The Bluecheek Butterflyfish is a form of coral reef fish, not to be confused with the Bluelashed Butterflyfish, a separate species with a similar name.
"This fish is yellow with a mask-like pattern around its eyes.
It is only found in the Red Sea and is often found around coral reefs swimming in pairs."
These are found in Zahhab Region, around coordinates C-4 and C-6, under zoom-mode glows.
These hover as small, loose groups over coral. They like food and being petted.