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- Black-Spot Angel
Information about the body shape, skeletal characteristics, how it appears, colouring etc.
Any species that look similar to this one, that may be mixed up.
About 6 cm .
Anything that lives in sybiosis, parasitic or opportunistically with it.
Notes about what they do, how they inteact with others, different species etc.
The size of tank suitable for it, including reasoning behind this judgement.
Type and amount of water flow suitable for it.
How much lighting is required for it.
What it requires in terms of feeding, type of foods and frequency.
How quickly it will grow under various conditions.
Things that adversely effect it, such as bacterial infections, parasites etc.
Addition things / items that are important for care in captivity.
Does it have any fish that it should not be housed with?
Does it have coral that it is not compatable with?
Is it compatable with other invertebrates such as molluscs, crustaceans and echinoderms?
How it reproduces, how suitable it is to breeding or captive propagation, techniques on how to etc.
Johnston and Fanning Islands .
Dead coral and rubble reefs at depths of between 4 and 15 metres .
Some additional notes on it that don't fit in the above sections.
- Centropyge nigriocella - FishBase
- The Pygmy Angelfishes by James Fatherree - Reefkeeping Magazine
- What a Darling Little Angel: The Genus Centropyge by Henry Schultz - Reefkeeping Magazine
- (Allen 1981): Allen, G.R., Butterfly and angelfishes of the world: volume 1 australia : a complete survey of the species of Australia and New Guinea, Mergus: Sydney, 1981.