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Potter’s Angelfish

Potter’s angelfish have a unique pattern, with a deep orange on its front and dorsal region, which shades to a grayish-blueish side. Its posterior has vertical lines of blue and black. Potter’s angelfish are endemic to Hawaii and are the most common angelfish seen in the Hawaiian Islands. Reaching only 5 inches in length, this species does well in aquarium environments.

 

*Due to the constant rotation of animals back to the ocean, we cannot guarantee the presence of any specific animal.

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Snorkelers usually catch glimpses of Potter’s angelfish in clear waters of at least 15 feet feeding on algae.

Scientific Name: Centropyge potteri
Where to Find: Deep Reef*

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