Reef Safe: Yes
Max size: 7"
Minimum Tank Size: 70 Gallon / 260L
The female Bellus Angelfish is considered a good reef dweller, hence can be kept in a reef aquarium. It is a peaceful Angelfish, and can be housed with other peaceful tank mates, such as Gobies, Chromis, Clownfish, Blennies, and Butterfly fish. The aquarium must have multiple hiding places to take refuge when threatened, and plenty of live rock that encourage the growth of algae on it that will allow the female Bellus Angelfish to graze in between meals. Make sure not to keep two males in the same tank, as it can lead to aggression. The Bellus Angelfish is mainly hermaphrodite and can change their sex. The Bellus Angelfish should be given a diet of meaty foods such as marine algae, high quality frozen shrimp, spirulina.