From the European version.
"A round, narrow fish with a protruding snout and a length of 16cm. Its body colour is composed of brown, yellow and white. Can be seen in Manaurai all year round
This fish has a rare feeding habit for a member of the butterflyfish species. It eats plankton using the thread-like teeth in its small mouth.
Just like any other fish that feed off plankton, this species has special comb-like sections, known as 'gill-rakers' inside its gills. These enable the fish to filter out the food from the water, which passes out through the gills."
- French: Poisson-papillon pyramide jaune
- German: Gelber pyramiden-falterfisch
- Spanish: Mariposa pirámide
- Italian: Pesce farfalla piramide