-EnglishName: Madagascar butterflyfish
- Local Name : Madagaskara bibee
-Size : Max. 14 cm
-Order : Perciformes
-Distinctive Characters: Dorsal fin with 13 spines and 20-21 rays. Anal fin with 3 spines and 16-17 rays. Pectoral fin with 15-16 rays. Body depth 1.4-1.8 in standard length. Snout subequal to eye. In large adults, the anal fin is distinctly angular.
-Colour: Body pearly white. Black eye bar and a separate black spot on nape. Posterior area of yellow, and yellow patch on caudal fin.
-Habitat and Biology: Omnivorous species found at depths of 10-40 m on the reef.
-Distribution: Indian Ocean.
-Remarks: Chaetodon madagaskariensis is very closely related to an almost identical species. C. mertensii Cuvier, of the Pacific Ocean. The former differs only by the detached black spot on nape.