Coral Beauty Angelfish



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Common in the Great Barrier Reef, the Coral Beauty Angelfish is often referred to as Twospined or Twospined Dusky Angelfish. The head and body are both a deep royal blue that is enhanced by an iridescent orange-to-yellow. The Coral Beauty Angelfish is considered to be one of the angels that is easist to take care of. It needs a 70 gallon or larger tank, with plenty of hiding places. live rock for grazing. Is not reef safe, The Coral Beauty Angelfish are known to nibble at soft and stony corals (sessile invertebrates). The diet of Coral Beauty Angelfish must comprise of Spirulina as well as marine algae. top-quality angelfish prepared food Mysis or frozen shrimp as well as other high-quality meaty meals. Approximate Purchase Size: Small: 1" to 1-3/4"; Medium: 1-3/4" to 2-1/2"; Large: 2-1/2" to 4"
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General information regarding Coral Beauty Angelfish The colorful Coral Beauty Angelfish, Centropyge bispinosa is among the easiest and most well-known angels to take care of. With only 10 centimeters in length the head and body are deep royal blue that is accented by an iridescent orange-to-yellow. Its pattern and color intensity differs depending on the place it was caught in the wild. It can be adapted well to an established home reef aquarium, which is generally immune to illness and is a fairly calm fish. It requires a 70-gallon or larger home aquarium, with plenty of hiding spots as well as live rock to graze. It is not a reef-friendly fish Coral Beauty Angelfish Coral Beauty Angelfish is prone to attack soft and stony corals (sessile invertebrates).   Coral Beauty Angelfish Diet & Nutrition Similar to other dwarf angels, the Centropyge bispinosa is an omnivore. In captivity their diet Coral Beauty Angelfish should consist of Spirulina as well as marine algae premium angelfish dishes mysis, frozen shrimp and frozen shrimp as well as other meaty and delicious foods of high quality. They thrive when algae is active inside the tank. They need to be fed a varied diet twice or three every day in tanks that have less algae to forage. This can be decreased if tanks are larger and contain greater amounts of natural food.   Coral Beauty Angelfish Origin Coral Beauty Angelfishes are extensively spread throughout the oceans of the Indo-Pacific Region. Its range extends across East Africa (Tanzania, Mozambique, South Africa) to the French Polynesia (Tuamotu Island) located in the South Pacific, extending northwards towards Japan (Izu Islands) and even as much as Australia on Lorde Howe Island.
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