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Ctenochaetus binotatus Randall 1955, the Blue-Eye or Two-Spot Bristletooth for the two dark areas at the rear of the dorsal and anal fin bases. Sometimes brought in from the Philippines. Below: A juvenile in Fr. Polynesia (Tuamotus).
 


Ctenochaetus flavicauda Fowler 1938. Central West Pacific; Line and Cook Islands, Parts of Polynesia. To about five inches in length. Peduncle and caudal fin abruptly white. French Polynesia.



Ctenochaetus flavicauda Fowler 1938. Central West Pacific; Line and Cook Islands, Parts of Polynesia. To about five inches in length. Peduncle and caudal fin abruptly white. This adult photographed in the Cooks.
 


Ctenochaetus marginatus (Valenciennes 1835). This Pan-Pacific (Marshalls to tropical Eastern Pacific coast) fish bears a strong resemblance to C. striatus, but may be told apart by its redder color and more square caudal fin profile. C. cyanoguttatus is a junior synonym for this species. Not commonly collected, imported. Pic from Nuka Hiva, Marquesas, Polynesia. 
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