The gray angelfish, grey angelfish or black angelfish (Pomacanthus arcuatus) is
a large angelfish of the family Pomacanthidae, found in the western Atlantic from
English language common names include angelfish, gray angelfish, and pot
cover. Other common names are cachama blanca (Spanish), chivirica gris ...
Find out what's known about Gray Angelfishes, Pomacanthus arcuatus,
Actinopterygii, Perciformes, Pomacanthidae, including their world range and
Interesting facts about the behavior and characteristics of the Gray Angelfish.
Includes Habitat, Scientific Name, Lifespan, Diet, Predators and Threats.
The adult Gray Black Angelfish, which may also be called the Gray Angelfish, has
a gray body with dusky blue polka-dots and the same dusky blue highlights on ...
English, –, Grey Angelfish, Angelfish, Pot Cover, Gray Angelfish. French, –,
Demoiselle blanche. Spanish, –, Cachama blanca, Chivirica gris, Gallineta café,
Pomacanthus arcuatus Gray 1831, the Gray Angelfish (1). A beauty as a juvenile
(shown). Tropical west Atlantic, Bahamas to Brazil. To a foot and a half in length ...
Pale gray around mouth, and pale gray margin on caudal fin. Inside of pectoral
fin yellow (Ref. 26938). Juveniles are black with two light yellow bars on body ...
Found in the Carribean and Tropical Atlantic waters the Grey Angel is a very
attractive species that is similar in appearance to the French Angel, except in that
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