Time to give my favorite fish the recognition it deserves!!!! Potter's Angelfish (centropyge poterri) Reef Safe: Debatable. like most centropyge angelfish, they do get the reputation to nip at soft coral and LPS as well as zoanthids and possibly clam mantles. Despite the reputation, in my tank this fish has been a model citizen. Many may aslo argue that out of the many species of centryopyge the potter's angel may be one of the most reef safe. Attitude: Reasonably hardy fish when introduced to a well established system. Enjoys grazing on live rock and zipping in and out of rocky over hangs. This fish spends the mojority of it's day foraging on algae off rocks, substrate and glass between feedings. The potter's may also become tempermental with new fish after it has become established, especially in smaller tanks. It is not recommended to have more than one centropyge angel species in a small community tank. Diet / Feeding: Should be provided a variety of foods. Prefers both meaty frozen mysis shrimp and various veggies like spirulina and marine algaes (like nori). Should be fed small amounts twice daily. I firmly believe proper feeding will keep this fish from attacking our corals. *Note: The potter's may not feed when initially introduced to the system which makes it more important that the tank be well established* Care: Provide a minimum tank size no less than approx. 30gallons with plenty of live rock and substrate. Rocky overhangs is a must as this fish will use them when feeling threatened. Origin: Native species of the Hawaii Islands and the Johnston Atoll Personal Observations: Very amusing fish with amazing colors. Definate center piece im my community reef tank. This fish hangs out with my sixline like a troublesome duo. They will eat and hunt together for tiny invertebrate life forms. During feeding they seem to recognize the hand that feeds them and are not shy to come and say hello.