Well, it took about 3 months, but a fish that someone traded to me for some frags has finally turned the corner. This is a golden angel, Centropyge aurantius. I obtained it from someone who it was sent to by accident and did not have space to hold it. It's been in my 125 gallon frag tank for the last 3 months. Within the last two weeks it has started to take prepared foods with gusto, thus far it's taken, scallops, clams, and mysis shrimp. It's also not nearly as timid as it was initially, it now comes right up to check you out. When I originally aquired the fish I was hoping it would be small enough so that it had not morphed sex and could possibly be mated with the golden that I already had (had this one about 18 months [thanks again to Karl for picking it up at a shop out in western mass]), but it turns out it was too big from the start, as it was almost full grown.
Anyhow, it's a very cute little fish and seems to be a reasonably reef-safe fish (no promises, but the experience I have with the two golden angels suggests that they peck here and there, but do no real damage).
Please respond by email if you want the fish. These fish typically go for >$100 from an average shop, and the chance of one eating like this one is VERY low for one you might pick up at a shop.
No, I have no pics of it, but they all look about the same, in my experience.
Here's a typical pic:
They are going for $149 plus shipping at Marine Center (the Cada llic of fish stores)
Again, please respond only by email to corals at greg hiller dot com.