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Spotted Burrfish

Identifiable firstly by the spines, then the dark bars the first through the eye and the black spots over body and fins.

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Common Porcupinefish

Identifiable firstly by the spines, though these may not be obvious when looking from the front, with numerous black spots over head, body and fins.

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Blotched Porcupinefish

Identifiable as a porcupinefish firstly by the spines, though these may not be obvious when looking from the front. The Blotched porcupinefish has distinct blotches, (rather than bands) particularly on top of head.

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Three Banded Porcupinefish – inflated

Identifiable firstly by the spines, though these may not be obvious when looking from the front. The three bar has three faint vertical bars when looking from the side (not on top). Rarely seen inflated – and please don’t aggravate just to get a photo.

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Three Banded Porcupinefish

Identifiable firstly by the spines, though these may not be obvious when looking from the front. The three bar has three faint vertical bars when looking from the side (not on top).

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