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Pomacanthus paru (Bloch 1787), the French Angelfish (1). Another standard in the aquarium trade. Beautiful and hardy, and large (to fifteen inches in length and a foot tall). Tropical west Atlantic from the Bahamas to Brazil. A medium sized individual (about 5" overall) in Bonaire 2019.



Holocentrus rufus (Walbaum 1792), Longspine Squirrelfish. Another steady catch for the pet-fish trade out of the tropical West Atlantic, at a much more manageable maximum length of fourteen inches (in the wild). Note white tips of hard dorsal fin spine membranes. A juv. out at night Bonaire 2019.



Neoniphon marianus (Cuvier 1829), the Longjaw Squirrelfish. Tropical West Atlantic. To seven inches in length. Distinctive yellow body lines.  Bonaire 2019.
 


Paranthias furcifer (Valenciennes 1828), the Creolefish. Eastern and western coasts of the Atlantic. To fourteen inches in length. Zooplankton feeder much as its namesake group (Anthiines). A small one in Bonaire 2019.
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