The dark blue midnight angelfish from Fiji is an interesting color morph of either Centropyge nox, C. bispinosa or perhaps even a separate species. We had never heard about this particular fish until this weekend when a certain fish nerd in Michigan suggested that this fish could turn out be a new species if the genetics were even tested on it. B-box believes this fish to be a hybrid between C. nox and C. bispinosa, the midnight and coral beauty pygmy angelfishes, and they have it listed as such. We believe this specimen to be a color form of C. nox as the profile and body shape of this fish is unmistakably a midnight angelfish. Finally, Scott Michael in his book Angelfishes and Butterflyfishes describes this exact type of fish “from reef pinnacles off the Fiji islands” with a “navy blue color overall” is being considered by some taxonomists as a color form of the coral beauty angelfish. Isn’t collecting oddball angelfishes fun?