Canthigaster callisterna (Ogilby, 1889)
Common throughout Solitary Islands Marine Park. In Australia, restricted to NSW waters, including Lord Howe and Norfolk Islands. Also in New Zealand.
Frequents coastal and offshore reefs, sometimes in pairs. Depth to at least 40m.
Easily identified by double black stripes. Flesh and organs contain toxins and this species should not be eaten. Feeds on a variety of species including worms, algae, small crustaceans and other invertebrates. Grows to 25cm.