The origin of the Flame Angelfish is Marshall Island, Tahiti, Vanuatu, Christmas Island, and Indonesia. Other common names may include Dwarf Flame Angel, Japanese Pygmy Angelfish, Flame Angelfish, and Flaming Angelfish.
It is best to place this fish in a tank no smaller then 100 gallons. Provide your aquarium with plenty of hiding spaces in forms of crevices. Live rocks are essential to help this fish graze on natural algae growth between feedings. Flame Angelfish tends to bully smaller fish and act territorial towards other dwarf angels. Make sure not to over crowed the aquarium since this will increase the chances of aggression. Fresh water dip will help treat dangerous protozoans this fish carries. A beneficial addition to your aquarium is a cleaner shrimp to fend off parasites.
Most Flame Angelfish will nip at soft corals, SPS corals, and clam mantles. It's preferred diet includes marine algae, mysis and brine shrimps, spirulina, flakes and pellets. Most saltwater pet stores will sell frozen food specially enriched with nutrition for the dwarf angels.
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