Centropyge potteri. This very pretty species dwarf angelfish accepts a wide variety of foods including fortified brine shrimp, mysis, and flake food (especially Spirulina). Requires numerous small feedings per day, as it’s a constant browser. Keep in mind this is often a somewhat secretive species, and in large aquariums with much live rock and hiding places, may seldom be seen. Nevertheless, they do require hiding places, even in small aquariums, as they like to glide in and out of rock crevices while forging for foodstuffs. It’s recommended this species be the last fish to be added, as they can be aggressive toward following additions and may also annoy some damselfishes and tangs. Also, it‘s preferable to add this species to a 'well-established' reef aquarium, as it likes to pick on rocks containing various forms of algae or find accumulations of detritus to ingest.