Though I think it is not even all salt water angels. Possibly just one or a few of the varieties of that species. Just thought it was apropos to the conversation is all.
I was just clarifying it because there are different types of fish referred to as Angelfish. It confuses people. There are multiple types of fish that are known to change gender. It's somewhat related to the topic, but gender isn't the same thing as sexual attraction.
Got it and that's a good
explanation (sorry, couldn't resist). I just brought it up because his mention of angelfish reminded me of that angelfish story which I was able to quickly google/copy/paste.
But let me see if I understand what you're saying about gender and sexual attraction: the angelfish that changed sex was originally a lesbian anyway? Just kidding--yet sort of interesting because wouldn't the preop dominant female have been a breeder yet now attracted to females to breed? So the change might be gender as well as attraction.
It would be interesting to see if there's a change in the wiring of an angelfish's brain, regarding attraction, when it physically changes gender.
Either way, always remember the angelfish represents the T of LGBT.