Double Black Fin Angelfish Linked to Centropyge bicolor

The Centropyge pygmy angelfish make up the largest genus of marine angelfishes and their diversity and abundance has led to many different variants being discovered by the aquarium hobby. Among these oddball pygmies there exists a whole spectrum of poorly studied…

Some People Just LOVE Tailless Pygmy Angelfish

There is something so cute and even a little bit endearing about a saltwater reef fish which has an obvious physical deformity, but acts just like a normal fish. We’ve all seen them, the one-eyed fish, the clownfish swimming in…

Black tailed Centropyge heraldi is just another one of numerous confusing variations

Centropyge heraldi is an unassuming yellow dwarf angelfish with a huge can of worms just waiting to be opened. When you do, you’ll probably want to break down and cry in confusion. Apart from the standard yellow dwarf angelfish, C.…

A trio of interesting yellow angelfish have been collected in the Philippines

Unique angelfish are one of our favorite topics to write on and today we’re lucky enough to bring to your attention three unique Centropyge pygmy angelfish.  While sometimes it seems like we’ve seen it all, collections in the Philippines by RVS Fishworld continue to…

The vitiligo angelfish, and Centropyge colouration

The dwarf angelfishes of the Genera Centropyge and Paracentropyge are amongst our favorite reef fishes, in part for their fabulous array of colour morphs and hybrids. We’ve always been fascinated by the variety of these aberrant individuals, and seem to…

Double black fin Centropyge heraldi looks quite different from C. woodheadi

A great new video from Sea Dwelling Creatures shows a killer comparison between a double black-fin Centropyge heraldi and the pygmy angelfish species formerly known as Centropyge woodheadi. Once believed to be a separate species, Centropyge woodheadi with its black tipped…

Male yellow pygmy angelfish from Cebu exhibits a handsome splash of black

For some reason anytime we see a picture of a ‘blackened’ yellow angelfish it is always the fuzziest, out of focus or mediocre looking specimen but new pics from Jimmy Ma are a complete exception. This large showy male Centropyge…