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Also known as the turkeyfish. Inhabits reef caves and crevices. The firefish is usually stationary during the day, but feeds actively at night. Favorite foods are
The dorsal spines of the firefish are needle-like and contain venom. They can inflict an extremely painful wound.
Edibility is poor.
Range is from Western Australia to Malaysia.