The Devil clam (formerly known as Tridacna tevoroa) is a marine bivalve (having two shells joined at a hinge) and is so named because of its appearance with contrasting dark and bright colours.
Fijidoma maculata is a freshwater snail (gastropod), and reaches a height of 14 mm in size.
The Fijian stick insect is a very rare insect that can grow up to 10cm in length.
The Giant Fijian Longhorn Beetle is the world's second largest beetle, with specimens reaching up to 15 cm in body length.
Acochlidium fiiense is a small, soft, worm-like animal, with two tentacles but no shell.