Centropyge heraldi. This beautiful dwarf angelfish has an all yellow body and fins, and often is mistaken for that of the Lemonpeel Dwarf Angelfish. Its also an excellent browser of various kinds of algae and will also accept a wide variety of frozen foods including fortified brine shrimp, mysis, and flake food, especially Spirulina. Nevertheless, access to large amounts of ‘algae’ is important, as it is with the Lemonpeel, to maintaining this species in a healthful condition. Its highly recommended it be added to only well established aquariums containing lots of live rock that will provide it many caves and crevices to explore and/or hide in when feeling threatened. Its also recommended there be only one species from this dwarf angelfish genus in the aquarium, as they develop anger toward other dwarf angelfish species.