Centropyge cocosensis & C. woodheadi, two ‘new’ species of pygmy angelfish

Centropyge cocosensis and C. woodheadi are two new names for¬†new species angelfish which aquarists have long recognized as distinct. There’s been much confusion and speculation on the true identity of both the Cocos Island Lemonpeel, affectionately called the Cocopeel Angelfish,…

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.…

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…