The Golden Dwarf Angel Fish has a dark orange to red base colour with golden vertical stripes. Through the dorsal, caudal and anal fin runs a greenish-brown continues stripe and around these fins runs a blue rim.
Like all other angelfish it's hermphroditic and the most dominant fish will turn into a male when there is no other male around.
Golden Dwarf Angel Fish tend to be quite shy, so try not to combine them with dominant, large or very active fish and make sure ample hiding spots are available.
They generally don’t seem to do large damage to corals, but might pick on certain corals more than the coral likes. They can be picky eaters.
Feed them small live/frozen food like copepods and make sure there is enough algae available for them to graze on to keep them healthy!