General information regarding Half Black Angelfish
The Half Black Angelfish black (centropyge vroliki), like its name, can be described as half pearled and half black in its coloration. A Half Black Angelfish should be the only dwarf angelfish your tank. It’s not reef safe, and it could consume soft coral polyps, mantles from clams, and Zoanthids.
Half Black Angelfish Diet & Nutrition
Half Black angelfish are known to consume an extensive diet of crustaceans and algae when they are in nature. In captivity, the diet will comprise of Spirulina as well as marine algae mysis shrimp, as well as food preparations that include sponges and algae.
Half Black Angelfish Origin
Centropyge vroliki is a native of it’s origins in West Pacific region. The range of distribution for the species extends between Christmas Island in the eastern Indian Ocean and Bali to the Marshall Islands and Vanuatu, from north to southern Japan south and south to Lord Howe Island and in the Tonga Reefs.