Koran Angelfish (Pomacanthus semicirculatus) Care
The Koran Angelfish, Pomacanthus semicirculatus, is also known as the also referred to as the Semicircular Angelfish, Semicircle Angelfish and Halfcircle Angelfish. These fish come from the Indo-West Pacific region. Juveniles are a blue/black color with a number of vertical white bands; the bands near the head are straight, whereas they become more crescent-shaped near the tail. Adults are a blue/green color blue rimmed scales that give it a speckled appearance. The lips are yellow and that fins are trimmed in beautiful blue.
These fish are omnivores and require a diet including marine algae, mysis and brine shrimp, and angelfish food. They should be fed a couple of times a day.
Koran Angelfish do best in an aquarium that is at least 250 gallons or more and that has plenty of live rock to graze on and hide in.
They are not considered reef safe because they are known to nip at clam mantles and corals.