Emperor Angelfish This is one of the most expensive saltwater angelfishes to buy. Juveniles look very different than the adults and these Angels need a very high quality diet. They eat lots of sponge in the ocean.

Only keep them in the largest of aquariums.





Lemonpeel Angelfish

This is one Centropyge Angelfish that does not adapt as quickly to tank fed foods, making it a little more difficult to keep. It should only be introduced into an aquarium that is well established with ample live rock for grazing, or a good healthy population of macroalgae growth and diatoms to feed on.


Keep your aquarium at least 48″ (recommended fish tank size for mixing angelfish) to mix the 2 types of Angelfish, if you have a bigger aquarium, then you have the opportunity to have more than 2 types of Angel fish.

Do not fill too many fish in your aquarium, if you want to have 2 or more types of fish Angelfish, then try small fish only as a complement and not have your content also with various kinds of small fish of the species betok, rivet, mandarin, Surgeon fishes and others. This will make your water dirty faster, because the more fish the more food you have to pass, it means more and more dirt will be issued by your fish. Especially if you mix the fish Angel fish and other fast-feeders fish type with a slow feeder fish such as mandarin, tangkur, sea horses, dokcat, then almost certainly slow the fish feeder will die sooner or later, because they do not dare to compete in search of food or they are too stressed by conditions that do not fit them.

In general, the proper environment makes a difference when trying to house multiple angelfishes of different species in the same aquarium. Basically this means the larger the aquarium the better, and the more live rock in the aquarium the better. Be sure the aquarium is not too “clean”, as providing algal growth on the live rock at which the fish may pick will occupy its time.