I have a coral beauty (although not captive bred) and it is a very pretty fish. I can't speak for other types of corals but thus far it has left my Euphyllia (ie Frogspawn and Hammer Coral) Alone and seems to be content to graze on algae in the tank. IMHO it does help to have a well established tank with algae growing all around. I have also had experience with a Flame Angel and it was an aggressive butthead and a coral nipper to boot. The only "reef safe" angels are the members of the Genicanthus species (ie Swallowtail, Bellus, Lamarck's, Watanabei) but they generally require a 6 foot long tank to be happy long term.stella1979 said:Oh goodness... those angels though. So many pretties!! I didn't mention them because you have to be really careful with putting an angel in a reef tank. Most are well-known coral nippers. Still, plenty of folks can't help but try a Flame or Coral Beauty, and some have success with these smaller species. Coral Beauties... droool. I would love one, captive bred please.