Emperor Angelfish Reef

Emperor Angelfish Reef

July 23, 2014 – 04:50 pm

© Debbie and Stan Hauter The Swallowtail Angelfish is truly a reef safe fish, and is number one at the top of our list. This angel is naturally a planktivore, and often browses on diatom...

Emperor Angelfish information

Emperor Angelfish information

July 24, 2014 – 05:10 pm

The Emperor Angelfish is a saltwater fish that comes from the Indo-Pacific in the wild. It is a gorgeous fish that is also know as the Imperator! In the aquarium industry they can be very...

Emperor Angelfish Fun Facts

Emperor Angelfish Fun Facts

July 26, 2014 – 05:37 pm

Photo by G. Spiby Fast facts Live in pairs or on their own on coral reefs at depths to 70m As with other species of angelfish, adult and juvenile emperor angels look very different from...

Where does the Emperor Angelfish live?

Where does the Emperor Angelfish live?

July 30, 2014 – 06:53 pm

Pomacanthus imperator Also known as the Imperator Angel, Imperial Angel The Emperor Angel fish is one of the most stunning fish in the ocean. Its color, graceful shape and presence causes...

Swarovski Crystal Emperor Angelfish

Swarovski Crystal Emperor Angelfish

July 31, 2014 – 06:56 pm

This exceptional decoration piece presents an outstanding combination of vibrant crystal colors. With a Jonquil crystal body and Metallic Blue stripes, the Emperor Angelfish appears to float...

Emperor Angelfish info

Emperor Angelfish info

August 7, 2014 – 08:11 pm

The Emperor Angelfish is also known in some parts of the world as the Imperator or Imperial Angelfish and is one of the more expensive marine fish to purchase. Because of the price of the...

Emperor angelfish Biology

Emperor angelfish Biology

August 11, 2014 – 08:45 pm

The findings give weight to the growing phenomenon of citizen science, which sees data crowd-sourced from an army of avid twitchers, divers, walkers and other wildlife enthusiasts. The field...

Emperor angelfish endless Ocean Blue World

Emperor angelfish endless Ocean Blue World

August 13, 2014 – 09:09 pm

Curiously, Bali does not enjoy a good reputation for diving. We are certain that until recently the number of divers who visited did not combine several diving sites and predominately came...

Emperor Angelfish interesting Facts

Emperor Angelfish interesting Facts

August 16, 2014 – 09:43 pm

Are found in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans, so if you’ve done any warm-water diving, there’s a good chance you’ve dove with one of these popular fish. Did you know there are also...

Emperor Angelfish cloudy eye

Emperor Angelfish cloudy eye

August 20, 2014 – 10:35 pm

East Indonesian culture newly discovered! The archipelago of Alor includes 6 islands with Pantar and Alor being the biggies. There are more than 60 impressive and mostly untouched dive sites...

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Emperor Angelfish

Emperor Angelfish cloudy eye

Emperor Angelfish cloudy eye

East Indonesian culture newly discovered! The archipelago of Alor includes 6 islands with Pantar and Alor being the biggies. There are more than 60 impressive and mostly untouched dive sites around Alor. Most of these lie in the nutrient-rich Pantar Straits between Alor and Pantar. During your dives along this exciting new route you can expect to see incredible underwater biodiversity. marlin and sailfish. Further, the many protected pristine reefs provide…


Blue Angelfish

Blue Angelfish Pictures

Blue Angelfish Pictures

We’ve kicked October off with a huge bang, or more like nine of them to be more specific. Earlier in the week, Koji Wada revealed through a teaser image on Facebook, that nine peppermint angelfish ( Paracentropyge boylei ) were recently brought into his store, Blue Harbor in Japan. His teaser images showed all of the fish being acclimated while still in their individual shipping containers, so it obviously did not show them at their best. After letting the…


Blue Angelfish

Blue Girdled Angelfish Care

Blue Girdled Angelfish Care

Juveniles are the standard blue, black and white. But their real colors will begin exhibiting themselves the moment they achieve a length of about three inches. From then, their adult colors will start to emerge. Adults are exceedingly striking with a main yellow or orange on its middle tail and body. Also there on this patch are numerous blue dots that are wrapped up in a girdle of sorts. Hence, their nickname, the blue girdled angelfish. Despite the fact…


French Angelfish

French angelfish human Impact

French angelfish human Impact

Caribbean coral reefs – which make up one of the world s most colourful, vivid and productive ecosystems – are on the verge of collapse, with less than 10% of the reef area showing live coral cover. With so little growth left, the reefs are in danger of utter devastation unless urgent action is taken, conservationists warned. They said the drastic loss was the result of severe environmental problems, including over-exploitation, pollution from agricultural…


Emperor Angelfish

Emperor Angelfish interesting Facts

Emperor Angelfish interesting Facts

Are found in the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific oceans, so if you’ve done any warm-water diving, there’s a good chance you’ve dove with one of these popular fish. Did you know there are also ? It’s said angelfish got their name because of their shape – their fins appearing like angel wings and when turned head-down, have a silhouette of an angel. Additionally, some species have shimmering scales that reflect the light beautifully when observed on a dive. They…


French Angelfish

French angelfish Reproduction

French angelfish Reproduction

Adult intermediate The French angelfish , Pomacanthus paru, is a large angelfish of the family Pomacanthidae, found in the western Atlantic from Florida and the Bahamas to Brazil, and also the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean, including the Antilles, and the eastern Atlantic from around Ascension Island and St. Paul’s Rocks, at depths of between 2 and 100 m. Length is up to 41 cm. The French angelfish is common in shallow reefs, usually in pairs, often near…


French Angelfish

Information About French Angelfish

Information About French Angelfish

Tropical Marine Fish Picture - French Angelfish Information - The French Angelfish is more correctly known as Pomacanthus paru Marine Fish Picture - French Angelfish Picture Location of this colorful French Angelfish Tropical Marine Fish picture is UK Additional information about the French Angelfish picture: The French Angelfish is native to the tropical & sub-tropical coastal waters of the Western and Eastern Atlantic This picture of a French Angelfish…


Emperor Angelfish

Emperor angelfish endless Ocean Blue World

Emperor angelfish endless Ocean Blue World

Curiously, Bali does not enjoy a good reputation for diving. We are certain that until recently the number of divers who visited did not combine several diving sites and predominately came for other reasons. Only several sites were, and still are, being dived close to the hotel precincts. The Abyss Safari Itinerary chooses the best sites at the north of the island during the 4 stages. This in turn will help enhance the image of Bali in it?s classification as…


French Angelfish

French angelfish Feeding

French angelfish Feeding

For unknown reasons French Angelfish (Pomacanthus paru) don’t like our dive spots to much, you can see them occasionally, but not on every dive site. French Angelfish like shallow coral reefs usually less the 15 feet (4.5 m) deep with natural shelters protecting them from nocturnal predators. They are living in pairs and are very territorial. Their reproduction spawning is usually in early mornings from April through September. French Angelfish can eventually…


Emperor Angelfish

Emperor angelfish Biology

Emperor angelfish Biology

The findings give weight to the growing phenomenon of citizen science, which sees data crowd-sourced from an army of avid twitchers, divers, walkers and other wildlife enthusiasts. The field study compared methods used by ‘citizen’ SCUBA divers with those used by professional scientists, to measure the variety of fish species in three Caribbean sites. The divers surveyed the sites using two methods – the ‘belt transect’, used in peer reviewed fish diversity…