The Marble Angelfish is a strain of angelfish that has a black, white, and yellow marbled pattern. The fins are long and thin with delicate-looking webbing, and will typically extend past the length of the body.
Like straight out of a Disney fairy tale, the Angel fish is one of the most beautiful, and graceful ornamental fish to have in your aquarium. In aquariums all over the world, there is only one predominant primary species of Angelfish. However, there are many interesting and beautiful color variations of the Angelfish.
Long a favorite among aquarists, the angelfish is a tall fish that can be kept in a community setting, as long as its tank mates are not overly aggressive or habitual fin nippers. Fast-swimming fish may also make an angelfish nervous and may out-compete it for food.
Some are pitch black, Golden Splash, Gold Marble, striped, Silver. No matter what color variation, you can’t deny the marvelous beauty of this fish.
Things to know about Angel fish
Unlike some breeds of fish, you usually can’t tell a male angel from a female just by looking at them unless the female is ready to breed.
Once sexually mature it is not uncommon to find that Angel fish will pair off and lay eggs on a smooth surface such as glass, slate or pots.
For a compatibility chart, visit allpondsolutions.co.uk to know which fish combinations would coexist well in your aquarium.