Koran Angelfish | Pomacanthus semicirculatus
(by Okinawa Nature Photography)

Koran Angelfish | Pomacanthus semicirculatus

(by Okinawa Nature Photography)



Flame Angelfish | Centropyge loricula
(by edpdiver)

Flame Angelfish | Centropyge loricula

(by edpdiver)



Angelfish | Pteropyllum scalare
(by Dusty V)

Angelfish | Pteropyllum scalare

(by Dusty V)



White Tailed Damsel Angelfish | Centropyge flavicauda

“One of the smallest members of the Centropyge genus, the Pygmy Yellowtail Angelfish rarely grows to over two inches. Not a good reef dweller, the Pygmy Yellowtail Angelfish is prone to nip at stony and soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles. It can be very territorial and will often kill other Dwarf Angels, and harass any docile fish.”-

(by Mick’s wet)

White Tailed Damsel Angelfish | Centropyge flavicauda

One of the smallest members of the Centropyge genus, the Pygmy Yellowtail Angelfish rarely grows to over two inches. Not a good reef dweller, the Pygmy Yellowtail Angelfish is prone to nip at stony and soft corals (sessile invertebrates) and clam mantles. It can be very territorial and will often kill other Dwarf Angels, and harass any docile fish.”-

(by Mick’s wet)



Queen Angelfish | Holacanthus ciliaris
(by edpdiver)

Queen Angelfish | Holacanthus ciliaris

(by edpdiver)



Gray Angelfish | Pomacanthus arcuatus
(by photos by mhl)

Gray Angelfish | Pomacanthus arcuatus

(by photos by mhl)



Blue-Ringed Angelfish (Pomacanthus annularis) and “intermediate phase” Moon Wrasse (Thalassoma lunare).
(by deecfc67)

Blue-Ringed Angelfish (Pomacanthus annularis) and “intermediate phase” Moon Wrasse (Thalassoma lunare).

(by deecfc67)



Freshwater Angelfish | Pterophyllum

“Angel fish are curious about their environment and can become very territorial, especially around breeding time. They will pair off and if any other fish tries to enter their territory they will go after them. So use caution when stocking.”  -

(by J@m_)

Freshwater Angelfish | Pterophyllum

Angel fish are curious about their environment and can become very territorial, especially around breeding time. They will pair off and if any other fish tries to enter their territory they will go after them. So use caution when stocking.”  -

(by J@m_)




Angelfish | Pterophyllum

(Photos by ssheikh2000)



Freshwater Angelfish | Pterophyllum 
(by nagashima)

Freshwater Angelfish | Pterophyllum

(by nagashima)




Freshwater Angelfish | Pterophyllum

(by Wateraround)



Mango, the Freshwater Angelfish | Pterophyllum
(by ~!CW!~)

Mango, the Freshwater Angelfish | Pterophyllum

(by ~!CW!~)



French Angelfish | Pomacanthus paru 
(by edpdiver)

French Angelfish | Pomacanthus paru

(by edpdiver)



Grey Angelfish | Pomacanthus arcuatus
(by Spottswoode)

Grey Angelfish | Pomacanthus arcuatus

(by Spottswoode)



Pair of Gray Angelfish | Pomacanthus arcuatus
(by edpdiver)

Pair of Gray Angelfish | Pomacanthus arcuatus

(by edpdiver)