Bicolor angelfish

Despite being favored by many aquarists, the bicolor angelfish can be very difficult to keep, even experts often find it difficult to make them pass through the initial acclimation period.

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The Bicolor angelfish lives in the reef-associated, non-migratory, marine, depth range 1 - 25 m environment.

The bicolor angelfish (Centropyge bicolor) is a marine angelfish, with an easily recognisable yellow front and a dark blue rear completed with a yellow tail. This species is widely distributed in the South Pacific. More

The front half of the Bicolor Angelfish (Two Color Angelfish) is yellow, the back half is a royal blue and they have a "saddle" like blue over the eye region. More

The Bicolor Angelfish is a tropical marine water fish, which is commonly seen singly, in pairs or in small aggregations. They inhabit rubbly areas in lagoons and on reef slopes. Identification Bicolor Angelfish are yellow anteriorly and blue posteriorly. More

good reef dweller, the Bicolor Angelfish is prone to nip at stony and soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles. It is hermaphroditic, very difficult to breed in an aquarium, and has no distinguishable differences in color between male to female. More

The Bicolor Angelfish is one of the easiest recognized of the Centropyge and was once thought to be the most difficult to keep alive. More

The bicolor angelfish is very easy to recognize. It is yellow anteriorly and deep blue on the posterior portion of the body. More

The Bicolor Angelfish has no distinguishable differences in color between male to female. More

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Bicolor Angelfish are originally from the waters of Fiji, the Coral Sea, and New Caledonia. Bicolor Angelfish are also commonly called Two Color Angelfish or the Oriole Angelfish. More

Bicolor Angelfish - They are a beautiful angel that is colored in contrasts of bright yellow and deep blue. The front body is yellow with a blue saddle across its nape and the rearbody is blue with a bright yellow tailfin. More

Starfish This Bicolor Angelfish data sheet gives you basic information about the common names, scientific names and water parameters required by this species. In addition, you can find Bicolor Angelfish information such as diet, determining sex, breeding, distribution and compatibility. More

Bicolor Angelfish are a species of pygmy or dwarf angelfish that get their name from their contrasting blue and yellow coloration. More

In my opinion the Bicolor Angelfish is the most striking of the pygmy (dwarf) angelfish. This fish is a little gem of the fish world and once acclimated is very active. It is also one of the bigger pygmy angels and may reach 15 cm. More

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Care Level: The bicolor angelfish is a medium level fish to maintain. On a scale of 1 –10, the (10 being easy) it would rate a “6”. Tank Conditions: - Temperature 72 - 78°F; Specific gravity: 1.020 – 1.025; pH: 8.1 – 8. More

The Bicolor Angelfish should be provided with plenty of hiding places throughout your saltwater aquarium. The Bicolor Angelfish requires Live Rock for grazing and feeding on algae. Most Saltwater Angelfish are known to nip at sessile invertebrates including Live Coral and Tridacnid Clams. More

The Bicolor Angelfish is appropriately named because of it's brilliant blue and yellow color. Although the Bicolor Angelfish is a very popular fish it is not as easy to keep as many other angelfish. More

The Bicolor angelfish lives in the Indo-Pacific. Its geographical range stretches from East Africa to the Samoan and Phoenix Islands, north to southern Japan, and south to New Caledonia (throughout Micronesia). It is found from 32°N to 23°S. More

Of Special Note - The bicolor angelfish is one of the larger dwarf angelfish available. It has a body shape similar to other dwarf angelfish, but it gets to a slightly larger size and also has a distinct yellow and blue coloration. More

Common names

Angel biru kuning in Malay (bahasa Melayu)
Bicolor angelfish in English
Black and gold angel-fish in English
black and gold angelfish in English
Blue & gold angelfish in English
Boray-boray in Tagalog
Boray-boray in Visayan
Cá Bu?m in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
Cá Bướm in Vietnamese (Tiếng Việt)
Centropyge bicolor in French (français)
Hob in English
Hob in Tobian
Poisson-ange bicolore in French (français)
Somewakeyakko in Japanese (日本語)
Tafidan kutu in Malay (bahasa Melayu)
Tofarvet Dværgkejser in Danish (dansk)
Tofarvet dværgkejserfisk in Danish (dansk)
Tu'u'u-matamalu in Samoan (gagana fa'a Samoa)
Tvåfärgad dvärgkejsare in Swedish (Svenska)
Two coluored angelfish in English
Two-colored angelfish in English
二色刺尻魚 in Mandarin Chinese
二色刺尻鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
双色神仙 in Mandarin Chinese
雙色神仙 in Mandarin Chinese
黃鸝神仙 in Mandarin Chinese
黄鹂神仙 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Pomacanthidae
Genus : Centropyge
Species : Centropyge bicolor
Authority : Bloch, 1787