Angelfishes
family Pomacanthidae

Angelfishes are closely related to Butterflyfishes but are generally larger.

Angelfishes can easily be distinguished by the spine on the side of the face.

Apolemichthys trimaculatus, three-spot angelfish Centropyge bicolor, bicolour angelfish, blue and gold angelfish Centropyge bispinosus, two-spined angelfish
Centropyge vroliki, pearly-scaled angelfish Centropyge tibicen, keyhole angelfish Centropyge flavissimus X vroliki
Chaetodontoplus meredithi, yellow-finned angelfish, yellow-tail angelfish Pomacanthus imperator, emperor angelfish Pomacanthus semicirculatus, half-circled angelfish, blue angelfish    
Chaetodontoplus meredithi, yellow-finned angelfish, yellow-tail angelfish Pomacanthus imperator, emperor angelfish Pomacanthus semicirculatus, half-circled angelfish, blue angelfish    
Hawkfishes family Cirrhitidae

characterised by the tassles on the ends of their dorsal fin spines.

Cirrhitichthys aprinus, blotched hawkfish Cirrhitichthys falco, dwarf hawkfish, coral hawkfish, falcon hawkfis Cyprinocirrhites polyactis, lyre-tail hawkfish
Oxycirrhites typus, longnose hawkfish Paracirrhites arcatus, arc-eye hawkfish ring-eyed hawkfish Paracirrhites forsteri, black-sided hawkfish,  freckled hawkfish, Forster's hawkfish    
Barracuda
family sphyraenidae
Sphyraena jello, pickhandle barracuda,  giant seapike