A blurry, decade-old video of a rare angelfish variant resurfaces, and questions are raised anew. Is this a new species awaiting recognition, or something else?
Another Dwarf Angelfish has been claimed as captive-bred by marine ornamental aquaculture powerhouse Bali Aquarich.
A pictorial glimpse inside the newest printed edition of CORAL Magazine. May/June 2015 – Jellyfishes and more
A pictorial sneak peek at the newest printed edition of CORAL Magazine. March/April 2015 – Dwarf Angelfishes and more
Gracing the cover is a quintessentially curious dwarf angelfish, in this case a naturally occurring hybrid known as the “Tigerpyge” (Centropyge eibli x C. flavissima) a fish photographed and kept by “Lemon”Tea Yi Kai. Background: Mycedium elephantosus, Werner Fiedler