Dwarf Angelfish are colorful fish that are considerably smaller than their full-sized counterparts. They come in a variety of colors and patterns, but should reach only a maximum length of about 6 inches, making them more suitable for average home aquariums. These fish are considered semi-aggressive and should not be housed with other dwarf angelfish of the same species or with similar colors/patterns unless in a very large aquarium with ample hiding spaces.
These fish can be shy, and plenty of caves and rock should be provided to make them feel more secure. They should not be housed with aggressive or highly active fish. A well-established tank with regularly monitored water parameters is important for the dwarf angelfish to thrive in your home aquarium.