This deepwater species is a beautiful yellow with a distinctive blue back and dorsal fin. They are a rare find in the hobby, and will make a wonderful addition to the experienced marine fish collector's display.
The Colin's Angel Fish requires an aquarium with hiding places and large amounts of live rock to graze on the microalgae growth. These fishes prefer a dimly lit aquarium, but seem to adapt well to brighter lighting system utilized on modern reef aquariums.
Caution is advised when maintaining this species in an SPS aquarium that is dominated with frags as opposed to larger colonies, as they may nip at SPS corals which can cause damage to smaller frags. Ideally this should be the only dwarf angelfish in the display and its best to add the fish prior to the introduction of larger and more active fishes, as they can be a bit more reclusive and shy initially.
The diet of the Colin's Angel Fish should include marine algae, mysis or frozen shrimp, and chopped meaty foods.