Also known as Jointed Razorfish, Razorfish, Spotted Shrimpfish.
Found in small schools, swimming head down, for protection in the arms of branching corals, and long-spined sea urchins, over sandy reef flats and seagrass beds, of coral and rocky reefs.
They feed on planktonic crustaceans.
Length - 15cm
Depth - 0-40m
Widespread Western Indian Ocean
Shrimpfishes swim in groups with head down swimming in a synchronised fashion (when one turns they all turn) often sheltering in rich coral patches, in fan and whip coral and sea grass beds. Ref: https://www.fishbase.se/summary/7986