Flame Angelfish (Quarantined)

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Size: Large
Price:
Sale price$139.99
 
Unless specified as WYSIWYG, the photographs are a representative sample and the product you receive may be slightly different in shape and coloration. Many factors can influence the appearance of corals such as stressful events like shipping, lighting changes, intensity, spectrum, water chemistry, and overall nutrition. Typically speaking if corals lose color during transit they will recover them in a relatively short period in optimal conditions.
 
 
 
 
 

Flame Angelfish
CARE LEVEL TEMPERAMENT DIET
REEF SAFE
Easy Semi-Aggressive
Omnivore
WITH CAUTION
PURCHASE SIZE MAX SIZE
ORIGIN
TANK SIZE
S: 1-2"
M: 2-3"
L: 3-4"
4-5"
Central-Pacific 70g
SG
TEMPERATURE
dKH
pH
1.020-1.025 72-78F
8-12
8.1-8.4

Only after passing a minimum four week quarantine and a five point inspection for overall health, appetite, coloration, energy and demeanor will the best, most healthy specimens be taken to the Salty Lagoon holding system! These fish are guaranteed to be among the most healthy available for sale online. So much so that any purchases from this category are backed by a Live-Arrival 7 Day Guarantee!

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One of the most popular Dwarf Angels for a reason, the flame angel's color and pattern are visually striking and one of the brightest fish in the game. It's bold red/orange coloration is accented by black, vertical stripes that highlight the the angel's unique form.

Flame Angel's make for decent utilitarian fish, although not as good as a tang or Fox Face, they will still mow down on algae in your system and could be considered a good grazer addition.

The Flame Angelfish is hermaphroditic, very difficult to breed in an aquarium, and has no distinguishable differences in color between male to female. The diet of the Flame Angelfish should consist of Spirulina, marine algae, high-quality angelfish preparations, mysis or frozen shrimp, and other high-quality meaty items. 

Angelfish along with other fish, corals and invertebrates will also benefit greatly from live phytoplankton which is readily available to them in the wild.

For more information about this species and more visit our Marine Fish Care Blog.

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