|Minimum Tank Size:||125g|
|Max Size:||7 in|
Chaetodontoplus mesoleucus. This beautiful, hardy and commonly distributed in the trade angelfish, which is often mistakenly thought to be a Butterflyfish, has blue lips, yellow face, with a black vertical ban running through the eye. Its two tone body begins with a somewhat ashen patch behind the head that fades into a larger black area, which is accented with a yellow speckled patterning throughout, and has a yellow tail. Its dorsal and anal fins are edged in bright blue. The odd patterning of the wavy or winding lines on the body has resulted in the species usually being referred to as the Vermiculated Angelfish.