Pomacanthus maculosus. Both the juvenile and adult are quite pretty and extremely hardy, with the juvenile having a blackish body and head with several light blue and white vertical bands. The tail is clear on very young specimens, but turns yellow as it grows into adulthood. As for the adult, its body has a frontal lavender coloration, with the rear portion a dark blue, and is separated from each other with a large bright yellow crescent shaped vertical band. Its dorsal and anal fins often have long streamers. Often called the Map Angelfish because the yellow band resembles the shape of the African continent.