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Juvenile Blue Ring Angel

SKU: 1033042
Price: $49.59 to $62.59
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Juvenile Blue Ring Angel

Usually Leaves Warehouse the Next Business Day

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Also known as the Annularis Angelfish. A mature Annularis Angelfish will have a white tail fin, a light brown body, and curving thin neon blue stripes. There is no visible difference between male and female Blue Ring Angels. This species is shy initially when introduced to a tank, but has been known to become territorial towards other Angelfish as time goes on. Naturally found in and around caves and wrecks, this species prefers subdued lighting. A tank with extensive hiding spots consisting of caves and overhangs as well as room to swim is highly recommended. Minimum tank size: 200 gallons

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  • For feeding instructions, please click on the "directions" section.
  • Approximate selling size: Sm 1-1.75"; Md 1.75-2.5"; Lg 2.5-3"
  • For additional information, please click on the "attributes/specifications" section.
  • Changes patterns and color with maturity
  • Not a good choice for a reef tank
  • Grazes on live rock, but also nips at inverts

Also known as the Annularis Angelfish. A mature Annularis Angelfish will have a white tail fin, a light brown body, and curving thin neon blue stripes. There is no visible difference between male and femaleBlue Ring Angels. This species is shy initially when introduced to a tank, but has been known to become territorial towards other Angelfish as time goes on. Naturally found in and around caves and wrecks, this species prefers subdued lighting. A tank with extensive hiding spots consisting of caves and overhangs as well as room to swim is highly recommended.