Fish Name:Brazilian Fireball Pygmy Angel Please excuse my photography skills! Scientific Name: Centropyge aurantonotus Familly:Pomancanthidae Common Names: Braziian Flameback, Fireball Angelfish Reef Safe: With Caution Maximum Fish Size: 3 inches Min. Tank Size: 30 gallons Attitude: Semi-aggressive Diet: Omnivore Origin: Brazil Care: Moderate Compatibility: Compatible with most fish, though not with other pygmy angels unless the tank is very large. Also, caution is advised with coral, clams and other inverts. Personal Observations: I absolutely love this fish! His color is striking and he is the fish everyone comments on first. He is extremely active and fun to watch. He eats very well - nori, flakes, pellets, mysis and brine, and seems very healthy and hardy. I feed him at least twice a day. Although some people say these angels can be quite aggressive, he is a wonderful tank mate. He doesn't pick on any other fish and just minds his own business. He was an early addition to my tank and has never bothered a new tank mate either. Also, He has not nipped any of my coral or clams. Although the minimum tank size for this fish is usually listed as 30 gallons, from owning this fish, I feel that is too small. This fish needs a lot of rock for grazing and is very, very active. I have mine in my 90 gallon and feel it is perfect for him. The African Flameback Angel is often mistaken for this fish. They are very similar, the only main physical difference between the two is that the African has a yellow tail, and the Brazilian has a blue tail. Edit: Also, I want to add that this fish is quite rare. So if you want one and you see it - buy!