National Geographic : 1941 Mar
Bright Flashes from Pacific Corals 353 The Plainest of the Three Is Best to Eat Small and delicately colored is the Yelloweye Tang (left). The Orangespot Tang is strikingly marked. The Black Tang (center) is an important food fish which grows to large size. f - ... . . ... - ... ... ... .. . .. ..... .. 5 National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Walter H. Chute Though Small, the Jaws of the Hawaiian Triggerfish Are Powerful The Black Triggerfish (lower right) can bite a No. 3 fishhook in two. The fins of the Pinktail Triggerfish (upper) resemble ruching on milady's dress. The Whiteline Triggerfish (left) is armed with rows of tiny spines.