Common Name: Blueface Angelfish
Scientific Name: Pomacanthus xanthometopon
The Blueface Angelfish can be recognised by its distinctive colour pattern. It has a blue reticulated pattern over much of the head and a yellow 'mask' over the eyes. The breast, pectoral fin and caudal fin are yellow. There is a large black spot posteriorly on the dorsal fin. The scales are blue with yellow margins.
It has also been called the Yellow-faced Angelfish and Yellowmask Angelfish.
The species grows to about 38 cm in length.