|Image: Andreas Metz|
This is the ludicrously brightly coloured Klunzinger's Wrasse, found only in the Red Sea.
|Image: Razvan Marescu|
This species lives in groups made up mostly of females, and they dash around the coral reefs seeking out algae, worms and crustaceans to feed on.
|Image: Derek Keats|
Their name comes from Carl Benjamin Klunzinger, a German physician who collected them and many other marine specimens while he was working at a Red Sea port for a few years.
|Image: Valerie Hukalo|
We can only hope he was a fiend for excessively loud neckwear.