Armitage angelfish

The Armitage angelfish lives in the reef-associated, marine environment.

The Armitage Angelfish is believed to be a hybrid of A. trimaculatus and A. xanthurus for its intermediary position between the two. Most notably the nape, precaudal haemal spines, and color. A. armitagei was originally recognized as a distinct species by Heemstra (1984). More

Common names

Armitage angelfish in English
Poisson-ange fumé hybride in French (français)

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Pomacanthidae
Genus : Apolemichthys
Species : Apolemichthys armitagei
Authority : Smith, 1955