Biota Captive-Bred Spot Breast Angelfish (Genicanthus melanospilos)

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1-5/8" Biota Captive-Bred Spot Breast Angelfish (Genicanthus melanospilos) coming in today's Diver's Den® at around 5pm CST.

Successfully captive bred for the first time and offered for the first time on LiveAquaria®, today's Spot Breast Angelfish (Genicanthus melanospilos) joins the growing roster of captive-bred marine fish species from Biota Palau. As its alternate common name "Swallowtail Angelfish" suggests, Genicanthus melanospilos develops a distinct and impressive caudal fin with elegant streamers. As a "reef safe" marine angelfish, the Biota Captive-Bred Spot Breast Angelfish is sure to excite both marine fish hobbyists as well as reef keepers.
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Did someone already snatch it up? Might grab it if it’s in my budget
 
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Awesome to see more and more captive bred angels.

I’m really hoping to see captive bred achilles tangs at some point.
 
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So does anyone have one of these “reef safe” angels? Do they live up to the promise of being reef safe so far?
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Reef safe so far. I frequently see her picking at pods. Ideally i’d like her to subside more on frozen/pellets and leave the pods for my mandarin.
 

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