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Australian Angelfish



Angelfishes

Bicolor Angelfish
(Centropyge bicolor)
Bicolor Angelfish
The Bicolor Angelfish (or Blue and Gold Angelfish) has distinctive half yellow and half blue markings. It has a blue patch above the eye and large adults also have an orange spot around the gills.. Click to continue>
Two-spine Angelfish
(Centropyge bispinosa)
Two-spine Angelfish
Two-Spined Angelfish has a bright blue purple head, dorsal fin, anal fins and tail. It has a rounded tail. The centre of the body is orange or yellow, with vertical blue bars sometimes broken into spots. Found singly or in small groups. A popular... Click to continue>
Blue Angelfish
(Pomacanthus semicirculatus)
Blue Angelfish
The Blue Angelfish is yellow to brownish with small blue spots on body. The snout is paler, and the edges of the fins are blue. The dorsal and anal fins end in a long filament with yellow tips. Juveniles are blue-black with concentric blue-white... Click to continue>
Blue-ringed Angelfish
(Pomacanthus annularis)
Blue-ringed Angelfish
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Blueface Angelfish
(Pomacanthus xanthometopon)
Blueface Angelfish
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Emperor Angelfish
(Pomacanthus imperator)
Emperor Angelfish
The Emperor Angelfish is a beautiful fish with many blue and yellow stripes and black mask edged with blue around the eyes. The dorsal fin is serrated with pale edge. The snout is pale blue. Juveniles look completely different with pale concentric... Click to continue>
Regal Angelfish
(Pygoplites diacanthus)
Regal Angelfish
The Regal Angelfish is a beautiful tropical angelfish with yellow, black, white and blue vertical stripes and yellow tail. The dorsal fin is blue with black markings and the anal fin has yellow and blue stripes. Juveniles are orange yellow with... Click to continue>


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