Angelfish are an extremely popular species for aquarium enthusiasts. Black angelfish usually have black bodies, that can be solid black or even slightly mottled with silver. Angelfish are very docile provided that there is enough room for them to live comfortably in. Make sure that your tank is large enough to accommodate the angelfish and the other aquarium inhabitants easily. Angelfish seem to prefer tanks that have a lot of hiding spots and plants for the fish to swim through. Angelfish also need quality water to live and thrive in, make sure that your ammonia levels are not too high for the angelfish in your aquarium. You should feed your angels flake or pellet food once a day and they remain happy and healthy
Origin: Tank Raised, USA
Size: Can grow up to 6 inches at full maturity
Feeding: Omnivore, should be fed varied diet with plenty of herbivore and carnivore preparations.
Aquarium: Freshwater Tank, plenty of plants and rocks to provide hiding places.
Minimum Tank Size: 30 Gallons
Compatibility: Can be kept with other semi aggressive fish in a community aquarium.