Golden Nebula Angelfish - Griffisi backcross hybrid
The Golden Nebula Angelfish hybrid is so unique, it takes a while to explain its parentage - Apolemichthys griffisi x (A. xanthopunctatus x A. griffisi) - It's a Griffis Backcross Hybrid Angelfish, and it has the best traits from each of its parent species. One parent is a Griffisi Angelfish, and the other parent is a Goldflake-Griffisi Hybrid Angelfish.
Only one batch of the Golden Nebula Angelfish will be produced, so availability of this fish is extremely limited. Every individual has different black spotting and patterning with the same bright yellow background. There are not many of these in the entire world so these truly are an incredibly rare fish. The three parent species are some of the "more reef safe" fish in the industry, but use caution when keeping them in a reef tank, and keep them well-fed.