Care Level :Moderate
Acclimation Time:3+ Hours
Minimum Tank Size :200+ gallons
Pomacanthus arcuatus, also known as the Blueface angelfish, is a species of marine fish that is found in the tropical Western Atlantic Ocean. It is a member of the Pomacanthidae family, which includes other angelfish species. The Blueface angelfish is a large fish that can reach up to 40 centimeters (16 inches) in length. They are typically blue-gray in color with a distinctive yellow face, hence their common name. They have a white ring around their eyes and may have blue or black spots on their dorsal and anal fins. These fish are typically found in rocky reef environments and are known to be territorial. They feed on a variety of invertebrates, including sponges, tunicates, and corals. Blueface angelfish are popular in the marine aquarium trade and are considered to be hardy fish suitable for experienced aquarists.
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