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The Griffis Angelfish, Apolemichthys griffisi, is a rare angelfish species to the aquarium trade. Native to the reefs of the Marshall Islands in the Pacific Ocean, this rarity features a primarily black and white body and varying stripes. A large solid black band spans from its head to its caudal peduncle. Often, there is a quarter-sized black spot near its head. Juvenile Griffis Angelfish feature smaller black dots.
As they will grow to 8 inches Griffis Angels are best cared for:
in tanks of at least 130 gallons with plenty of live rock hiding places
fed a varied diet of algae, spirunlina, frozen meaty foods and live inverts
away from other angelfish species
away from clam mantles, sessile inverts, and soft corals as they may nip
When cared for properly, the Griffis Angel can be incredibly long lived with some species having a lifespan of over ten years. They rare beauties are amazing fish and make for great centerpieces of most aquariums.