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Aquarium Angelfish Species No aquarium is complete without at least one Angelfish. There are more than twenty varieties of...
Varieties of Angelfish  One of the most popular aquarium fish species is the dwarf Angelfish. Because of its small size, t...
Eibli Angelfish grows  The Eibli Angelfish grows to a length of six inches. It has a tan body with vertical brown stripes ...
Orange-black Angelfish  The Orange-black Angelfish is another popular aquarium fish species. This three-inch long, dark bl...
Herald's Angelfish  Herald's Angelfish is four inches long and is a buttery lemon yellow, with a brown accent at the eye. ...
Barred Angelfish  Barred Angelfish is only four inches long, with black and white vertical strips extending from head to t...
Slightly easier to keep The Pygmy, or Cherub, Angelfish is slightly easier to keep. This blue-bodied fish has an orange ye...
Omnivorous Fish Species All dwarf Angelfish are omnivores, eating both animals and vegetables. Macro-algae are their veget...
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Aquarium Angelfish Species

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  2. 2. Aquarium Angelfish Species No aquarium is complete without at least one Angelfish. There are more than twenty varieties of aquarium Angelfish species. Any one of them will add color and drama to your home or office aquarium.
  3. 3. Varieties of Angelfish One of the most popular aquarium fish species is the dwarf Angelfish. Because of its small size, the dwarf Angelfish is perfect for a small home aquarium. The Coral beauty Angelfish has a red body with bluish-black and orange fins. It will grow to a maximum size of four inches, and is easy to care for.
  4. 4. Eibli Angelfish grows The Eibli Angelfish grows to a length of six inches. It has a tan body with vertical brown stripes and very distinctive black blotches that cover the entirety of the back of the fish. The Flame Angelfish can safely live in a reef tank. This dwarf aquarium Angelfish species is six inches long and has an orange-red body with black strips running from top to bottom.
  5. 5. Orange-black Angelfish The Orange-black Angelfish is another popular aquarium fish species. This three-inch long, dark blue fish has a golden blaze that runs from the face down the dorsal fin. The half-black Angelfish is a difficult aquarium fish species to care for. This fish comes in colors of grayscale, except for its eye, which has a vivid orange accent.
  6. 6. Herald's Angelfish Herald's Angelfish is four inches long and is a buttery lemon yellow, with a brown accent at the eye. The Lemonpeel Angelfish is another difficult fish to raise and care for. Like Herald's Angelfish, the Lemonpeel Angelfish is bright yellow with a dark semicircle near the eye.
  7. 7. Barred Angelfish Barred Angelfish is only four inches long, with black and white vertical strips extending from head to tail. The Barred Angelfish is also difficult to care for. Potter's Angelfish is yet another difficult aquarium fish species to own. It is a beautiful fish, with a blue body and reddish fins.
  8. 8. Slightly easier to keep The Pygmy, or Cherub, Angelfish is slightly easier to keep. This blue-bodied fish has an orange yellow head and grows to a length of three inches. And the Rusty Angelfish lives easily among coral reefs. Four inches long, it has a tan body with dark spots and red near the rear.
  9. 9. Omnivorous Fish Species All dwarf Angelfish are omnivores, eating both animals and vegetables. Macro-algae are their vegetable matter of choice. Other than the Flame Angelfish, Dwarf Angelfish are not considered safe around reefs. Add them at your own risk if you have a reef tank. However, if you have an ordinary aquarium fish tank, Dwarf Angelfish will thrive in their environment and provide you with many enjoyable hours of fish watching.
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