Rusty Angelfish are from the Western Pacific Ocean ranging from Japan to the Philippines. Rusty Angelfish get their name from the rust coloration along their bodies. Rusty Angelfish grow up to 4 inches in length and should be kept in an aquarium of at least 30 gallons in size. Rusty Angelfish also need plenty of hiding spots in the aquarium, and can be kept in a reef aquarium as long as you closely supervise this species. These fish are omnivores and should be fed a diet of marine algae, mysid shrimp, and other meaty foods.
Origin: Western Pacific, Japan to the Philippines
Size: 4 Inches at full length
Feeding: Omnivore, should be fed a steady diet of mysis shrimp and meaty foods, along with algae wafers.
Aquarium: Saltwater, can be kept in the reef aquarium with caution.
Minimum Tank Size: 30 Gallons
Compatibility: Can be kept with other fish of the same size and temperament.