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If you come across a fish with a very appealing yellow body and an angelic tail, there are chances it could be the Blacktail Lemonpeel Angel. It is a cross between a lemonpeel and a halfback angelfish. Showcasing a great deal in coloration, Angelfish display mutual traits of the Lemonpeel Angelfish and the Halfblack Angelfish. The tail is always black (however coloration in black may vary) or rear section of the body features colorful blue dots. The sheer vibrancy in colors reasons for its paramount importance in aquarium trade. Opt for a 70-gallon or larger aquarium with live rock (with microalgae growth) and large hiding places to enhance more activity. They tend to bite small-polyped stony corals and clam mantles. It is also advised to not keep Angelfish with any fish of the same genera in an aquarium. These fish are generally fed frozen Mysis shrimp, meaty crustaceans, and spirulina algae. However, it is important to keep in mind that an unfed angelfish is prone to experimentation with diet. It will quickly find a new clam or a coral to enjoy a fresh and tasty treat.