Dispar Anthias (Pseudanthias dispar) There are many different Anthias to choose from I have picked Dispar because of it's smaller tank size requirements Picture from peteducation.com Reef Safe:Yes Attitude: Peaceful Diet:can be a challenge in coaxing them to eat and may need to be fed two or more times a day. The natural diet includes plankton but they will adapt to a variety of diets including flake food. Care:Antias are reef dewellers that live in schools. They are hermaphroditic so if the dominant male dies the largest female will change. Origin:Indo-Pacific, Maldives Personal Observations:I do not personally have these types of fish but will soon. They schoole very well if several females and one male are kept. They add beautiful colour to any reef tank. Feeding: needs to be fed twice a day or graze on algae clips. Pellets, Flake, and any food high in veg should be fed to these fish This Fish of the Month submitted by Jason McKenzie. Thanks for becoming a 3reef Contributor and earning 50 karma!