Like other Triggerfish, the Queen Triggerfish has a dorsal spine that can be "triggered" into a locked position making it close to impossible to remove from a crevice. This system is also used as a defense against larger predatory fish species that might try to attack or eat them. Their base color is light yellow with green and blue markings on the body. Yellow and bright blue accents on the head and fins ads to its amazing detail.
In addition there are two broad diagonal and curved light blue bands running from the snout to below and in front of pectoral fins. The lowermost line continues with a blue ring around the lips; a broad blue bar across caudal peduncle, and blue sub-marginal bands in the median fins. Their eyes are positioned high on their head allowing them to scan for prey. They have a small but powerful mouth with very strong teeth.
A Queen Trigger fish mold from Gray Taxidermy, the World's Largest Marine Taxidermy and producer of fish mounts, are made from real fish, which makes our Queen Trigger fish mount, the finest reproduction available.