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Ablabys macracanthus, also known as the spiny waspfish or as the spiny leaf-fish in Indonesia, is a Waspfish of the genus Ablabys that inhabits the Western Pacific and Indian Oceans.
Ablabys macracanthus Wikipedia
The spiny waspfish is a primarily reef-dwelling fish, living at a depth of 1 to 20 meters below the surface. It lives at tropical latitudes (25 to 8 degrees north latitude).
The spiny waspfish is harmless to humans. It can grow up to as long as 20 cm and it often sways with the current, mimicking a pile of leaves.