The Rusty Angelfish (Centropyge Ferrugata) is named for its rusted red coloration accented with black dots that decrease in size from dorsal to anal and pelvic fins. The anal fin is dark and both the dorsal and anal fins are rimmed in bright, sapphire-blue.
The Rusty Angelfish is not a good reef dweller. As with most Dwarf Angelfish, the Rusty Angelfish should not be kept with other Dwarf Angelfish in less than 350 gallon tanks or larger. A single Rusty Angelfish requires at least a 30-gallon tank with large amounts of live rock for both hiding and grazing.
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