Distribution: From Eastern Africa to Fiji, from Southern Japan to Western Australia. Easy to spot around Mahe Island, Seychelles.
As most of angelfish species, Pomacanthus semicirculatus go through dramatic aspect changes with growth, and the juveniles are colored very differently from the adults.
at Anse La Farine (Praslin) © gcampagnaro
at Club Med Seychelles (Mahé) © nst56
at Port Launay (Mahé) © nst56
at Nanatha Bay (Mozambique) © manceau
at Fairyland Beach (Mahé)
at Baie Lazare (Mahé)
at St Pierre Island (Praslin) © nicoleguillemin
at Naqalia Lodge (Fiji) © mluzvieira
at Anse Soleil (Mahé)
at St Anne Marine Park (Mahé) © tinoumer
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