The Starry Rabbitfish, Siganus sp., also known as the Starry Rabbit Fish,has a black/grey body with tiny yellow speckles that resemble a starry night sky. Its yellow trimmed tail punctuates the astral appearance of the Starry Rabbitfish.
They are a peaceful species that actually possess a weak venomous dorsal fin so caution should be exercised while handling. They need plenty of places to hide in the tank, especially after first being introduced as they may seem panicked and anxious. Sometimes they can nip on fleshy polyps, but only if underfed. The Starry Rabbitfish is a wonderful addition to any reef tank so long as they are cared for properly.