Sammara Squirrelfish

Neoniphon sammara, the sammara squirrelfish, also known as the blood-spot squirrelfish, spotfin squirrelfish, armed squirrel-fish or javelin squirrelfish, is a species squirrelfish found in the Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean from East Africa to the Hawaiian Islands.

This fish has a venomous spine at the corner of its preopercle.

Next to the squirrelfish is the yellow damselfish and the black and white colored half-and-half chromis.

Neoniphon sammara, the sammara squirrelfish, also known as the blood-spot squirrelfish, spotfin squirrelfish, armed squirrel-fish or javelin squirrelfish, is a species squirrelfish found in the Indian Ocean and Pacific Ocean from East Africa to the Hawaiian Islands. This fish has a venomous spine at the corner of its preopercle. Next to the squirrelfish is the yellow damselfish and the black and white colored half-and-half chromis.

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