautiful and such an interesting personality! He doesn't bother anyone and has actually become friends with our yellow wrasse! They swim attached at the hip looking for food! He is a very mellow swimmer who loves swimming through the rock work to find new caves. He is a little hard to feed when competing with quicker eaters, I let a couple pellets sink in front of him and sink a few spirulina flakes)! I highly recommend him, he is sweet, beautiful, and easy!|
|Reviewed by: Caitlin from Texas on Aug. 21, 2013, 7 p.m.|