They are considered reef-safe and they are peaceful and sociable. Members of this species usually have a bright yellow head, merging into a white body, gradually shading into a red-orange tail. Emateleotris magnifica inhabits parts of the Indian and Pacific oceans. Specifically, it occurs as far west as the East African coast, in the Indian Ocean, to as far east as the Hawaiian Islands of the Pacific Ocean. Within the Pacific Ocean it occurs as far south as the Austral Islands, French Polynesia, to as far north as the Ryukyu Islands, Japan.

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