French Angelfish, Pomacanthus paru, net caught in the Florida Keys. These French Angelfish will live a long time in an aquarium, and if you have a big tank, they will grow pretty big. They will eat just about anything, but there are special foods on the market that will enhance their color and balance out their diet, so I would suggest that you switch foods occasionally to keep them looking their best.
French Angelfish will fight with other angelfish, but are not aggressive toward other tankmates. Most of the larger angelfish from the Caribbean are not considered “Reef Safe” because they pick at corals and invertebrates, so keep that in mind when you’re thinking about adding one to a tank with corals, clams, or sea anemones.
Small: 1.5 to 2.5 inches
Medium: >2.5 to 4.5 inches
Large: 5 to 7 inches
XL: >7 to 8 inches