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The Majestic Angelfish is also commonly known as Blue Girdled Angelfish. With its beautiful yellow scales and blue margins over it, the Majestic Angelfish makes a gorgeous addition to any tank. f Also, it is not advisable to keep adult Majestic Angelfish in aquarium smaller than 100 gallons. The presences of live rocks are recommended to continue the normal grazing behavior in captivity. Juvenile Majestic Angelfish fish are considered less risky for a reef aquarium but as they grow they nip at stony corals with large polyps and eats clams, soft corals. It is semi-aggressive towards other similar genus species, other angelfish, and its own species, therefore we suggest you to keep them singly or if you still want to keep it in group it is advisable to keep them in a large and cleverly decorated aquarium. The Majestic Angelfish is omnivores and feeds mainly on sponges, tunicates and algae. Also it eats corals, worms, crustaceans and mollusks. Apart from these feeding habits, additional meaty foods such as fresh, frozen shrimps, and mysis shrimps are beneficial for its continued health growth. The water quality has to be excellent along with the temperature range of 71-77 degree Fahrenheit, and pH value of 8.1 to 8.4 for the Majestic Angelfish to thrive well.
She is colorful and healthy fish. The first two days my baby chevron tang and six bar angel have been chasing her since she acclimated to the tank. Now they all getting along very good. Make sure you have at least 180 gallon aquarium with live rock.
Reviewed by: Saigon on
Received my gorgeous Majestic Angelfish on 04/19/2017 and arrived in good condition. I used the drip method to acclimate her to a quarantine tank and within a couple of days she began eating brine shrimp and flakes. I am anxious for the quarantine period to end so that she can go into my 500 gallon artificial reef.
Thank, Saltwaterfish.com for fulfilling my wish for a wonderful fish.
Reviewed by: Roy Weiser on