Extremely small, these Female Masked Angelfish are some of the rarest in the world. Second only to the Peppermint angelfish. Of the genus Genicanthus they are one of the few angelfish that are considered completely reef safe. When these females get larger the hope would be that one would turn male to create a beautiful pair of a white and black female as pictured. Then a male of greyish blue and golden yellow coloration with streamers to match any angelfish in the ocean.