The Sea Goldie is a small coral reef fish notable for its bright colouration.
"This vivid orange fish often gathers in large schools near coral reefs, and females far outnumber males in the group; this species has more females than males overall.
Males have distinctive characteristics such as a red-violet pattern on their pectoral fins and elongated thread-like tips on their fins.
Try finding the males in a school if you see them near sea anemones.
[Yesterday's Mom, Today's Dad]
Young sea goldies are all born female and become male when they are fully grown. Not all females become males; only large females change sex .10 - 30% of fish in a large school are male while small schools may only have a single male."
Sea Goldies are found swimming in schools and under glows around corals and barrel sponges, all over the Manoa Lai Sea.
In the overworld, these fish swim about slowly in large, somewhat loose groups. Under zoom-mode glows, they can sometimes be seen coexisting with other species.
These fish like food.