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Haydn

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This came with a group of P. Bimaculatus as it has grown it is clearly not a Bimac- the fish is between 3" and 4" it is quite feisty with all my other anthias- showing male divebombing behavior and generally being a PITA.

I'm not sure what it is any thoughts

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Very hard to tell from the photo. By the yellow caudal and red leading ray on the anal fin, could be pulcherrimus

[edit albeit, looks quite stocky/large for one]
 
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