Rabbitfishes / spinefoots are perciform fishes in the family Siganidae.
In some now obsolete classifications, the species having prominent face stripes—colloquially called foxfaces–are in the genus Lo.
Other species, such as the masked spinefoot (S. puellus), show a reduced form of the stripe pattern.
All rabbitfish have large, dark eyes and small somewhat rabbit-like mouths, which gives them their name.
Most species have either bright colors or a complex pattern.
The largest rabbitfish grows to about 53 cm (21 in), but most species only reach between 25 and 35 cm (9.8 and 13.8 in).