This is a beautiful dwarf angel, by far one of my favorites. They are small, cool, and hardy. Although, more flame angels have been dying in captivity more than ever for some reason. These are not very pricey which is great. These angels will swim back and forth along the walls of the tank in a small tank. Keep them in a tank of at least 30 gallons. It should be the last fish introduced in a peaceful community tank because they are known to be aggressive. These are not able to breed normally which is the downside. Also, you cannot tell the difference between males and females. They are not good when exposed to high copper levels, so put it in a qt when treating your main tank with copper. These are coral nippers so I would recommend only putting it in a FOWLR tank. It is an omnivore so it will eat most everything. Feed it color enhancing foods because it tends to lose color easily. Overall, a great fish that can be aggressive though. Some have been known to do okay without nipping at corals in a reef tank so if you are willing to take the risk, try it! This is also probably the most well known and available dwarf angel so you can easily find it.