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Old 10-09-2016, 12:55 AM   #11
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If you have your heart set on an angle fish there a lot of cool looking dwarf angle fish that should fit your tank size.


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If you have your heart set on an angle fish there a lot of cool looking dwarf angle fish that should fit your tank size.


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Not only Dwarf Angels but Pigmy Angels as well.
Dwarfs: Centropyge eibli,
C. Vroliki ( a.k.a. Pearlscale, Halfblack Angel),
Flame Angel,

Pigmys:
Atlantic Pigmy ( C argi),
Flameback Pigmy (C. aurantonota),
African Flameback (C. acanthops),
Hawaiian Fisheri ( C. fisheri),
White tail Pigmy ( C. flavicuada),

are all considered the easier Angels for beginners. The list expands tremendously after you have some experience. I'd keep this in mind: If you don't do well with any of the above, you will probably do worse with the more pickier fish that are very common in your pet shops.

There are some very good books on Angelfish ( and Butterflies) by authors Gerald Allen and/or Roger Steene that would be a good investment to have in your library so you can see how they generally do in aquariums. This way you can have the info at your fingertips before you go fish "shopping".
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If you want to see the dwarf angle fish go to live aquaria and select dwarf angles, there you can see the colors and sizes they come in. So you can get an angle but not one that can grow up to 10 inch or bigger.


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Be careful if eventually want corals too. Most of the dwarf angels are not the most trusted fish with inverts.


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