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Naso lituratus, the Naso Tang to most aquarists; it is also known as the tricolor or lipstick tang. There are some who claim that "blonde" and "streamer" versions are different species; they're all Naso lituratus, with males growing longer streaming caudal filaments. To some twenty inches long (w/o the tail!) in the wild. A beautiful "streamer" (male) getting cleaned by a Cleaner Wrasse in Hawaii. 

 

Naso lituratus, the Naso Tang to most aquarists; it is also known as the tricolor or lipstick tang. There are some who claim that "blonde" and "streamer" versions are different species; they're all Naso lituratus, with males growing longer streaming caudal filaments. To some twenty inches long (w/o the tail!) in the wild. A profile of an adult in the Red Sea.
 
Naso unicornis (Forsskal 1775), the Bluespine, Large or Bignose Unicornfish, is a deep-bodied species that develops a prominent rostral horn starting at about five inches length. The body is light olive to gray with yellowish highlights on the abdomen; to more than two feet. A juvenile shown in Hawai'i. 
 

 

Naso unicornis (Forsskal 1775), the Bluespine, Large or Bignose Unicornfish, is a deep-bodied species that develops a prominent rostral horn starting at about five inches length. The body is light olive to gray with yellowish highlights on the abdomen; to more than two feet. Adult shown in Fiji. 
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