Centropygeacanthops

This is a small species, relatively easy to keep, but rarely found in the aquarium trade. The flame back angelfish likes hideaways and feeds on algae and small invertebrates. In some specimens, the eye is surrounded by a blue circle. Size: 7 cm.

Centropygeeibli

Eibl's angelfish, aggressive towards all the other species in the genus, is easy to keep in captivity. Its vegetable diet can be complemented by small invertebrates. Size: 12 cm. •

Centropyge heraldi

The yellow angelfish resembles the lemonpeel angel, although it does not have the blue marks on the eye, operculum, and fins. This delicate species is rarely imported. Size: 10 cm.

• Centropyge flavissimus

The eye of the lemonpeel angelfish is framed by a blue circle; the juvenile has an ocellus (eyelike spot) in the middle of each side. It accepts small items of food, but keeping it in captivity has its complications. This species is fragile and is rarely imported. Size: 11 cm.

Centropyge vroliki

This is one of the largest fish in this genus: the half-black angelfish acclimatizes well and flourishes in captivity, accepting both live and dead prey. It is particularly aggressive towards other dwarf angelfish when it is deprived of sufficient space.

Centropygeloriculus

One of the most beautiful dwarf angels, the flame angelfish appreciates hiding places in an aquarium. It feeds on algae and brine shrimps, but may also accept commercial food. Size: 7 cm.

Centropyge heraldi

The yellow angelfish resembles the lemonpeel angel, although it does not have the blue marks on the eye, operculum, and fins. This delicate species is rarely imported. Size: 10 cm.

• Centropyge potteri

The Potter's angelfish is placid and accepts a wide range of food. Nevertheless, it is sometimes considered delicate for an aquarium. Size: 10 cm.

• Centropyge potteri

The Potter's angelfish is placid and accepts a wide range of food. Nevertheless, it is sometimes considered delicate for an aquarium. Size: 10 cm.

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