National Geographic : 1941 Mar
Bright Flashes from Pacific Corals 365 Odd Patterns Mark Fishes at Fiji Abundant there and occasionally taken at Hawaii is Balistapus aculeatus (left). The Orangestriped Triggerfish (center) is found from Samoa south and westward. Brownspotted Grouper (right). © National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Walter H. Chute Poison Spines Make Brave Fishes The little Lionfish (left), confident of its immunity from attack, swims boldly in the open (page 350). The much larger Bluespotted Niggerfish tries to hide in the shadow of a giant clamshell.