Coris formosa

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Also known as Queen coris. Diet: Hard shelled prey, including crustaceans, mollusks and sea urchins
Max. Size: 60 cm Fun Fact: The juvenile and adult appearances vary greatly. As a juvenile, the body color is orange with white tiger stripes across the back. The stripes and fins are outlined in black. As an adult, the females have a dark blue-green body with black spots, accented by red on the fins, and a light-blue diagonal stripe across the orange face. The males have a light-blue body with vertical blue stripes and several green stripes on the face.

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