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Arothron manilensis (de Proce 1822), the Narrow-Lined Puffer. Western Pacific. To a foot in length in the wild, about half that in captivity. One in PNG by Phil Sokol.
 


Arothron mappa (Lesson 1831), the Map Puffer. Indo-Pacific. To twenty-seven inches. This gentle giant is best supplied with plenty of rock cover to hide amongst (they're shy), and fed sparingly, but to fullness a couple of times a week. Bunaken, Manado, N. Sulawesi, Indo.  



Arothron meleagris (Lacepede 1798), the Guinea Fowl Puffer. This is a "standard" offering in the pet fish trade, in black and white, golden and mottled color morphs. Found throughout the tropical Indo-Pacific. A gold, xanthic one down in Nuka Hiva, Marquesas, Fr. Polynesia.  
 


Arothron meleagris (Lacepede 1798), the Guinea Fowl Puffer. This is a "standard" offering in the pet fish trade, in black and white, golden and mottled color morphs. Found throughout the tropical Indo-Pacific. A juvenile down in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
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