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A species regularly offered is the Ambon Sharpnose Canthigaster amboinensis (Bleeker 1865). I also like the science of ichthyology's name for this species, "Spider-Eye Puffer" for obvious reasons. Tropical eastern Pacific and Indo-Pacific. To six inches long in the wild. Here's one in Kona, Hawai'i. 2019.


Canthigaster jactator (Jenkins 1901), Hawaiian Sharpnose Puffer. Hawaiian endemic. To three inches in length. A pair here off Kona, HI 2019.  

Xanthichthys caeruleolineatus Randall, Matsuura & Zama 1978, the Blue-Line Triggerfish. Indo-west Pacific. To thirteen inches. Kona, HI 2019.  


Sickle, Lei or my favorite, Boomerang Triggerfish, Sufflamen bursa (Bloch & Schneider 1801), (mainly out of Hawai'i). Kona, HI 2019.  
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