Place of origin:Western Pacific
Widespread Indonesia to Philippines and to central Pacific and eastern Australia. Replaced further north by Siganus unimaculatus and in western Australia by another species very similar to S.unimaculatus.The fox-face occurs on sheltered rich coral and invertebrate reefs to about 15m depth. Adults typically occur in pairs and juveniles may form small groups amongst corals. This species is easily identified by its bright yellow body and black and white head. Length to 25cm.