Information about False personifer angelfish
The False personifer angelfish is characterized by a unique, almost blistered body that is mostly black. Blue-green is the face, while males have a yellow speckled face. The forehead is covered in a smattering of yellow, and the caudal fin splits with a blue-green stripe. This species is unique in that the males are different from the females. The males are slightly larger than the females in this instance. It is important to have a large tank filled with live rock. Personifer Angelfish, which is not a reef dweller, will nip at soft and stony corals (sessile Invertebrates), and clam mantles.
False Personifer Angelfish Diet & Nutrition
This species of angelfish eats mainly sponges, jellyfish, and tunicates. It may receive a variety of food, including frozen food, such as mysis and fortified brine shrimp. Flake food with algae, such as Spirulina or Nori, may be given to them. The False Personifer angelfishes should be kept in mature tanks with plenty of live rocks available for grazing.
Origin of False Personifer Angelfish
This species of angelfish is widely distributed throughout the Western Pacific. It can be found in Queensland, Australia to New South Wales, and Lord Howe Island.