Bi-coloured Foxface Siganus uspi

Bi-coloured Foxface
Bi-coloured Foxface
Bi-coloured Foxface
The Bi-coloured Foxface is a rabbitfish native to reefs around Fiji in the Pacific. Foxface relates to the shape of its face and the rabbitfish genus to its small mouth and nibbling habit (above right seems to have buck teeth).
Bi-coloured Foxface
Bi-coloured Foxface
Bi-coloured Foxface
Above left/centre is tricoloured. It can raise its venomous spines against predators and cause painful stings to humans. It can grow to 24cm long. Diet is algae and other seaweed.