I really like my Potter's Angel, and it has become much more social recently. It really enjoys getting cleaned by my cleaner shrimp, and nipping at the algae on the live rock.
My concern is that it does not eat the prepared foods that my other fish, 2 clowns and a racoon butterflyfish, eat. The Potter's is plump looking, and appears healthy, is there enough algae in my 2 year old 55 FOWLR
to support a 3 inch long angelfish?
The Potter's is lively, and I have not noticed and appreciable difference in appearance since I brought it home almost 2 weeks ago. Nothing about the fish suggests that it is unhealthy or hungry in any way, should I worry?