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The Tiger Queen Anthias, Pseudanthias lori, is commonly referred to as the Queen Tiger fish, Queen Tiger, or Lori's Anthias. The Tiger Queen Anthias is peach to orange in color along with broad darker stripes on the dorsal part of the body. The Tiger Queen Anthias are sensitive when introduced in an aquarium that is why it is suggested to keep them with more peaceful tank mates. The Tiger Queen Anthias, like most Anthias, are hermaphrodites in nature and are born females, and only develop as males if there is a shortage of males. They will grow up to 5 inches and should be kept in a tank no smaller than 70 gallons if kept individually, and no less than 130 gallons if kept in a group. If you are willing to keep a group, we suggest you to introduce all the Tiger Queen Anthias at the same time The Tiger Queen Anthias is absolutely reef safe and usually is tolerant of ornamental shrimp or other invertebrates. The Tiger Queen Anthias prefer to live in an environment with lots of hiding places and live rocks, rapid current and open water. A couple of large overhangs are also suggested to keep so that they can rest over it. Due to their small mouth, we suggest you to provide them with small food that includes Mysis shrimps, finely chopped sea food, especially color enhancing foods that can maintain their body color and make them vivid all through. The Tiger Queen Anthias do not prefer a brightly lit aquarium, and can flourish in a temperature range of 72-78.??F and a pH of 8.1-8.4.