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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tetraodontidae

The Tetraodontidae are a family of primarily marine and estuarine fish of the order Tetraodontiformes. The family includes many familiar species which are variously called pufferfish, puffers, balloonfish, blowfish, blowies, bubblefish, globefish, ...

www.aquariumofpacific.org/onlinelearningcenter/species/balloonfish

The balloonfish, also known as the spiny porcupinefish and spiny puffer, ranges worldwide in tropical waters and some subtropical and temperate areas. It is a ...

seaworld.org/Animal-Info/Animal-Bytes/Bony-Fish/Balloonfish

When threatened or frightened, the balloonfish will take in water - thereby noticeably expanding its overall body size. In this inflated state, its spines stand erect.

marinebio.org/species.asp?id=197

Find out what's known about Balloonfishes, Diodon holocanthus, Actinopterygii, Tetraodontiformes, Diodontidae, including their world range and habitats, ...

www.floridamuseum.ufl.edu/fish/discover/species-profiles/diodon-holocanthus

The balloonfish looks like similar species and can be identified by the dark blotches on its body, and the dark bars that run vertically across each eye.

www.dictionary.com/browse/balloonfish

Balloonfish definition, a porcupinefish, Diodon holacanthus, inhabiting tropical and subtropical waters. See more.

reefguide.org/carib/balloon.html

Florent's Guide To The Caribbean Reefs - Balloonfish - Diodon holocanthus - Porcupinefishes - Long-Spine Porcupinefish, Spiny Balloonfish, Freckled ...

species-identification.org/species.php?species_group=caribbean_diving_guide&id=170

Description, classification, synonyms, distribution map and images of Diodon holocanthus - Balloonfish.

www.neaq.org/animal/balloonfish

These relatively poor swimmers find protection in their ability to puff up and raise spines along their body when attacked.