Masked angelfish

The Masked angelfish lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 23 - 174 m environment.

This photo of a Masked Angelfish (Genicanthus personatus) in its juvenile phase photo was taken by Keoki and Yuko Stender while diving Angel Ledge, Midway at 80 feet. More

Masked Angelfish (Transition into Male) - From Stan & Debbie Hauter, About. More

The Purple Masked Angelfish is a very rare fish to come by. Unfortunately, it's also very difficult to keep. It is not very sensitive to new water conditions but it is very difficult to keep. Mine very rarely ate food I offered. More

the endemic Hawaiian Masked Angelfish, Genicanthus personatus, on Oceanic Institute's success in spawning the Flame Angelfish, Centropyge loriculus as well as Dr. Malia Chow's rearing of Fisher's Angelfish, Centropyge fisheri at the Hawai'i Institute of Marine Biology. More

Masked Angelfish in relatively shallow water. Occasionally subject to strong currents. Fifteen minutes from the harbor. More

masked Angelfish, the Blueface Angel fish is in the midst or has just completed or has just started its complete color and pattern transformation from the Juvenile to adult stage and may exhibit characteristics of each stage at the time of delivery. More

This Genicanthus personatus, also known as the Masked Angelfish was recently collected by owner Rufus Kimura. All photos are property of Welcome to Kaiohi Tropical Fish. We are the one stop source for healthy marine life. More

The black-and-white theme of the masked angelfish was echoed by two other Hawaiian endemics, the bandit angelfish (Desmoholacanthus arcuatus) and females of the large wrasse (Coris flavovittata). More

Common names

Masked angel in English
Masked angel fish in English
Masked angelfish in English
Maskeret kejserfisk in Danish (dansk)
楯月蝶魚 in Mandarin Chinese
楯月蝶魚 in Unknown
楯月蝶鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
楯月蝶鱼 in Unknown

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Order : Perciformes
Family : Pomacanthidae
Genus : Genicanthus
Species : Genicanthus personatus
Authority : Randall, 1975