Potters Angelfish



Other Potters Angelfish Names: Potters Angel, Russet Angelfish

Potters Angelfish Scientific Name: Centropyge potteri

Alternate Scientific Name: Holacanthus potteri

Potters Angelfish (Centropyge potteri)
Potters Angelfish Ease of Care: 4/10
4/10
Potters Angelfish Reef Safety: Low Risk
Low Risk
Temperature Range: 75°F-82°F
75°-82°
pH Range: 8.1-8.4
8.1-8.4
Salinity Range: 1.02-1.027
1.02-1.027
Group: Angel Fish (Angel Fishes)

Family: Pomacanthidae

Distribution: Reef systems around Hawaii

Potters Angelfish Adult Size: 5 inches (cm)

Potters Angelfish Minimum Tank Size: 55 gallons

Potters Angelfish Temperament: Timid and peaceful. Will likely fight with other angel fishes so do not add more than one angelfish unless you have a large reef tank.

Potters Angelfish Diet & Nutrition: Herbivorous - Feed vegetable based flake or pellet foods supplimented with dry sheets of nori, frozen and live foods.

Potters Angelfish Description: The potters angelfish is a notoriously poor shipper. If the fish survives shipment and is placed in an established reef tank then it is a fairly hardy species.

The potters angelfish is found at depths greater than a typical reef fish. Adults are found as far as 150 feet below the surface and juveniles are found about 15 feet below the surface. Like other members of this genus it is solitary and stays close to shelter. They generally dart from crevice to crevice exposing themselves for only brief periods of time.

Tank Mate Compatibility: The Potters Angelfish is typically a good community fish. Do not place with more aggressive fishes.

Potters Angelfish Breeding & Spawning: No known way to breed in captivity.

Determining Potters Angelfish Sex: As with other dwarf angels they are synchronous protogynic hermaphrodites.

Aquarium Region: All over.

Related Information

Bicolor Angelfish

Coral Beauty Angelfish

Eibli Angelfish

Flame Angel Fish

Lemonpeel Angelfish

Potters Angelfish