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Synonyms for angelfish

a butterfly fish of the genus Pomacanthus

deep-bodied disk-shaped food fish of warmer western Atlantic coastal waters

sharks with broad flat bodies and winglike pectoral fins but that swim the way sharks do

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The Masked Angelfish is a favorite amongst reef aquariums but it is rarely seen in the industry.
In the United States, online price lists of pet shops show that common species, like angelfish, are each sold for $30 to $50, or P1,620 to P2,700.
Angelfish and yboo are continuing talks with the aim of further increasing the equity holding and to provide a debt facility that will allow yboo to continue with accelerated product development and begin its UK and international roll-out campaign.
Tropical freshwater fish such as tetras, catfish and angelfish are also popular, along with giant African land snails, tortoises and stick insects.
Researchers analyzed the contents of 146 stomachs from three different fish species, Arabian angelfish, Dark damselfish, and Paletail damselfish.
The two wearables are reportedly codenamed Angelfish and Swordfish.
Rebecca has been on an apprenticeship at digital marketing company Angelfish for two months, and says she's enjoying the experience.
You can see fish like nemo and dory as well as turtles plus seahorses and angelfish in spectacular marine tanks.
There were angelfish galore, Emperor, Regal and Arabian and Orangespine Tang, Redtooth Triggerfish, jacks and tunas and fleeting glimpses of White-tip Reef Sharks.
Angelfish, turtles, seahorses, whales, whatever takes your fancy!
They began in Goodbye Mr Mackenzie before branching into Angelfish only for keyboardist and backing singer Shirley Manson to be enticed by the band that would become Garbage.
Angelfish Pterophyllum scalare (Lichtenstein) is a cichlid in great demand due to its beauty, reproductive capacity and adaptability to captivity; in consequence, the economic potential of the species is also high (CHAPMAN et al., 1997).
Rocker Shirley Manson flew into Scotland for a special charity gig with her old band Angelfish.