Coris caudimacula, commonly known as the speckled rainbowfish, is a species of marine fish in the family Labridae. It is found in the western Pacific Ocean, including the waters around Japan, the Philippines, and Indonesia.
The speckled rainbowfish has a distinctive appearance, with a primarily blue-green body and irregular spots and speckles of yellow, orange, and blue. Juveniles have a similar color pattern but with more prominent spots. It can grow up to 30 cm in length.
This species is typically found in coral reefs and rocky areas, and feeds on a variety of small invertebrates and zooplankton. It is occasionally kept in home aquariums due to its unique appearance and peaceful temperament.