The Best Video of Centropyge nahackyi Ever!

Centropyge nahackyi is a gorgeous colorful pygmy angelfish from the central Pacific Ocean that is rarely seen by aquarists or divers since it lives mostly outside the ranges of where people visit natural coral reefs. The Nahacky angelfish has a…

Ultra rare aquarium video of Centropyge nahackyi

There’s been a veritable parade of new and rare angelfish entering the aquarium hobby as of late, it’s getting a little hard to keep up with it all. Between the Ballina angelfish video, captive bred personatus angelfish, scribbled and hybrid…

Centropye nahackyi found swimming far from home in Hawaii

Centropyge nahackyi is a super rare marine angelfish from the Pacific Ocean which is occasionally found in Hawaii, but isn;t really considered a Hawaiian species. A small, young juvenile specimen has recently been discovered swimming on a Hawaiian reef where…

Nahackyi angelfish video is the first of this isolated endemic reef fish from Johnston Atoll

The Nahacky angelfish, Centropyge nahackyi, is a super rare little Centropyge that is almost as isolated in its distribution as the resplendent angelfish. Coming only from Johnston Atoll, where permits are required just to visit, the Nahacky angelfish is super well…

Destination Tokyo, the final frontier

In all the years as a fish writer, nothing has been more rewarding to me than travelling the world and seeing new things. The relationships that i’ve forged with people throughout my time is something that can never be taken away, and…

2014 recap: Top 10 scintillating reef fish stories

2014 is fizzing away by the day and as usual, we’ve recapped our ten favourite reef fish stories for the year. Normally we’d put out our top ten highlights just as the year closes to make sure no surprises pops…

Deepwater Debelius Angelfish Collected in 50 Feet in Madagascar!

The Debelius angelfish is one of the rarest and most elusive angelfish species because it has only been known from very deep waters of the isolated island of Mauritius. Over the weekend we got some earth-shattering news about this species…

Okayama’s “Liopropoma boss” shows us how he got that name

We’re at the penultimate last leg of our recent Japanese tour recount, and if you’re just following, be sure to check out the previous parts here, here, here, here and here. We’ve toured Osaka and the surrounding Kansai region extensively…