Pearlscale angelfish

The Pearlscale angelfish lives in the reef-associated, non-migratory, marine, depth range 3 - 25 m environment.

Looking like a Pearlscale Angelfish it will have a body that is light towards the front, getting very dark on the back third and on the fins, with grayish spotting. There are some possible explanations given for this mimicry. More

Pearlscale Angelfish at 'Andy's Post Card', Great Barrier Reef, Queensland. More

The Pearlscale Angelfish is a tropical species that is brown to grey-green anteriorly and black posteriorly. The species occurs throughout the Indo-West Pacific. More

The pearlscale angelfish that are available are veiltail and standard golds-." He sent me photographs of these angelfish, which look like pearly angelfish that I have. More

Breeder Albino Pearlscale Angelfish Beautiful Angelfish Call For Pricing Blue Blusher Veil Angelfish Beautiful Angelfish Call For Pricing Albino Pearlscale Angelfish Beautiful Angelfish Call For Pricing Black Smokey Angelfish Beautiful Angelfish Call For Pricing Young Black Angelfish These young More

and raising of the albino pearlscale angelfish is a double challenge. Albino fry have poor vision and are considered more difficult to raise than fry of other varieties. More

Common names

Adlo in Waray-waray
Alibang-bang in Davawenyo
Alibangbang in Tagalog
Alibangbang in Visayan
Angel abu polos in English
Boray-boray in Tagalog
Boray-boray in Visayan
Helmiherttuakala in Finnish (suomen kieli)
Malaga in Ilokano
Namerayakko in Japanese (日本語)
Paro-paro in Tagalog
Pata in Cebuano
Pearl scalled angelfish in English
Pearl-scaled angelfish in English
Pearlscale angelfish in English
Pearly-scaled angelfish in English
珠点刺尻鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
珠點刺尻魚 in Mandarin Chinese
福氏刺尻魚 in Mandarin Chinese
福氏刺尻鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
黑尾新娘 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Pomacanthidae
Genus : Centropyge
Species : Centropyge vrolikii
Authority : Bleeker, 1853