Pomacanthus is one of many genera belonging to the family of marine angelfish (Pomacanthidae). He currently has about thirteen species. Seven species of Pomacanthus belonged to the genera Holacanthus and Chaetodon; P. annularis and pomacanthus Emperor (P. imperator) still meet under both former names — and Holacanthus, and Chaetodon.
In comparison with other fish the same size pomacanthus characterized by the elegant combination of beauty and grace. P. annularis is a beautiful example of a complex combination of spectacular colors, typical of pomacanthus. Copper-orange body is intersected almost diagonally glowing blue stripes, in the temporal region on each side by a blue ring. The caudal fin is white with copper-orange border, stretches back dorsal, pectoral and pelvic fins are a bright copper-orange on the ventral blue band. This is a classic of the sea a handsome man, and yet he lacks the personality to take a leading role in its kind, since many pomacanthus look just as good. Continue reading