Bicolor Angelfish 

The Bicolor Angelfish can do very well in aquaria if it was net collected and if the aquarium is furnished with live rock, which affords constant grazing opportunities. They are not overly aggressive towards other fish and more than one Bicolor Angelfish can be kept in a medium sized tank if all are added simultaneously.

They are known to nip at LPS corals, soft corals, zoanthids and invertebrates. Feed a varied diet and provide live rock for constant grazing. (Credit - "A Pocket Expert Guide, Marine Fishes")


Scientific Name: Centropyge bicolor
Common Name(s): Oriole Angelfish
Family: Pomacanthidae
Care / Experience Level: Moderate / Intermediate                                                    
Coloration: Blue & Yellow
Reef Compatible: With Caution
Disposition: Semi-Aggressive
Minimum Tank Size (Gal): 55
Full Grown Size (inches): 6
Diet: Omnivore
Supplements: NA
Origin: Indo-Pacific
Water Specific Gravity: 1.020-1.023 
Water Temperature (F): 72-78
Water pH: 8.1-8.4
Water dkH: 8-12              

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