Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis, Black surgeonfish, Chevron, Chevron tang, photos, facts and physical characteristics


Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis, Black surgeonfish, Chevron, Chevron tang, photos, facts and physical characteristics

Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis

Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis Description

Gill rakers on anterior row: 21 to 25; on posterior row: 25. Dorsal spines: 8; Dorsal soft rays: 27 to 29; Anal spines: 3; Anal soft rays: 25 or 26. Juveniles differ greatly from adults. Juveniles have deeper bodies and are bright orange-red with numerous

Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis Common Names

  • Black surgeonfish, Chevron, Chevron tang

Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis Taxonomic Structure

What type of species is Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis? Below, you will find the taxonomic groups the Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis species belongs to.

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Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis, marine species closely related

Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis, distinctive physical characteristics

How to identify Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis marine species? Below, you will find the list of main identification criteria and physical characteristics of marine species Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis. For each identification criteria, the corresponding physical characteristics of marine species Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis are marked in green.

Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis, geographic distribution

Where is Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis found in the world? Below, you will find the list and a world map of the geographic distribution where the marine species Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis can be found.

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Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis, underwater photographers

Which photographers have photos of Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis species? Below, you will find the list of underwater photographers and their photos of the marine species Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis.