After raising 800 silver angelfish, I found 5 with black speckles. As they got older they also developed a reflective color that flops from gold to blue depending on the angle of light. I don't know if they are called blue angelfish, leopard or something else when they have this phenotype.

The pearlscale trait adds another layer of flash to these wild-looking blue silver angelfish!

Many different anti-fungal / anti-bacterial additives have been proposed for the artificial rearing of angelfish, including Acryflavin, Hydrogen Peroxide, and Methylene Blue. I like Methylene Blue because I’ve had zero problems with it, it is easily accessible, and it seems to “do the trick”. Once the eggs are set up in the incubator, I dose methylene blue at a rate of 10 drops per gallon (so the large specimen cup gets 5 drops; if I’m forced to use a small specimen cup which is roughly a quarter gallon, I use 2 drops). Part 6 – Label The Batch

Blue Silver Angelfish from Angels Plus

Traditional silver angelfish with blue genetics. Exceptionally close to the breed perfect standard. $10 = Wild-Cross Philippine Blue Silver 50% Manacupuru Wild blood in a double-dose blue fish. Stunning body and fin shape. Lots of glitter. Full dark stripes. Folks who know angelfish will recognize these as exceptionally close to the perfect breed standard. Lots of glitter in many of these.

Blue Silver angelfish are homozygous for Blue

$9 Philippine Blue Pinoy PEARLSCALE Widefin consists of a variety of Pinoy Ghosts, Pinoy Zebras, Pinoy Silver (Lace), Pinoy Smokeys, and Pinoy Marbles -- you will get a mix of these types in the pearlscale variant. The Blue Pinoy is a very popular type of angelfish. For those that like black angelfish, the Pinoy (with its Philippine Blue genes) is a spectacular dark color which retains a bright blue sheen. These come from our Kennedy Widefin lines, so will develop a

Wild-Cross Philippine Blue Silver Angelfish