This fortnight's fish is the apple of the eyes of many photographers keen to snap it in its juvenile stage. The adults are also great to see and can often be seen in big shoals around the reef, both in mono-species groups and with other fish.
The Harlequin Sweetlips, also known as the Clown Sweetlips, Spotted Sweetlips or Harlequin Grunt, are members of the Haemulidae family. This is a huge family of fish also referred to as the Grunts which includes over 133 species. They get the name grunt by being able to grind their jaws, making a grunting noise both in and out of water.
Read more about this stunning fish and its habits here