• Blueface Angelfish

It is not advisable to keep Blueface Angelfish in aquariums smaller than 100 gallons / 375 liters. The aquarium should contain plenty of live rock to give the fish opportunity to carry out its natural grazing behavior in captivity. Make sure that the setup contains many suitable hiding spots as well as open areas for swimming.

This species is considered reef compatible with caution. It may nip at stony corals, soft corals and clam mantles, and it is also fond of eating small worms. Juvenile specimens are less dangerous for the reef than adult specimens.

The Blueface Angelfish is a semi-aggressive species and can become quite territorial if it is the largest fish in the aquarium. It is not a good idea to combine it with members of its own species or other angelfish species.

The recommended water temperature is 72-78º F / 22-25.5º C. Keep the specific gravity between 1.020 and 1.025 and the pH-value within the 8.1-8.4 range.

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Blueface Angelfish

  • Product Code: Blueface
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  • £69.99

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