Papuan Toby – Canthigaster papua
Canthigaster papua, Panglao, Philippines
C. papua differs from C. solandri by having a snout clearly more orange than the rest of the body, stripes on the back, an ocellus at the base of the dorsal fin even once adult (juveniles of C. solandri can have one) and spots on the caudal fin
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