Six Bar Angelfish is alternately referred to as the Sixbanded Angelfish or Six Striped Angelfish. As an adult, the primarily pale-tan body has five nearly evenly-spaced dark brown stripes. The sixth stripe is white and just behind the eye. Dark blue polka-dots cover the entire body, while vibrant sapphire-blue dots cover the caudal fin and back portion of the anal fin.The Six Bar Angelfish is known by divers and aquarists to grunt in warning when approached.

  • Scientific Name: Pomacanthus sexstriatus
  • Family: Pomacanthidae 
  • Origin:Coral Sea, Fiji, Indonesia
  • Approximate Size :2 to 3 inches