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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.
The Threadfin Butterflyfish is a reef-associated fish and its does not migrate. Its depth range is 1-35 meters / 3-115 feet. It can be found in several different types of habitats, including corals reefs, inshore waters and rubble covered bottoms with prolific plant and algae growth.
I have seen and photographed this fish many times in the Red Sea.
The yellowstripe goatfish is a species of goatfish native to the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. The name of the fish in latin is Mulloidichthys flavolineatus.
The goatfish belong to the Mullidae family and rank among the common fish in the Red Sea.
Their peculiar barbels are though not so common. These barbels can be spotted beneath the chin on either side of the mouth. These barbells function as sensitive filaments to trace molluscs, crustaceans and worms. The goatfish are nocturnal, which means they swim around mostly at night.