Personatus angelfish may be caught in U.S. waters but aside from their brief stint in Hawaii, they usually go East to Japan, Taiwan or Hong Kong. House of Fins has bucked this trend by laying down some big bucks to bring this highly revered angelfish to the continental United States. The small juvenile Genicanthus personatus is a perfect size at three inches, and we’re told that this specimen was collected in really shallow water on the Big Island of Hawaii, which for this species is less than 100 feet. Don’t even think about how much you can pull out of savings to purchase this personatus angelfish because it has already been sold. However, if you want to get a look at the little Personatus angelfish, it will be conditioning for aquarium life and up on display for a few days at House of Fins in Greenwich CT before going to his next reef aquarium home. Big thanks to Lluis Turon for the great shot of this personatus angelfish.