The Multicolor Dwarf Angel Fish, is pale peach-orange to yellow. Black speckles on a background of blue highlight an area just behind the eyes. The dorsal and anal fins are blue-black while the caudal fin is yellow. In bright contrast to its other colors, there is a horizontal swatch of silvery-white from mid-body to the caudal fin.
The Multicolor Angelfish needs an aquarium with lots of hiding places and live rock for grazing on microalgae.
It does best in subdued lighting, since in the wild, it is a deep-water swimmer.
The Multicolor Angelfish may nip at LPS Corals and soft corals and clam mantles.
This species is sensitive to copper-based medications.
The diet of the Multicolor Angelfish should include marine algae, mysis or frozen shrimp, and choppedmeaty foods.