Scientific name: Lienardella fascista
The colouring of the body of the harlequin tuskfish is grey, crossed by vertical red or orange bands, with a blue edge. The dorsal and anal fins are orange or red and the caudal and pelvic fins have a red trim. The mouth has highly characteristic blue teeth.
Its maximum size is 25 cm.
This is a fish that needs a lot of space and a soft bed to rest at night.
It feeds on crustaceans and small fish and is therefore a carnivore.
Its reproduction is oviparous. There is a dominant male that controls a group of females, and if this male dies, a female will become the dominant male.
It is a fish that lives on coral shields.
It is in the Indian-Pacific, above all in Australia.
Species not evaluated (according to the red list of endangered species).
It is characterised as having sharp, blue teeth seen even when its mouth is closed.