Bellus Angelfish (Genicanthus bellus)
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379 Litres (100 US G.)
15-18 cm (5.9-7.1")
8.1 - 8.4
22.2-26.7°C (72 -80 °F)
This animal is available captive bred
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- Bellus Angelfish, Ornate Angelfish, Bellus Lyretail Angelfish
- Eastern Indian Ocean: Cocos-Keeling Atoll. Pacific Ocean: Philippines, Palau, Guam, Cook Island and the Society Islands. Recently reported from Tong.
- One of the few angelfish displaying sexual dimorphism. The male is an iridescent pale white and blue, with the lower half of the body and anal fin highlighted by long, horizontal blue stripes and one, yellow to orange stripe extending toward the caudal fin and edging the dorsal fin. The female is an iridescent pale white and blue and black with a yellow/orange dorsal fin and lateral stripe running from gills to tail.
- Reef tank.
- Mixes well. Avoid multiple males as this can lead to fighting.
- See sexing.
- While all marine angelfish are protogynous hermaphrodites, the males of this species are able to revert to females if none are present.
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