Scribbled -Chaetodontoplus duboulayi.
Scribbled Angelfish are found on coastal and inner reefs of Queensland, Northern Territory, Western Australia, southern New Guinea and the Aru Islands. Generally seen at depths between 1-20 meters (3-66 ft.). In the wild in feeds on Crustaceans, coral polyps, algae, grazer. Scribbled Angelfish adults can grow to 25.5 cm (10 inches).


 
Yellow-Mark or Blue-Face
- Pomacanthus xanthometopon Juveniles and sub-adults are differently marked and colored than adults. Thy are found in areas of prolific coral growth in lagoons, channels and outer reef slopes. Solitary species which in the wild feeds on sponges and tunicates. They rarely tolerate more than one or closely related and sized species in a system.
 


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Conspicuous - Chaetodontoplus conspicillatus
Habitat: Outer Reefs betwwen 20-40m. Juveniles frequently seen shallower in lagoon, habors or protected bays, especially in area of abundant soft corals.The Conspicuous Angelfish is recorded from the southern Great Barrier Reef to the central New South Wales coast and from New Caledonia, Norfolk and Lord Howe Islands. In the wild it feeds on sponges and tunicates. Forms pairs. In Captive Care this omnivorous fish likes to eat algae, sponges, mysids, brine shrimp, crustaceans and clams. Adults grow to 10 inches (25 cm) in length. A spectacular rare angelfish fish commanding high prices.

Clarion - Holacanthus clarionensis
The juveniles are very different in appearance from the adult specimens. Habitat: Shallow coral reefs and walls in depths of 100 ft. or less. Diet in the Wild: Sponges, algae, and small invertebrates. Distribution:The Clarion Angelfish is found
along the Gulf of California and much of the central Eastern Pacific, including San Benedicto Island Habit: Active during the day and often lethargic at night.
In Captive Care this omnivorous fish likes to eat algae, sponges, mysids, brine shrimp, crustaceans and clams. Adults grow to 14 inches (28 cm) in length. Another spectacular rare angelfish fish due to it's isolation, collection & transportation costs they are commanding high prices.


Ear-Spot Angel Goldtail Angelfish
Pomacanthus chrysurus. Grows to thirteen inches in the wild. Found from the southern end of the Red Sea, down Africa's east coast to South Africa. Inhabits coral-rich reefs.

 
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