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Chaetodon decussatus, Cuvier 1831,   Indian (Ocean) Vagabond Butterflyfish. A hardy beauty not to be confused with its congener loser from the wider Indo-Pacific, the Vagabond Butterflyfish, Chaetodon vagabundus which rarely lives. Bali 2014  


Chaetodon kleini Bloch 1790, Klein's Butterflyfish. Widespread from Hawai'i over to Africa's east coast. To five inches overall. A hardy, but shy species that often perishes due to too much commotion and competition in captivity.  Bali 2014   
Chaetodon rafflesi Bennett 1830, the Latticed or Raffles' Butterflyfish. Indo-west Pacific from eastern India to the Tuamotus. Omnivore that does eat anemones and coral polyps. To six inches total length.  Bali 2014   
Chaetodon speculum Cuvier 1831, the Mirror or Oval-Spot Butterflyfish. A shy species that lives in coral rich areas where it feeds on same and other benthic invertebrates. To some seven inches in length.  Bali 2014   
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