Common Name Koi Angel, Koi Angelfish
Scientific Name Pterophyllum Scalare
Size Approximately 15cm
Origin Comes from the Amazon Region in South America
Tank Setup Preferably Community Setups with same size and with other peasceful fishes.
Temperature Tend to thrive in a tank temperature of 27 – 28 degrees.

Piscivores, they can survive on flakes and granules but it is recommended to supply them a variety of foods. They can take a variety of live foods from Brine shrimp, black worms, mosquito larvae. They can also take frozen foods like blood worms and frozen Brine Shrimp.
Also in the wild Angels are predatory fishes, they can also take small fishes and small fry.

Gender Not really easy to tell but males tend to have a more rounder head compare to the females.

Angels are a unique cichlid because of their distinct body shape, they have a compressed lateral body which gives it diamond shape body from the side view. They are also very slender similiar to the discus but has a variety of long fins. They are more suited to the community setup rather then a predatory with larger fish, the only thing is Angels should never be kept with fishes that can fit in their mouth, like Neons and other tetras. They should also be kept without fin nipping fishes like Barbs and other fast moving fishes.

Angels also thrive in planted tanks with pots e.t.c, due to the fact that Angels tend to lay their eggs on smooth surfaces.

Koi Angelfish, also known as Koi Angels or Koi Angels hybrids, are a type of ornamental fish that are bred from a cross between Koi fish and Angelfish. They are known for their unique coloring and patterns, which can vary widely depending on the specific genetics of the individual fish. Koi Angelfish are typically black and white in color, with orange highlights and distinctive markings that resemble those of Koi fish.

Koi Angelfish are popular among aquarium enthusiasts due to their attractive appearance and playful, interactive nature. They are typically very hardy and adaptable, and they can thrive in a wide range of water conditions. Koi Angelfish are omnivorous, which means they will eat both plant and animal matter, and they should be fed a varied diet of flakes, pellets, and live or frozen foods to ensure proper nutrition.

In addition to their physical beauty, Koi Angelfish are known for their social behavior and can be a lot of fun to watch as they swim around and interact with their environment. If you’re considering adding a Koi Angelfish to your home aquarium, it is important to research the specific care requirements and provide a suitable habitat to ensure the health and well-being of your new pet.