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Black Nox Angelfish

 
The Black Nox Angelfish, also known as the Midnight Angelfish, is uniformly black over its entire body. - It requires at least a 30 gallon tank with lots of hiding places. The Black Nox Angelfish should be the only dwarf angelfish in the tank. It is not a good reef dweller and may eat soft coral polyps, clam mantles, and zoanthids. - - It is very difficult to breed in an aquarium, and has no distinguishable differences in color between male to female. - - The diet of the Black Nox Angelfish should include Spirulina, marine algae, mysis shrimp along with other meaty fare, and live rock for grazing. - -


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very striking fish

Comments This dwarf angel is pretty slick, with a jet black body it looks almost like a shadow swimming through the tank. These are pretty average in size, getting to about 4 inches in my experience. As with all dwarf angels, they arent always compatible with coral.


Liked about it My favorite thing about this particular dwarf is the color. Completely black, there arent many fish that can compete with the look of this angel. It is relatively easy to acclimate to captivity, and should do well in a tank over 30 gallons.


Didn't like Two drawbacks of this dwarf, which is not unique to just this species. First, they arent compatible with other dwarf angels, so it's not a good idea to try and house more than one in a tank. They are somewhat aggressive to similar fish, and it wouldn't end well. And second, they are rather likely to nip at corals and clams, so if you have a reef tank please make proper preparations to remove the fish if that could be an issue.


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By crvz
May 31, 2010
 
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Thoughts on Midnight Angel

Comments Most attractive fish Ever! Well of course beauty is in the eye of the beholder. I was @ my lfs(local fish store) and me and the wife said we must buy him.


Liked about it I love the solid black color of this Dwarf Angel. Pretty much its a black coral beauty so it might eat corals will eat meaty foods, algea, and pellets. I feed my angel marine II pellets + mysis shrimp. I have named mine Blacksamus he swims around quite peaceful and grazes from time to time on alga.


Didn't like No complaints


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By Dragonist
Aug 14, 2009
 
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