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angelfish

see pterophyllum, squatina squatina and Table 23.
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Angelfish are but one of more than 600 species in the family of cichlids that inhabit the rivers of South and Central America.
To rule out possible confounding effects arising from sexual interactions, the researchers only used juvenile angelfish for their experiments.
Diane read about the ideal water conditions for raising healthy angelfish from egg to fry (young fish).
Ocean specialists have spotted larvae of butterfly fish, angelfish, and other tropical sea life floating in coastal waters as far north as Woods Hole, Mass.
The specimen of the new angelfish was obtained with the aid of mixed gas, re-breather scuba equipment allowing dives to working depths of approximately 150 m.
Four years ago, Marshall published an analysis of showy (to human eyes) blue-and-yellow patterns on the angelfish P.
Iridescent blue angelfish the size of dinner plates dart past lumbering midnight-blue-and-white-polka-dotted beauties amid the rocky coral.
There's almost nothing left of the wreck, but the coral reef is famous for its spectacular pattern of finger channels supporting teeming quantities of angelfish, parrotfish, tarpon, snapper and eels--the best diving this side of Pennekamp.
For fish and invertebrates, the daily quota is 20 specimens (including no more than 5 angelfish and 6 colonies of octocorals) and no more than 1 gallon of plants (FAC Online(5)).
I ain't your child didn't ask to be here, in this cruel airless container--swimming around this tank like an angelfish in a sea of guppies and I am mad.
There are rainbow angelfish, pastel parrotfish, lapis-blue damselfish, silvery jacks, yellow porgies and translucent needlefish.
In the Virgin Islands, snorkelers may see spectacular creatures, such as porcupine fish, rays, and angelfish along with many types of coral, such as brain, fan, and staghorn.