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Anamses scopas (Cuvier 1829), the Broom Filefish. Indo-Pacific including the Red Sea, where this picture was made. To eight inches overall length. A bit shy, even for the family.
 


Cantherhines macrocerus (Hollard 1854), the Orange Filefish in the pet trade is called the American Whitespotted Filefish in the sciences... unfortunately, in part because it occurs on both coasts of the tropical Atlantic. One of the more common Filefish offerings in the world of aquariums. To twenty-six inches in length. A younger one in Bonaire.



Cantheschenia grandisquamis Hutchins 1977, the Large-Scaled Leatherjacket. Western Pacific; Australia. To ten inches. A beauty for sure. Here off  of Heron Island, Queensland, Australia.  
 


Chaetodermis pencilligera (Cuvier 1816), the Prickly Leatherjacket. Indo-West Pacific. To twelve inches in length. A four inch specimen in an aquarium display
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