General information on Indian Ocean Lyretail Anthias
The Indian Ocean Lyretail Anthias males have reddish hues, whereas females are more orange. They are very active and can help attract shier fish to share their tank with them. This species of Indian Ocean Lyretail Anthias does best in a large tank that is specific to its species and kept in groups. Males prefer to be alone with females or in a single. The Anthias is a dweller in the center of the tank but enjoys having a variety of hideouts. Anthias species are all hermaphroditic. If the dominant male dies the biggest female in the group is likely to change to replace it.