- Santa Isabel Anlgefish a high-bodied laterally-depressed triangular-shaped fish with a red back. Long dorsal and anal fins, not a long fish but very tall. Angelfish is also a very distinctive looking and popular fish. “Veil tail” varieties are becoming more common, where the dorsal, anal and caudal fins are all dramatically elongated. Compatible with some South American Cichlids such as the German Blue Ram or any of the Apistogramma species. Do not keep with small tetras or other small fish 3.8cm (1.5″) and under, they may well become lunch, or with overly aggressive fish. Avoid known fin nippers such as Tiger Barbs or Serpae Tetras. Other territorial mid-top dwellers such as Betta splendens and Gouramis are not advisable either as they may become too curious towards the Angels. They will accept most foods include live/frozen such as brine shrimp and good quality cichlid pellets. Keep the diet varied for optimum health.
|Adult size:||15 cm|
|Purchasing size:||5 – 6 cm|
|pH range:||5.8 – 7.0|
|Hardness：||1 – 5|
|Minimum tank size:||90 gallon|