This spectacular rarity is a prized showpiece to any aquarium. The hardiness combined with amazing vibrant orange, blue and purple coloration makes this #1 on the list of most wanted species. Like most of the Centropyge, the Interrupta Angelfish can be relatively peaceful in a community aquarium. Interrupta Angelfish have been noted to be protogynous hermaphrodites and there have been reports of spawnings taking place in home aquariums. They are among the largest of the Centropyge genus so a 75 gallon aquarium is recommended as the smallest that should be used to house this impressive beauty. With frequent feedings, it is possible to keep this Angelfish away from coral and it will spend its day happily grazing on bits of algae growing on live rock and other aquarium decorations. It is by far one of the most expensive yet frequently asked for Centropyge Angelfish.