Masked Angel – Juvenile


Scientific Name: Genicanthus personatus

Fish Care

Fish Diet: Formula I & II, Mysis Shrimp, Meaty Foods
Aggressiveness: Non-Aggressive
Reef Safe: Yes
Minimum Tank Size: 150 gallons
Max Size:
Relative Care: Experts Only


This is a group of angels that can be placed in a reef tank, but it is likely 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 are pretty hardy and usually live for quite some time. They should be fed mysis shrimp, flake, nori, and formula food. A deep water angel that doesn’t show up that often. They rarely eat and usually die. Best left in the ocean.