The Sangi Cardinalfish (Apogon sangiensis) is a tropical fish species that is a member of the ‘Cardinalfishes’ family Apogonidae. This species can be found in the Indo-Pacific region and its distribution extends from East Africa to Vanuatu, north to the Ryukyu Islands and south to the tropical waters of Indonesia. The body is bronze in colour and there is generally a black band extending horizontally through the eye. It is often found in small schools amongst rocks or corals of shallow sheltered lagoons and it is often found in amongst seagrass meadows. The Sangi Cardinalfish (Apogon sangiensis) grows to a maximum length of approximately 9cm.