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The masked spinefoot, also called a decorated rabbitfish or masked rabbitfish, lives in shallow coral rich lagoons, and seaward reefs of the Indo-West Pacific, at depths of 10 to 100 feet. The body of the masked spinefoot is a yellow-orange that gradients into a pale blue or white belly. It also has vertical blue lines toward the head and horizontal lines near the tail. A black stripe...
Image Credit: Dr. Wayne Meadows (NOAA)/Wikipedia The foxface rabbitfish is found in coral rich lagoons, and reefs in the coastal water of the Western Pacific. Around the western Philippines, Indonesia, New Guinea, the Great Barrier Reef, New Caledonia, Caroline Islands, and the Marshall Islands. It has also been sighted around Vanuatu, Nauru, Kiribati, and recently Tonga. Adults usually...
The streaked spinefoot is native to the Indo-Pacific, living around coral reefs in shallow brackish (salty) waters. The range of this species is widely dispersed throughout the region with most of the population occupying the coastal waters from northern Australia to southern Japan, and from eastern Africa to New Guinea. The streaked spinefoot is bronze in color, clear pectoral fins, with a...
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