The Randalli Anthias is one of the most beautiful in the anthias family. Male becomes striped in red and magenta, whereas the females will have yellow snout. The Male Randalli Anthias needs a tank with plenty of cliffs and overhangs, so that it feels as comfort able as in its natural habitat. The Male Randalli Anthias is mainly planktonic thus introducing plenty of live rocks is beneficial as it can encourage the growth of algae on which it can feed in between its meals. Since the Randalli Anthias doesn?t bother any invertebrates present in the tank, it makes a good reef dweller in the tank. The Randalli Anthias is hermaphrodite, and it is difficult to distinguish characteristic features between males and females. The Male Randalli Anthias should never be housed with larger and more active, aggressive Anthias species. The Randalli Anthias is peaceful in nature but may become belligerent towards the same kind of species. The Randalli Anthias thrives well in a temperature range of 72-78 degrees Fahrenheit and pH of 8.1-8.4. The Male Randalli Anthias is a beautiful fish to keep, and with its stunning color, it makes a captivating addition to any aquarium. The Male Randalli Anthias is semi-difficult and needs special car and food for its survival.