Zebra Angel

Plankton Feeder Type Angels – This group of angels usually do very well in reef type tank, but because of their size, which can range from 4 8 inches, they need larger sized reef tanks. Most are plankton feeders and eat food out of the water column.…

Watanabei Angel (Female)

This group of angels (plankton-feeder angels) usually do very well in reef type tank, but because of their size, which can range from 4-8 inches, they need larger sized reef tanks. Most are plankton feeders and eat food out of the water column.…

Bellus Angel

The Bellus Angelfish is one of the few angelfish displaying sexual dimorphism. The male is an iridescent pale white and blue, with the lower half of the body and anal fin highlighted by long, horizontal blue stripes and one, yellow to orange stripe extending toward...

Lamarck Angel

The Lamarck’s Angelfish (or Lamark Angelfish) is also called the Freckletail Lyretail Angelfish. They have the distinction among angelfish of being sexually dimorphic. Both male and female are a silvery-gray with horizontal black stripes from eye to caudal...

Poma Angel

These angels usually do very well in reef tanks as they’re usually smaller in size and don’t grow very large. Because of their small size, most can be kept in reef tanks as small as 30-55 gal tanks, but they do require hiding spaces.…
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