National Geographic : 1921 Jan
FOUR RESPLENDENT TYPES OF ANGEL-FISH The Blue Angel-Fish (Angelichthys isabrlita), shown at the lower left, feeds chiefly on crustaceans, and lives among the coral reefs of the Florida Keys and the Bermudas. The Black Angel-Fish (Pomacanthus arcuatus), shown at the upper right, is found from New Jersey, through the waters of the West Indies and as far south as Bahia, Brazil. It is one of the most beautiful of reef dwellers. The French Angel-Fish (Pomacanthus paru), shown at the lower right, is found from Florida to Bahia, and reaches a foot or more in length, but is not considered a good food fish. The Rock Beauty (Holacanthus tricolor), upper figure, is rarely found in Florida waters, but swims as far south as Bahia. It lives in the deeper parts of coral reefs, and is most difficult to tran. THE SPADE FISH IS ALSO KNOWN AS THE WHITE ANGEL (Chaetodipterusfaber) This excellent food fish, which attains a length of from two to three feet, is caught by hook from Cape Cod to Rio de Janeiro. It is especially abundant on our South Atlantic Coast.