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Centropyge

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Lemonpeel Hybrid Angelfish
(Centropyge flavissima x C. vroliki)
Starting at $89.99
These Lemonpeel Hybrid Angelfish s are a cross between a Lemonpeel and Halfblack angelfish. These angels vary a great deal in coloration and can take on characteristics of both or either the Lemonpeel Angelfish or the Halfblack Angelfish. The varying black coloration in the tail and/or rear section…
Half Black Angelfish
(Centropyge vroliki)
Starting at $26.99
The Half Black Angelfish, like its name is half black and half pearled in coloration.It requires at least a 70 gallon tank with lots of hiding places. The Half Black Angelfish should be the only dwarf angelfish in the tank. It is not a good reef dweller and may eat soft coral polyps, clam mantles,…
Bicolor Angelfish
(Centropyge bicolor)
Starting at $23.99
Thought by many to be the most striking of the Centropyge group of dwarf or pygmy angelfish, the Bicolor Angelfish, also known as the Two-colored Angelfish or Oriole Angelfish, is a vibrant yellow on the anterior half of its body and a deep blue on the posterior half. A splash of deep blue extends…
Coral Beauty Angelfish
(Centropyge bispinosa)
Starting at $29.99
Very common on the Great Barrier Reef, the Coral Beauty Angelfish is also known as the Twospined or Dusky Angelfish. The body and head are a deep royal blue, highlighted with an iridescent orange to yellow. The Coral Beauty Angelfish is one of the easiest angels to care for.It requires a 70 gallon…
Potter's Angelfish
(Centropyge potteri)
Starting at $99.99
The Potter's Angelfish, or Potter's Pygmy Angelfish, is endemic to the Hawaiian Islands area, including the Johnston Atoll. The body is a brilliant orange, marbleized with pale to dark blue. The caudal portions of the dorsal and anal fins as well as the caudal fin are a dark blue-black.The Potter's…
Flameback Angelfish
(Centropyge acanthops)
Starting at $64.99
…fin is yellow and somewhat transparent, which distinguishes it from the Brazilian Flameback Angelfish (also known as the Fireball Angelfish - Centropyge aurantonotus).The Flameback Angelfish requires a minimum of a 55 gallon tank with lots of hiding places and live rock for grazing. On occasion,…
Multibar Angelfish
(Paracentropyge multifasciata)
Starting at $89.99
The Multibar Angel, also known as the Many Banded Angelfish and Multibarred Angelfish, has individual black and yellow vertical bands arranged in an "every other" fashion, with a thin stripe of white bordering each black band. The tail is white to yellow with small black speckles. A juvenile can be…
Tibicen Angelfish
(Centropyge tibicin)
Starting at $24.99
The Tibicen Angelfish, also referred to as the Keyhole Angelfish or Melas Angelfish, is one of the largest of the Centropyge genus. Somewhat drab when compared to most other angelfish, the Tibicen Angelfish is primarily a dull blue to brownish-blue. The pelvic and lower portion of the anal fins are…
Red Stripe Angelfish
(Centropyge eibli)
Starting at $36.99
The Red Stripe Angelfish is known by many names including the Eibl's Angelfish, Eibl's Pygmy Angelfish, Orangelined Angelfish, Blacktail Angelfish, and Eibl's Dwarf Angel. Its pearlescent body is highlighted with several vertical, evenly-spaced orange to red stripes. The very back of the body and…
Fireball Angelfish
(Centropyge aurantonotus)
Starting at $119.99
…the Flameback Pygmy Angelfish, Flameback Angelfish, and Brazilian Flameback Angelfish. It is often confused with the African Flameback Angelfish (Centropyge acanthops).The Fireball Angelfish originates in the Caribbean and can be distinguished from its African counterpart by its dark blue caudal fin…
Flame Angelfish - Captive-Bred (USA)
(Centropyge loricula)
Starting at $229.99
…marine copepods. Feeding this food for the early stages of life have proven to be the key in successfully rearing this and other species of Centropyge Angelfish. Being Captive Bred, these Angels are accustomed to life in an aquarium, and will quickly adapt to its new surroundings. Along with…
Multicolor Angelfish
(Centropyge multicolor)
Starting at $99.99
The Multicolor Angelfish, also known as the Pastel Pygmy Angelfish or Many-colored Angelfish, is pale peach-orange to yellow. Black speckles on a background of blue highlight an area just behind the eyes. The dorsal and anal fins are blue-black while the caudal fin is yellow. In bright contrast to…
Lemonpeel Angelfish
(Centropyge flavissima)
Starting at $39.99
The Lemonpeel Angelfish is a cheery yellow with sky-blue highlights on the lips, encircling the eyes, on the pectoral fins, and the tips of the dorsal, caudal, and anal fins. To avoid confusion with the False Lemonpeel Angelfish (C. heraldi) that lacks the blue highlights, this angelfish is also…
Yellow Angelfish
(Centropyge heraldi)
Starting at $24.99
The Yellow Angelfish from the Cook Islands is also known as the False Lemonpeel Angelfish, and is completely bright yellow in color. They resemble the Lemonpeel Angelfish with the exception of the blue markings around the eyes and the edges of the fins. The Yellow Angelfish requires a 70 gallon or…
Pygmy (Cherub) Angelfish
(Centropyge argi)
Starting at $34.99
The Pygmy Angelfish is also called the Cherubfish, Cherub Angelfish, or Atlantic Pygmy Angelfish. It is a brilliant sapphire-blue with orange highlights to the face.The Pygmy Angelfish requires a 55 gallon or larger tank with numerous hiding places and live rock for grazing on microalgae. It may nip…
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