National Geographic : 1941 Mar
352 The National Geographic Magazine Among the Wrasses Are Many Odd Fellows The eccentric Green Birdfish (upper) has a long, narrow snout like the bill of a bird. The mouths of the Redlined Wrasse (left) and the Bluelined Wrasse are more typical of their family. o National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Walter H. Chute Not All Hawaiian Fishes Are Brightly Colored The drab Gray Wrasse is abundant in Honolulu. Its smaller relative, the Saddle Wrasse (lower right), is even more plentiful. The "Poofi" (left) has not received an English common name.