Old Woman X Koran Angelfish Hybrid Found in South Africa

The Old Woman Angelfish,¬†Pomacanthus rhomboides is clearly the odd duck in the entire family of angelfish species. Its curious behavior with divers somewhat makes up for its drab coloration but it’s well behind the Cortez Angelfish on the attractiveness scale.…

This Hybrid of Emperor and Annularis Angelfish is Downright Jawdropping

It’s been a very rich year for cool new, aberrant and hybrid angelfish and this offspring cross between an emperor angelfish and annularis angelfish is a very special fish indeed. Hybridization among angelfish can be common in some places, especially…

Hybrid sixbar and koran angelfish surfaces in Hong Kong

The very special angelfish we have here is an extremely rare hybrid of koran angelfish and sixbar angelfish. This surprisingly familiar looking fish comes to us from¬†Hao Hoi Company Limited in Hong Kong who acquired this fish from a supplier…

Hybrid blueface angelfish appears at Vessel 1997 in Japan

The hybrid blueface angelfish recently revealed by premier Japanese aquarium retailer Vessel 1997 is a very nice treat for angelfish and rare fish aficionados. We don’t get to see too many hybrids of large angelfish species, and when we do…

Awesome Fish Spotlight: The Armitagei hybrid love child

Apolemichthys is one of seven angelfish genera that are ever popular in the aquarium trade. The genus encompasses some of the age old aquarium favourites such as the flag fin angelfish (A. trimaculatus), bandit angelfish (A. arcuatus) as well as…

Lemonpeel halfblack angelfish hybrid from LiveAquaria kicks it up a notch

We’ve written about so many different varieties of lemonpeel hybrids we never thought that one could come along with such a standout pattern to warrant another post. Seriously though, lemonpeel x halfblack hybrids, lemonpeel x eibli angelfish hybrids (Tigerpyge) and…

Hybrid triggerfish still alive and well in a marine fish aquarium

Hybrid triggerfish are so rare, we struggle to think of an example besides this one of cross breeding in the Balistidae. We’re sure that other triggerfish hybrid are out there but there’s definitely one or two orders of magnitude more…