The Sargassum Angler, Histrio histrio, also known as the Sargassum Frogfish features an ornate rock-like appearance with a smooth, rather than rough, skin. Like other frogfish, the Sargassum Angler is a master of disguise as much of its time in the wild is spent waiting in sargassum plants to ambush prey. As such, this species' leafy camouflage makes it almost unnoticeable amongst the sargassum.
It is best kept in a tank of at least 50 gallons with a tightly sealed lid to prevent escapes. They should be kept singly or in a mated pair, have plenty of free swimming space, and away from small fish that might become prey. The Sargassum Angler is a really unique fish that is well suited to the home aquarium is put in the proper environment.