The Foxface Rabbitfish, Siganus vulpinus, is also known as the Foxface, Common Foxface, Foxface Lo, and Venomous Foxface. Its characteristic yellow body and black and white face make the Foxface instantly recognizable. It is easily confused with Siganus unimaculatus, but the Foxface lacks the large black spot of the One Spot Foxface. The Foxface has a number of venomous spines atop its dorsal fin - care should be had while handling it. The Foxface needs a tank of at least 40 gallons with plenty of free swimming space. It is best housed with peaceful or semi-aggressive fishes and should not housed with other rabbitfishes. Pairs can sometimes do well. If underfed, the Foxface can nip at some corals. During acclimatization, they can sometimes appear discolored - this is common and not indicative of illness, just stress. They will eat a herbivorous diet consisting mainly of algae and algae-based foods. Overall, the Foxface is a staple of marine aquariums for good reason; it is a hardy, active, and beautiful fish.