| Anthias salmopunctatus, Pseudanthias regalis|
Anthias is a genus of colourful fishes in the subfamily Anthiadinae. Most species are found at deep reefs in the tropical and subtropical Atlantic, often well below depths reachable to a scuba diver. A single species, A. noeli, is found at deep reefs in the East Pacific.
They are red, pink, orange, or yellow, and the largest species reach 29 cm (11 in) in length. They typically occur in groups that feed on zooplankton.
Anthias (genus) Wikipedia
In the past, this genus included far more species, but these have now been moved to other genera, for example Callanthias, Odontanthias, and Pseudanthias. Based on FishBase, these species are currently included in Anthias:Anthias anthias (Linnaeus, 1758)
Anthias asperilinguisGünther, 1859
Anthias cyprinoides (Katayama & Amaoka, 1986)
Anthias filamentosus Cuvier & Valenciennes
Anthias helenensis Katayama & Amaoka, 1986
Anthias menezesi Anderson & Heemstra, 1980
Anthias nicholsi Firth, 1933
Anthias noeli Anderson & Baldwin, 2000
Anthias salmopunctatus Lubbock & Edwards, 1981
Anthias tenuis Nichols, 1920
Anthias woodsi Anderson & Heemstra, 1980