We cannot imagine a cooler way for Sea Dwelling Creatures to christen their swanky new website than to get not one but two aberrant passer angelfish, Holacanthus passer. Now SDC is calling these two specimens hybrids but other than the unusual color, these fish show no real differences of pattern or body shape to warrant calling them hybrids with the only likely candidate, one of our favorites, the clarion angelfish, Holacanthus clarionensis. If anything, these unusual King angelfish specimens look more like St. Paul’s Rock Queen angelfish, a local variant and probably inbred population of Holacanthus ciliaris. If you want to get your mind blown really quickly, check out this gallery of blue, koi and calico queen angelfish from the St. Paul. Supporting the theory that the pictured Passers are locally inbred are the reports that there’s more of these calico King angelfish to be had. So wether these are hybrids or rednecks remains to be seen, our money is riding on these specimens actualy reverting to a more normal coloration like many piebald and unusually colored reef fish often do once they are housed in captivity. As usual follow the break for more pics.