The little strip of Bodianus sanguineus in the video above is among one of the rarest fish in the aquarium trade. Until about 10 years ago there existed only one image of a live specimen taken from a deepwater submersibleÂ at over 600 feet. The sunrise hogfish, Bodianus sanguineus is a resident of very deep Hawaiian reefs along with the other extremely rare yellow fin anthias, Odontanthias fuscipinnis, also featured in the video. The owner of this tank from Singapore probably has over $6000 invested in the two deepwater Hawaiian fish but what is the deal with the Johnrandallia nigrirostris which is also living in this tank? This butterflyfish is a Heniochus wannabe occuring in the Eastern Pacific Ocean and it is much less expensive than the other two. Don’t get us wrong, we love the cute little ‘El Barbero’ but there is such a price disparity between it and the other two fish it just makes you wonder. Follow the link for a couple more videos of the stunning Yellow Fin anthias, a deepwater Hawaiian endemic which is a relative of the Borbonius anthias.