National Geographic : 1941 Mar
Bright Flashes from Pacific Corals 349 Some Dandies with Odd Figures Go in for Loud Stripes The Moorish Idol, Hawaiian name "Kihikihi" (center), is a favorite with artists. It is often confused with the Longfin Butterflyfish (left), which it closely resembles. On the right is a Bluestriped Butterflyfish. O National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Walter H. Chute Islanders Call the Gaudiest of These "Beautiful But Dumb" One of the handsomest Hawaiian fishes is "Hinalea Lolo" (center), the second part of the name meaning "stupid." White specks on the Birdfish (left) and the Blue Parrotfish (right) are grains of sand.