:  The Angelfishes
Taxonomy: Perciformes, Angelfishes  (Pomacanthidae)
General Information: The angelishes are close relatives of the butterflyfishes, and were rather recently considered to be in the same family. Angelfishes rival the color spectrum of the butterflyfishes and possess spines in front of the operculum which their cousins do not.
Diet: Most species feed on invertebrates such as coral polyps and algae.
Final Note: It is recommended that there should be at least 10 gallons of water for every inch of adult angelfish. They are active swimmers and large specimens need large spaces to be comfortable in an aquarium. There are 6 common genera of angelfishes that are common in the saltwater hobby: Apolemichthyes, Centropyge (pygmy), Chaetodontoplus, Genicanthus (swallowtail), Holocanthus, Pomocanthus. Each genus has its peculiar habits, and should be researched before purchase and introduction to the home aquarium.

Examples at SeaScape Studio:
Annularis Angelfish (adult)
Annularis Angelfish (juvenile)
Bandit Angelfish
Bellus Angel
Bicolor Angelfish
Black Spot Angelfish
Black Velvet Angelfish
Blacktail Lemonpeel Angelfish
Blue Angelfish
Blueface Angelfish
Bluegirdled Angelfish
Blueline Angel
Blueline Angel - Juvenile
Cherub Pygmy Angelfish
Chrysurus Angelfish
Colini Angelfish
Coral Beauty
Eibli Angelfish
Emperor Angelfish
Fisher's Angelfish
Flagfin Angelfish
Flame Angelfish
Flameback Angel
Flameback Angel
French Angel
Golden Angelfish
Goldflake Angelfish
Gray Angelfish
Half Black Pygmy Angelfish
Herald's Angelfish
Keyhole Angelfish
Koran Angelfish
Lamarck Angelfish
Lemonpeel Angelfish
Midnight Angelfish
Multibarred Angelfish
Multicolor Angelfish
Pacific Pygmy Angelfish
Passer Angel
Potter's Angelfish
Pygmy Yellowfin Angelfish
Queen Angelfish
Queensland Yellowtail Angelfish
Regal Angelfish
Rock Beauty
Rusty Angelfish
Scribbled Angelfish
Singapore Angelfish
Six Bar Angelfish
Venusta Angelfish
Watanabei Angel
Xanthurus Angelfish