National Geographic : 1927 Jan
THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE BLACK ANGEL FISHES (Pomacanthus arcuatus) SWIMMING TOGETHER ON THE OPEN REEF Photographs by Dr. W . II . Longley TUFTED HEADS OF WORMS PROTRUDING FROM A SMALL CORAL The worms are variegated, the coral often brilliant yellow, and the sea where this kind of life is found is gay with color. Long-spined sea urchins abound in the crevices of the reef rock, as well as in the open spaces.