The Whitetail Dwarf Angel Fish is one of the smallest members of the Centropyge genus. Its body and face are primarily blue and the caudal fin is white.
It requires an aquarium with numerous hiding places and large amounts of live rock for grazing on microalgae.
The Whitetail Dwarf Angelfish may nip at stony and soft corals and clam mantles.
It can be very territorial and will often kill other Dwarf Angels, and harass any docile fish. One male and several females can be kept together.
The Whitetail Dwarf Angelfish can be bred in an aquarium, but has no distinguishing characteristics that differentiate males from females.
The diet should consist of marine algae, mysis shrimp, and chopped meaty foods.