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Genetically engineered angelfish (Pterophyllum) glow in a tank at the 2012 Taiwan international aquarium expo. The fish are the world's first pink fluorescent angelfish and can view without black light.

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Klunzinger’s Wrasse - Thalassoma Rueppellii - Red Sea if the colors on the fish go to together then they will go in a color scheme cool lookin fish

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Pink and Yellow? Proof there is a god, and he likes Armani, and occasionally Versace.

Bat Fish -Sealife, 2 | Dusky's Wonders..fb

Bat Fish - Kind of fragile when they are young. Harder to keep than other bat fish until they get older.

Ribbon Eel.  Never seen an Eel so colorful before?!

Rhinomuraena quaesita ~ The ribbon eel, also known as the leaf-nosed moray eel or bernis eel, is a species of moray eel, the only member of the genus Rhinomuraena.

Mandarin fish - beautiful colors for a painted rock fishy

The Mandarinfish or Mandarin Dragonet _ is probably the most colorful aquarium fish in the world. It is scientifically named Synchiropus splendidus. _ Amazing Animals: The World’s Most Colorful Aquatic Animals


"Dancing Pose" - what an amazing shade of blue! This royal blue is my absolute favorite color. Can you imagine going through life being this color?

mandarinfish: mooi om een keer te schilderen

I want this fish! The Mandarin Fish or mandarin dragonet (Synchiropus splendidus), is a small, brightly-colored member of the dragonet family.

Clown Trigger Fish, looks like a fabric pattern for a dress

Clown Trigger Fish: The clown triggerfish is widely distributed throughout the tropical and subtropical waters of the Indian Ocean until the western Pacific Ocean. It is most commonly found along external reef slopes with clear water until 75 m depth.

Paraplesiops bleekeri, commonly known as the eastern blue devil, blue-tipped long-fin or Bleeker's blue devil fish,

underthevastblueseas: Eastern Blue Devil - Paraplesiops bleekeri // via