The French Angel is a favorite among many tropical Atlantic divers and snorkelers that will grow large and often dominate its aquarium domain.
Considered one of the most attractive and rugged of all marine fish. It’s very pugnacious and it’s imperative to place it into a large tank and introduce it last to the community.
Very flamboyant in looks and shy in personality, this species should be provided with many hiding places.
A flashy and justifiably popular choice, the Flame Angel is a very durable fish. In passive communities this species can be aggressive and should be the last fish introduced.
The Emperor Angel is truly dazzling member of this genus. Juveniles and small adults make the best aquarium inhabitants.
A gorgeous fish, the Blue Face Angel is usually not as aggressive as some of its relatives, and should be provided with ample swimming space and suitable hiding places.
A spectacular fish in its full adult coloration, the Annularis Angel is usually quite shy when first introduced, but can grow to be aggressive toward docile tankmates.