National Geographic : 1941 Mar
372 The National Geographic Magazine Finny Gems from the Coral Reefs Are Diminutive Extreme delicacy marks the tiny "Pau," Cheilinus bimaculatus (upper). The Blackline Hawkfish (left center) grows larger than the Whiteline Hawkfish (left) and the Ringed Hawkfish (right). o National Ceographic Society Natdural (ColorIPhotographs by Walter I. ('hute Pomacentrids Abound Along South Pacific Rocky Shores Jet-black fishes with a single white spot are the exclusively Hawaiian Dascyllus albisella. Spot Poma centrid (upper right) is numerous in the tide pools, together with a close relative, the Sergeant Major (striped fishes, left). Potter's Pomacentrid (lower right) is rare.