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The crescent-tail hogfish, Bodianus sepiacaudus, is a species of wrasse native to the Pacific ocean from Sulawesi to Line Islands. It can be found in groups at depths from 20 to 75 m (66 to 246 ft). This species can reach 8.7 cm (3.4 in) in standard length. Juveniles are white and black. Adults are white with 4 broad red stripes, suffused with black on caudal peduncle and caudal fin.
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