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Acanthurus pyroferus Kittliz 1834, the Chocolate Surgeonfish. Indo-Pacific; Seychelles to the French Polynesia, down to the GBR. To ten inches in length. A successful mimic of three (four if you count C. vrolikii in Palau where C. flavissimus is absent and it mimics the other!) Centropyge Angels. Here as a mimic of Herald's Dwarf Angel. Aquarium image.

Acanthurus sohal (Forsskal 1775), the Red Sea Clown or Sohal Tang. My vote for best surgeonfish of the genus Acanthurus, though some individuals get quite aggressive with age and size. As long as they're "kingfish", problems are few.  Interzoo 08
 
Acanthurus sohal (Forsskal 1775), the Red Sea Clown or Sohal Tang. My vote for best surgeonfish of the genus Acanthurus, though some individuals get quite aggressive with age and size. As long as they're "kingfish", problems are few.  Red Sea
 
Acanthurus sohal (Forsskal 1775), the Red Sea Clown or Sohal Tang. My vote for best surgeonfish of the genus Acanthurus, though some individuals get quite aggressive with age and size. As long as they're "kingfish", problems are few.  Red Sea
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