Another reef fish that is endemic to the Hawaiian waters is the uhu'ahu'ula, or the spectacled parrotfish (Scarus perspiclilatus). Males have two blue bars on their faces in front of their eyes and females have reddish brown bodies. While the parrotfishes are uniquely colorful, their caudal peduncle is light in color. This fish has two distinct habits: it goes into feeding frenzies and it makes sand from dead coral and algae. It is a herbivore and feeds on algae and live coral. It can be found in shallow waters of the reef.