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Naso elegans the Indian Ocean (and Red Sea) Orange-spined Unicornfish. To 45 cm.; similar to N. lituratus but found in I.O. and RS. Also similar feeding (on macroalgae). This youngish one w/ an apparent gill cover defect. Mauritius 2016.

 

 

Centropyge bispinosa (Gunther 1860), Two-Spined, Dusky or Coral Beauty Angel (2). Usually hardy from everywhere but the Philippines. Found widespread throughout the Indo-Pacific to central Pacific.  Mauritius pic 2016. 
 


Centropyge bispinosa (Gunther 1860), Two-Spined, Dusky or Coral Beauty Angel (2). Usually hardy from everywhere but the Philippines. Found widespread throughout the Indo-Pacific to central Pacific. A juv. Mauritius pic 2016. 
 


Centropyge acanthops (Norman 1922), even more orange than the sympatric Centropyge argi and Centropyge aurantonotus, the African Pygmy Angel (1) can be easily discerned as the only one of the three with a light colored, yellow-transparent caudal fin. Coastal eastern Africa up to the coast of Oman.  Mauritius pic 2016. 
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