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Species Name: Centropyge heraldi

Authority: Woods & Schultz, 1953

Common Name: Herald's Angelfish/False Lemonpeel Angelfish

Range: Western and South Pacific Ocean

Size: 4 inches - 10 cm

Natural Environment: Inhabits heavy coral growth areas

General Husbandry: Prefer a temperature of 72 - 82°F (22 – 28°C) and natural diet consists mainly of algae. Requirements same as the Lemonpeel except for temperatures.

Aquarium Suitability: Not known to be a hardy species.

Potential Controller Of:
Oscillatoria sp. 2
Oscillatoria sp. 1
Ulva rigida (Sea Lettuce)
Ulva lactuca
Boodlea species
Derbesia marina
Derbesia species 2
Derbesia species 1
Enteromorpha prolifera
Enteromorpha linza
Enteromorpha intestinalis
Enteromorpha compressa
Diatoms Stringy Growth
Diatom Coating

Herald's Angelfish/False Lemonpeel Angelfish (Centropyge heraldi) Photo Credit:Bob Fenner

Photo Credit: Bob Fenner

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