National Geographic : 1941 Mar
358 The National Geographic Magazine Hawaiians Call the Poison Puffer "Makimaki," or "Deadly Death" Fishermen dislike its strong jaws and sharp teeth, capable of snapping flesh from an unwary hand. Poison Puffers stage battles royal among themselves, but do not bother other species of fish (page 348). I'loLOgraIpns by .LOrel'TUtell This "Convict Fish" Lost Its Freedom in a Shrimp Net Seldom found in Hawaiian waters, "Stripey" was discovered by accident in a catch of shrimp used as food for captive fishes. This butterflyfish (Microcanthus strigatus), abundant off the coast of Australia, the Philippines, and southern Japan, differs from the American convict fish, whose stripes are vertical.