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    1″ Juvie Bandit Is A Great Example of A. arcuatus

    Here’s some more eye candy for the drooling angelfish fans. This 2.7cm juvenile Bandit Angel is alert, curious and a great example of the species (Apolemichthys arcuatus). At just over 1″, this fish ought to adapt very well to aquarium conditions, provided its fast metabolism is paired with a near constant source of food. We’re […]

    Here’s some more eye candy for the drooling angelfish fans. This 2.7cm juvenile Bandit Angel is alert, curious and a great example of the species (Apolemichthys arcuatus). At just over 1″, this fish ought to adapt very well to aquarium conditions, provided its fast metabolism is paired with a near constant source of food. We’re not joking about the constant part… these little guys are pigs.

    h/t lebreef and 8008Bandit

    2 Comments

    1. Johndawe
      December 3, 2010 at 9:29 PM | Permalink

      Nice fish. I rasied one (2 yrs ago) that was 7/8 of a inch, had to feed it ever 30 minutes when I was home. Took a lot of care but its worth it.

    2. Austin
      December 8, 2010 at 7:29 PM | Permalink

      Gorgeous fish, thanks for Sharing Eric!

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