A cleaner fish, bright blue body with bright yellow head and a dark stripe down the body that fades to magenta at the tail.
Green with bright orange mid-body stripe, blue lines on head and back. Initial phase are gray-brown with yellow spot above pectoral fin. Endemic to Hawaii.
Green body with blue/purple head, separated by bright orange saddle. Initial phase have a black stripe that runs the length of the body and a white belly. Endemic to Hawaii.
Males are deep blue-green with vertical yellow bar above pectoral fin. Females have white head, gradually becoming darker towards tail, upper part of snout orange.
Dark brown to olive body covered in bright blue spots. Often have body bars on rear half of body. Introduced to Hawaii in 1956.
Dark body with large white area on side. Endemic to Hawaii.
Blue-green body with black body bars that do not extend onto belly. Endemic to Hawaii.
Silvery fish with blunt head and large eye. Sometimes have dark body bars, Tends to hover at mid-water.
White with yellowish areas. Orange saddle outlined in black on snout. Short horns or spines over eyes. Common throughout region and the tropical Indo-Pacific.
Yellowish cream to white or silvery. Single retractile spine at base of tale.