The Keyhole dwarf Angel Fish is one of the largest of the Centropyge genus.
The Keyhole Dwarf Angel Fish is primarily a dull blue to brownish-blue. The pelvic and lower portion of the anal fins are yellow. The egg-shaped, white vertical bar found in the mid-central body area gives it its name.
This Species should have large amounts of live rock for hiding and grazing.
It may nip at stony and soft corals and clam mantles.
It will also feed on filamentous algae and diatoms.
It is hermaphroditic, and has no distinguishable differences in color between male to female.
Its diet should also include marine algae, mysis or frozen shrimp, and chopped meaty foods.