Juvenile Imperator Angel - Aquacultured Bali Aquarich - Philippines


Size: 1.25 - 1.75"
Lot: 1
Sale price$209.99


Pomacanthus imperator

Juvenile Angels within this genus start out reef-safe. As they mature, they will begin to nip at clam mantles, stony and soft corals, as well as tubeworms. Bali Aquarich Imperator Angels may be shy when first introduced to the aquarium. As they acclimate to their new home, they will begin to establish their own territories. As Imperator Angels mature, they can become somewhat aggressive if there is not enough room in the aquarium or they feel threatened. Angels possess cheek spines along the edge of their gill covers. Therefore, exercise caution when handling them and refrain from using a net for capture, as they could become entangled or injured during removal. Imperator Angels are mainly blue with circular light blue to white thin stripes, with vertical stripes on their head. Adults look totally different, with a blue to black face mask and a black band running from its pectoral fin to the top of its body. Their body is blue with bright yellow horizontal stripes and a yellow tail. Omnivorous by nature, they thrive on a varied diet of frozen foods such as fortified brine and mysis shrimp, and prepared marine Angelfish foods that include sponge, as well as flake foods containing Spirulina and Nori. They should be fed at least twice a day. These Angels typically reach a size of up to 15 inches and should be added to aquariums of 150 gallons or larger for optimal space and comfort. Imperator Angels are commonly found in caves or ledges along reef slopes near the Indian and the Central to Western parts of the Pacific Ocean, typically at depths of up to 250 feet.

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