We strive to look after our fish and corals and the same applies to our customers, we welcome any feedback good or bad in order to make our shop the best it can be for our local and internet based customers. If you wish for us to stock or supply something you do not see on our site or in store please let us know and we will do our best to help. Clarion Angelfish can grow up to 30 cm what is approximately 11 inches. In general, 1 specimen requires at least cm2 of water surface which is approximately square inch. It is recommended to raise this species in fish tanks that are very large.
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We strive to look after our fish and corals and the same applies to our customers, we welcome any feedback good or bad in order to make our shop the best it can be for our local and internet based customers.
If you wish for us to stock or supply something you do not see on our site or in store please let us know and we will do our best to help. Clarion Angelfish can grow up to 30 cm what is approximately 11 inches. In general, 1 specimen requires at least cm2 of water surface which is approximately square inch.
It is recommended to raise this species in fish tanks that are very large. Large aquariums have at least Litres 70 US Gallons. Capacity of very large aquariums is at least Litres US Gallons. It is not very difficult to keep the Clarion Angelfish. The pH levels shouldn't be outside of 8. It is a very expensive fish. You could get it for about - Euro and the same price is in dollars for ordinary people the price can go up to Euro. The price is high due to export of this fish was not allowed since it is a very important species for the sea ecosystem.
However, export was allowed some time ago, that is why you can buy this fish, even if you have to pay big money for it. If you want to see this fish, it is better to visit public aquariums. Due to aggression toward other Angelfishes, it is better to keep them in large aquariums with plenty of hiding places.
If you have an opportunity to have a large aquarium and that big amount of money, it is good to feed this fish Artemia Salina, Krill, Shrimps. In aquariums they will also eat clams and corals, so they are not the best fish for reef tanks.
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EMAIL: info marine-world. A clear photograph of the fish out of its sealed bag and water, with its entire rear caudal tail fin cut off. You will know if your fish is dead as it will sink down to the bottom, observe for fin movement and discolouration, most fish sink when they die, but float to the top as they begin to rot. We advise to add air stone to acclimatising this will increase oxygen level to your live stock.
Monitor the fins and gills for any sort of tiny movements, if in doubt call us. For marine inverts we require: A clear photograph of the fish in its original sealed bag, you must capture the entire bag with contents and seal still in tact clearly evident before taking the 2nd picture.
A clear photograph of the marine invert out of its sealed bag and water, with the invert being either cut in half or a sharp object such as a small knife skewered directly through it. For corals we require: A clear photograph of the fish in its original sealed bag, you must capture the entire bag with contents and seal still in tact clearly evident before taking the 2nd picture.
All photographs need to be clear and not distorted. Photographs that do not clearly show their subject will be unable to be accepted as evidence. Failure to be present to sign for your parcel on the first delivery attempt will void all claims. On satisfactory evidence that the marine life is DOA a credit note will be issued. Please see review our recommended acclimatisation procedures for corals below to ensure your new coral adjusts to your system with the least possible stress.
Acclimatising your new corals is a vital process to ensure they survive and thrive in your system. People use many different methods but most of them are very similar, below is our preferred choice: Unpack coral carefully from box and keep it in the polythene bag or container that it was shipped in. Float the bag or container in your sump area or main tank for around 20 minutes, this will equalise the temperature of the water in the bag to that of the system it is going to be placed.
Open the bag or place coral with shipping water into another small container. I persevere with this process for around 90 minutes to ensure the new coral is fully acclimatised to the new water conditions.
Leave it there and raise it slowly over a period of days so as it can adjust to the different lighting on your tank.
The same above process can be use for Fish and Inverts however this is not recommended, we strongly advise you put all livestock into a quarantine tank for 30 days where you can observe it before placing it into your display tank, make sure you follow the above procedure before placing livestock into your quarantine tank.
It is unusually beautiful both as a juvenile and as an adult. Adults are truly regal, being deep bodied and slightly elongated with yellow and royal blue horizontal lines streaming across their frame great for ant saltwater marine fowl aquarium. Buy Now. The mostly black body of the juvenile will also begin to soften into the brownish coloration sported by adults.
The sixth stripe is white and just behind the eye. Dark blue polka-dots cover the entire body, while vibrant sapphire-blue dots cover the caudal fin and back portion of the anal fin. It should be fed at least three times a day. As an adult, the body color is a yellow-green that bleeds from light to dark moving front to back along the body.
Lighter areas are speckled-blue while darker areas have a more yellow-speckled appearance. The head is a plain yellow-green with sapphire-blue gill margins and eye rings. The fins are also outlined in sapphire blue. The juvenile is black with white and blue stripes. Vibrant yellow and electric sapphire-blue highlights give the Queen Angelfish an almost iridescent appearance.
It has a dark spot on the forehead surrounded by bright blue. The dorsal and pelvic fins are elongated. The Small Juvenile will contain the Juvenile colorations or may be color shifting to a young adult, while the Medium will be a sub-adult, and the Large will be in Adult coloration. The dorsal and anal fins are striped in blue and orange, and the rear portion of the dorsal fin is black with blue spots.
One is all yellow with white stripes. Another is solid yellow on the body with a few black spots on the belly and only a few blue lines on the dorsal fin. One of the most fascinating varieties has all white lines on the body creating what looks like a maze. Those from the Indian Ocean will have a yellow-orange head and breast while those from the Pacific will be a blue-grey in those areas. However most of these variations are rarely, if ever seen in captivity.
It is difficult to care for, reluctant to feed, and is very shy and reclusive. The aquarium needs to be very large, at least gallons or more, with lots of rockwork for hiding places to make it feel secure. The water quality must be pristine and have a pH of 8. It is a finicky eater and needs sponge in its diet to survive. The ideal tank would be a reef setting with large established coral colonies.
A very mature tank with lots of natural foods can help in long term survival. It is very timid in the aquarium, typically hiding from even semi-aggressive fish. Its tank mates need to be passive and it should be the first inhabitant added to the tank. It cannot be put in a tank with any other fish that may threaten it, including even a perceived threat. Once well established they become bolder.
Species: Holacanthus clarionensis, Clarion angelfish
Regular feeding, plenty of hiding places and a lot of space can alleviate aggressive behavior to some degree. These fish should be kept in a well run aquarium where they can "graze" algae from rocks and stones. If there are insufficient algae on the rocks, it is important to feed more frequently and supplement with algae rich food e. Especially Zoathus are swiftly eaten by the larger species. It is however possible to build up a mixed coral aquarium with Angelfish. If some of the following corals are choosen there is a good chance the Angelfish will leave them alone; Hammer corals, Bubble corals, Star polyps, Disc anemones and others.
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