. Looks like a group of squirrel fish. Do you agree?
PYGMY ANGELFISH - The Coral Beauty Angel, Centropyge bispinosa: Also called the Two-spined angel, this species can be found throughout the West Pacific and Indian Ocean and can reach a maximum size of about 4”. They’re typically as hardy and easy to care for as they come, and I haven’t had any troubles keeping them in reef aquariums, either. Still, I have heard of instances of them nipping at tridacnids and some corals. by James Fatherree