This is a group of angels that can be placed in a reef tank, but there is a good chance they will pick on corals. Because they get large in size, they need to be placed in larger reef tanks or large FOWLR tanks. They tend to be a hardy fish and usually live for quite some time. They should be fed mysis shrimp, flake, nori, and formula food. A deep water angelfish that doesn’t show up for sale very often and when it does, it’s very expensive. A very hardy angel and usually does very well.
Scientific Name: Apolemichthys griffisia
Fish Diet: Formula I & II, Mysis Shrimp, Meaty Foods
Reef Safe: No
Minimum Tank Size: 125gal
Relative Care: Medium