Provide plenty of hiding places as it may act aggressive towards other fish. It should only be mixed with other large angels if in a tank larger than 100 gallons. It is reef safe however watch it with caution.
Gold Spangled Angel
Most specimens are approximately 3"-5" but can grow up to 8"
Range In Nature
Central Pacific, Christmas Island
Minimum Aquarium Size
The Goldflake Angelfish is a grazer and will eat shrimp, spirulina, sponges, and algae. Requires live sponge or sponge based prepared diets.
Although certainly not without risk, this is among the safer "full sized" angels that is frequently kept in reef aquariums.
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