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Chaetodontoplus meredithi Kuiter 1989, Queensland Yellow-Tail Angelfish (2). Very similar to the Personifer (C. personifer), but with a much brighter yellow tail. From the east coast of Australia. To ten inches in length. Queensland, Australia

Chaetodontoplus meredithi Kuiter 1989, Queensland Yellow-Tail Angelfish (2). Very similar to the Personifer (C. personifer), but with a much brighter yellow tail. From the east coast of Australia. To ten inches in length. Queensland, Australia. Here eating a jelly in mid-water.
 
Chaetodontoplus mesoleucus (Bloch 1787), the Vermiculated Angelfish, better known in the west as the Singapore Angel (2), the most commonly imported member of the genus, and at six inches maximum, one of the better choices. Western Pacific. Yes, it looks more like a Butterflyfish than an Angel. Aquarium  
 
Genicanthus bellus Randall 1975, the Ornate Angelfish (3). Lives in small groups, plankton-feeding up off the bottom. To six inches in the wild. Western Pacific and Cocos Keeling in the eastern Indian Ocean. Aq. pic of a male.  
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