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Photo of the Week - Apolemichthys xanthopunctatus juvenile

The Goldflake Angel is one of the most beautiful we see here; both the juvenile and adult forms are stunning. In the wild they are found in fairly shallow water (less than 30 feet or so) and nearly always associated with reefs. As juveniles they are usually found alone or small groups, as adults they are more often solitary or in pairs. We have good luck feeding them a mix of GAMMA frozen foods.