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ATLANTIC PYGMY ANGEL - medium
Angel Atlantic Pygmy Small Centropyge Argi Common Name - Atlantic Pygmy Angelfish, Yellow Face Pygmy, Cherub Angelfish Description: The Atlantic Pygmy Angel has a body that is deep blue in color with orange or yellow on its face, also there is an electric blue edge around the fish's dorsal and anal fins. Recommended Tank: Size: Due to the small size of the Atlantic Pygmy Angel they are able to be housed in a smaller sized 20 - 30 gallon tank. If you'd like to have more than one Atlantic Pygmy Angel it is recommended to either buy them in a mated pair or introduce them to the aquarium at the same time. The temperature of he water should be between 72 - 82 degrees Fahrenheit with a pH level of approximately 8.1 - 8.4. Food & Diet: The Pygmy Atlantic Angel should be fed a balanced diet. In the beginning your new fish may be a little picky about eating but after a while it will become comfortable in its tank and begin to eat regularly. They should be fed a variety of foods over time, feeding them the same thing on a regular basis could be unhealthy for them. Feed the Pygmy Atlantic fish a diet that contains frozen foods that are a combination of meat and algae. The fish should be fed many small portions throughout the day. Level of Care: Easy Reef Compatibility: Reef safe but proceed with caution, nip at corals and clams The family Pomacanthidae is comprised of nine genera and about ninety species, perhaps better known as angelfish. The marine angelfish, much like its freshwater counterpart, is laterally compressed and roughly disc shaped in appearance. From there, the wide array of species exhibits some of the most spectacular coloring in the marine hobby. There are also a wide selection of sizes, from the tiny pygmy angels up to the giants like the Queen angel. Angelfish are feeders on sponges and polyps so generally they do not make good reef inhabitants. There are exceptions, perhaps, but it is strongly advised that you research your choice thoroughly to ensure that you will be able to provide the proper space and food for these amazing angelfish. Check out Size Chart Tab below for size descriptions:
Q. How are the fish shipped?
A. They are bagged in plastic bags and clean water with a product to control ammonia levels. They are then boxed in a Styrofoam insulated box and heat packs or cold packs are used if weather conditions warrant. They are then shipped via FedEx Express to the home or business address requested.
Q. How much does shipping cost?
A. For orders over $50 the shipping is discounted to $36.95 for FedEx Express. For orders over $325 the shipping is free. For smaller orders under $50 the rate is $44.95. FedEx express is the preferred method of shipment and has 100% warranty. Bluegrass Aquatics guarantees live arrival on all packages shipped
Q. When will I receive my fish after placing my order?
A. Most orders are shipped 2-5 business days after they are ordered. Some orders that include odd balls and or saltwater fish may requires a couple of extra days to acquire and prepare fish for shipment since they are wild caught imports from a local distributor. Most of the cichlids listed on the site are in inventory and can be shipped within one to three business days. If you have a preferred date of arrival select that on the delivery calender provided or include that information and the order number in an email to: email@example.com. We will let you know if we have to delay or reschedule for weather or product availability.
Q. Where are you located?
A. Bluegrass Aquatics headquarters are in Louisville Ky. Most of the fish are shipped direct to the customers door from the Florida facility in Riverview near Tampa.
Q. What is the guarantee on live arrival?
A. Bluegrass Aquatics guarantees live arrival on all packages shipped. We cannot guarantee live arrival of packages that are not received on time due to carrier delay, whether it is due to weather conditions or failure to pick up or receive fish within two hours of arrival. We will, however, do our best to resolve any problems or question you may have. It is our goal to help you keep your fish alive and healthy. "Live arrival" is defined by Bluegrass Aquatics as follows: upon opening the box and inspecting your new arrivals, the fish are all swimming and appear to be in good order. In other words, they are not floating upside down dead. If you receive fish that do not meet these standards, it is the customers responsibility to take digital pictures of the fish and email them to us within two (2) hours of receiving the fish. The digital pictures of your DOA fish should be taken while the fish is in the unopened bag or with the tails clip off if discovered after opening the bag. We also encourage you to call or email us once you receive your fish to confirm their safe arrival within 2 hours, particularly if any abnormal conditions or extreme stress of the fish are involved. In the case of a DOA of a guaranteed fish, a credit will be issued. We do not refund the cash value of the fish or the cost of shipping. In the event of total loss (80% or more) of a FedEx overnight shipment, a new order will be shipped at no cost to the customer or a credit for the total order including the shipping cost will be credit to the next order.
Q. How do I acclimate the fish?
Simply float in bag in the tank to adjust the temperature, then introduce the fish only into tank without any of the bag water.Ôªø
The Drip Method is recommended only for saltwater fish and invertebrates
Q. What size are the fish?
A. The size is listed under thei size tab found on the product description page of each fish. Most of the cichlids are sold as small fish 1.25 to 2.5 inches in size. The small size allows us to offer a wide variety of species and a low cost and economical shipping rates.. when we have large size they will be listed in the drop down menu in the product description page or listed as Medium, Large, Adult etc..
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