Diana's Hogfish, Bodianus diana, is commonly referred to as the Red Diana Hogfish, Diana Hogfish, Red & Gold Hogfish, or Spotted Hogfish. It features a red/orange body with white spots on its back and a scaly texture. Juveniles are colored differently and slowly grow into the patterns and colors of the adult Diana's Hogfish.
They can be aggressive and should not be housed with small docile fish or vulnerable sessile inverts. Diana's Hogfish is best kept in a tank of at least 50 gallons with plenty of live rock, away from other Diana's Hogs to avoid territorial aggression, and fed a carnivorous diet.