Black, white and blue vertical striping when a juvenile; the Blueface Angelfish drastically changes in appearance throughout its growth to adulthood.
|Diet||Omnivore; spirulina, marine algae, high-quality angelfish preparations, mysis or frozen shrimp, and other meaty items.|
|Minimum Tank Size||Adult - 200 gal. / Juvenile - 140 gal.|
|Growth Size||1’ 3”|
The Blueface begins as black with blue and white stripes, the stripes begin to change to a crossing pattern and the addition of yellow on its front and fins. Not considered reef safe; as it grows into its adult coloration, it often develops a taste for coral and sometimes inverts as well. Also similar to most angelfish, the Blueface is considered semi-aggressive.
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