Classic damselfish shape – long pointed posterior dorsal and anal fins. (Like some damsel in flowing silk attire). Yellow-blue body with yellow pelvic and anal fins; darker blue band along top of back.
Called a pink, but body colour can range from dull pink to bright orange. Identified by vertical white lines (not bands) behind the eyes, and white band from forehead, along the base of the dorsal to the white tail.
Clearly identifiable by its long nose. Different from the really-long nosed, in that the really-long nosed has speckles on its chin, the long-nosed doesn’t.
Called the Pin Strip for obvious reasons, though the banding is hardly pin-strip thickness. Also called Redfin after the anal fin – which is more orange than red really. Has a distinctive dark patch on one of the upper, horizontal lines along its side.