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i write a monthly column on marine aquarium fish for an online magazine. each month i choose a particular genus, and explain the proper methods for long-term maintenance of these fish. you can check out my most current column on fairy wrasses right here if you'd like to get an idea of my work.
in an upcoming column i plan to feature dwarf angels, genus centropyge. thus, i'm searching for photos of them. if you have a good photo of any dwarf angel, and would like to see it published in my column (with you recieving the photo credits obviously), could you please post the photo here or email it to me here.
sorry, but due the the "hobbyist" nature of the magazine, there is no fee paid if we decide to use your photo.
although i'm interested in any photo you may have, in particular, i am still missing the following centropyge spp.