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awesomely colored fish is named the clown triggerfish. It is a
triggerfish which is reef-associated fish is commonly found in the
tropical Indo-Pacific and Red Sea coastal waters from 1-75 m in depth
(3-250 ft). This fish is generally uncommon or rare throughout its
range, which includes East Africa to South Africa
, through to Indonesia
, and all the way to Japan
and New Caledonia. It also resides in the Great Barrier Reef.
2. Longhorn Cowfish (Lactoria cornuta)
This brightly colored and odd-looking fish called the longhorn cowfish is a variety of boxfish from the Ostraciidi family. It is recognizable by its long horns that protrude from the front of its head, rather like those of a cow or bull. They are a resident of the Indo-Pacific region and are usually around 10cm (4 in) long.
3. Red Betta Fish (Betta splendens)
The Betta fish commonly called “Siamese fighting fish” is one of the most popular species of freshwater aquarium fish. It is native to the Mekong River basin in Southeast Asia and called pla-kad or pla-kat (“Biting Fish”) in its native.
4. Blue and Red Veiltai
5. Bluefaced Angelfish (Pomacanthus xanthometopon)
6. Flame Angelfish (Centropyge loricula)
Flame Angelfish is a flashy addition to many aquariums. It is one of
the most popular of the dwarf angelfish. The Flame Angelfish is a bold
red/orange color with vertical black stripes highlighting the body and
horizontal black stripes along the caudal portions of the blue-tipped
dorsal and anal fins
7. Passer Angelfish (Holocanthus passer)
to the large size and bright colors of Passer Angelfish, it is a
popular aquarium fish, despite the fact that it can be difficult to
keep. It is a large marine angelfish of the family Pomacanthidae,
sometimes referred to as the King Angelfish.
8. Peppermint Angelfish (Paracentropyge boylei)
brightly colored fish is found in ledges, caves, and rubble areas of
steep seaward reefs. It is never or rarely exported through the aquarium
trade. They are mostly found in the tropical Atlantic, Indian, and
(mainly western) Pacific.
enustus Pygmy Angelfish (Paracentropyge venustus)
highly prized angelfish. It can be difficult to keep and is usually
quite finicky with feeding. A cave dweller in nature, it should be
provided with caves and overhangs, and should be housed with no remotely
aggressive fishes if you plan to keep it as a pet.
Black & White Bandit Angelfish (Holacanthus arculatus)
simple but elegant-looking fish known as Black & White Bandit
Angelfish is also called the Banded Bandit Angelfish or simply Bandit
Angelfish. This fish is endemic to Hawaii. This species is heavily
collected for aquariums. It has a very distinctive appearance because of
the texture of the scales in the white area of the body
11. Emperor Angelfish (Pomacanthus imperator)
This majestic-looking fish called the emperor angelfish is a species of marine angelfish. It is another reef-associated fish, endemic to the Indian and Pacific Oceans, from the Red Sea to Hawaii and the Austral islands.
Juveniles are dark blue with electric blue and white rings; adults have yellow and blue stripes, with black around the eyes. It takes about four years for an emperor angelfish to acquire its adult coloring. They grow to 40 cm in length. Juvenile to adult transition may not fully occur in an aquarium.
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