bgreene wrote:Hey Len,
I think that most of the Holanthias will get big. I have seen H. fuscippinus as small as 2 inches here in Hawaii and collected a 3 inch H. bourbonius that escaped from my collecting bucket while at 300' in Taiwan. We have two species here in Hawaii, H, fuscippinus and H. elizabethae, both of which get pretty big. I once saw an H. tapui for sale in a food fish market in Tahiti, but it was obviuosly big enough to eat. I think that Fishbase lists it as smaller only due to the limited number of scientific specimens.
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