Purplemask angelfish - Sumireyakko venustus
Species Name: Sumireyakko venustus
Synonyms: Paracentropyge venusta, Centropyge venusta, Holacanthus venustus, Sumireyakko venustus, Centropyge venustus
Common Names: Purplemask angelfish
Family: Pomacanthidae (Angelfishes),
Order: Perciformes (Perch-likes)
Class: Actinopterygii (Ray-finned Fishes)
Max.Size: 12.0 cm/4.7 inches
Environment: Marine reef
Origin: Northwest and Western Central Pacific
Company: Sumireyakko venustus (Purplemask angelfish) should not be kept in aquarium crowded with other fishes from the same family. They can show aggressive behaviour if you place it in a community or reef aquarium that is too small. Always avoid keeping it with Lionfishes and eels.
Aquarium Setup: Sumireyakko venustus (Purplemask angelfish) is a curious and playful creature. It should be given an aquarium with many things to explore and play with. The water should be clean, well filtered and well circulated. Purplemask angelfish might bite electrical outlets, heaters and power strips. They should not be kept in aquarium with a deep sand bed.
Food: Sumireyakko venustus (Purplemask angelfish) feed on pants, benthic algae, weeds, zoobenthos, sponges and tunicates.
Breeding: We have no information about how to breed Sumireyakko venustus (Purplemask angelfish) in aquariums.
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