Marine fish - Fish living in the marine environment

Marine or Marines

Order Acipenseriformes

Short-nosed little sturgeon - The species is sometimes mistaken for juvenile Atlantic sturgeon, as adults of this species are similar in size to juveniles of that species.

Azov-black sea sturgeon

Sakhalin sturgeon - The Sakhalin sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.

Adriatic sturgeon - Its natural habitat is rivers.

Fringebarbel sturgeon - The bastard sturgeon, fringebarbel sturgeon, ship sturgeon, spiny sturgeon, or thorn sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.

Gulf sturgeon - Acipenser oxyrinchus is a species of sturgeon with two subspecies:

Persian sturgeon - The Persian Sturgeon has an elongated, bulky body with a bluish tint.

Amur sturgeon - The Amur sturgeon is a species of fish in the Acipenseridae family.

Chinese sturgeon - It is thought to have lived at the same time as dinosaurs, dating back to a period 140 million years ago.

Starry sturgeon - It is an important commercial species.

Sturgeon - The wedge-shaped head of this sturgeon ends in a long point.

Columbia sturgeon - It is the largest freshwater fish in North America and is the third largest species of sturgeon, after the Beluga and the Kaluga.

Kaluga - Kaluga caviar comes from the Kaluga "River Beluga" sturgeon.

Alabama sturgeon - The Alabama sturgeon was first proposed for protected status in the early 1990s, although by then the fish was already so rare its survival was uncertain.

Order Albuliformes

Banana fish

Threadfin bonefish

Smallscale bonefish

Banana fish

Longfin bonefish

Japanese gissu

Order Anguilliformes

Acromycter alcocki

Acromycter atlanticus

Acromycter longipectoralis

Acromycter nezumi

Acromycter perturbator

Key worm eel

Allips concolor

Allardice's moray

Canton Island moray

Anarchias euryurus

Minute moray

Anarchias longicaudis

Anarchias maldiviensis

Seychelles moray

Pygmy moray

Anarchias supremus

African mottled eel

Indian short-finned eel - Anguilla bicolor is a species of eel in the genus Anguilla of the family Anguillidae consisting of two sub-species.

New Zealand longfin eel

Highlands long-finned eel

Japanese eel - Populations of the Japanese eel, along with anguillid eel populations worldwide, have declined drastically in recent years.

Giant mottled eel - This anguillid species can be found from East Africa to French Polynesia and north to southern Japan.

Polynesian longfin eel

African longfin eel

Mottled eel

Anguilla nigricans

South Pacific eel

Speckled longfin eel - The long-finned eel is a native of New Guinea, eastern Australia , Lord Howe Island, and New Caledonia.

Eel - The eel lives in fresh water and only leaves this habitat to enter the Atlantic ocean for spawning.

Fangtooth snake-eel

Snaggle-toothed snake-eel

Onestripe eel

Academy eel

Snake eel

European finless eel

Finless eel

Apterichtus gracilis

Apterichtus gymnocelus

Finless eel

Apterichtus keramanus

Sharpsnout snake eel

Apterichtus monodi

Apterichtus moseri

Apterichtus orientalis

Sea conger

Longtrunk conger

Baleares conger

Ariosoma bauchotae

Ariosoma coquettei

Gilbert's garden eel

Ariosoma howensis

Ariosoma major

Large-eye conger

Blunttooth conger

Ariosoma meeki

Ariosoma megalops

Melliss's Conger

Ariosoma multivertebratum

Ariosoma nancyae

Ariosoma nigrimanum

Ariosoma obud

Ariosoma ophidiophthalmus

Ariosoma sazonovi

Tropical conger

Ariosoma selenops

Ariosoma sereti

Ariosoma sokotranum

Emaciated worm eel

Arrowtooth eel

Atractodenchelys robinsorum

Avocettina acuticeps

Avocettina bowersii

Avocettina paucipora

Sooty eel

Sooty sand-eel

Bascanichthys ceciliae

Bascanichthys congoensis

Round sand-eel

Indian longtailed sand-eel

Bascanichthys fijiensis

Bascanichthys filaria

Bascanichthys inopinatus

Longtailed sand-eel

Bascanichthys longipinnis

Bascanichthys myersi

Panama sand-eel

Bascanichthys paulensis

Bascanichthys pusillus

Sooty eel

Bascanichthys sibogae

Swollen-headed conger eel - The swollen-headed conger eel, Bassanago bulbiceps, is a conger of the family Congridae, found on continental slopes around southern Australia and New Zealand.

Hairy conger - The hairy conger, Bassanago hirsutus, is a conger of the family Congridae, found around southern Australia, and New Zealand.

Bathycongrus aequoreus

Bathycongrus bleekeri

Bullish conger

Dubious conger

Bathycongrus guttulatus

Shorthead conger

Bathycongrus nasicus

Bathycongrus odontostomus

Bathycongrus polyporus

Bathycongrus retrotinctus

Conger eel

Bathycongrus trilineatus

Bathycongrus trimaculatus

Largehead conger

Neighbor conger

Longnose conger

Bathymyrus echinorhynchus

Bathymyrus simus

Maputo conger

Bathyuroconger parvibranchialis

Large-toothed conger

Benthenchelys indicus

Benthenchelys pacificus

Blachea longicaudalis

Blachea xenobranchialis

Long-toothed false moray

Brachysomophis atlanticus

Stargazer snake eel

Henshaw's snake-eel

Brachysomophis longipinnis

Brachysomophis porphyreus

Brachysomophis umbonis

Twostripe snake eel

Callechelys bitaeniata

Black-striped snake eel

Sandy ridgefin eel

Spotted ridgefin eel

Callechelys galapagensis

Shorttail snake eel

Callechelys leucoptera

Yellow-spotted snake-eel

Marbled snake eel

Blotched snake eel

Callechelys papulosa

Callechelys randalli

Ridgefin eel

Slantlip eel

Catesbya pseudomuraena

Channomuraena bauchotae

Broadbanded moray

Shortsnout conger

Chiloconger philippinensis

Flatnose xenocongrid eel

Seagrass eel

Stripesnout false moray

Bicolor false moray

Chlopsis bidentatus

Mottled false moray

Chlopsis kazuko

Chlopsis longidens

Chlopsis olokun

Chlopsis slusserorum

Cirrhimuraena calamus

Cirrhimuraena cheilopogon

Cirrhimuraena chinensis

Inhaca fringelip

Cirrhimuraena oliveri

Cirrhimuraena orientalis

Cirrhimuraena paucidens

Fringelip snake-eel

Cirrhimuraena tapeinoptera

Cirrhimuraena yuanding

Fringelip snake eel

Cirricaecula macdowelli

Cirrimaxilla formosa - Cirrimaxilla formosa is a species of saltwater eels, the only member of the genus Cirrimaxilla of the Muraenidae family.

Coloconger cadenati

Coloconger canina

Coloconger eximia

Giant leptocephalus

Coloconger japonicus

Coloconger meadi

Froghead eel

Shorttail conger

Longfin African conger

Conger erebennus

Grey conger

Beach conger

Conger macrocephalus

Whitespotted conger

American conger

Conger oligoporus

Argentine conger

Conger philippinus

Congo

Conger - The common conger, Conger verreauxi, is a conger of the family Congridae, found in the eastern Indian Ocean and south west Pacific Ocean, including southern Australia and New Zealand, at depths down to 100 m in broken rocky reef areas.

Common conger - The cape conger, Conger wilsoni, is a conger of the family Congridae, found around southern Australia and the east coast of the North Island of New Zealand.

Yellow pike conger

Indian pike conger

Congrhynchus talabonoides

Congriscus maldivensis

Congriscus marquesaensis

Congriscus megastomus

Evermann's conger

Red pike-conger

Guayana pike-conger

Dalophis boulengeri

Dalophis cephalopeltis

Armless snake-eel

Dalophis multidentatus

Dalophis obtusirostris

Narrownecked oceanic eel - The skin is scaleless and red-brown.

Mud-dwelling moray

Basketwork eel - The basketwork eel, Diastobranchus capensis, is a cutthroat eel, the only species in the genus Diastobranchus.

Head-band conger

Arrowtooth eel

Pignosed arrowtooth eel

Dysomma bucephalus

Dysomma dolichosomatum

Dysomma fuscoventralis

Dysomma goslinei

Dysomma longirostrum

Dysomma melanurum

Dysomma muciparus

Dysomma opisthoproctus

Dysomma polycatodon

Dysomma tridens

Dysommina proboscideus

Dysommina rugosa

Painted eel

Echelus pachyrhynchus

Finned worm eel

Echidna amblyodon

Chained moray - Echidna catenata, or the chain moray, is a moray eel from the Western Atlantic.

Mottled moray

Whiteface moray

Snowflake moray - The snowflake moray eel is a very commonly kept saltwater eel.

Moray

Pebbletooth moray

Barred moray - The barred moray, Echidna polyzona, is a moray eel of the family Muraenidae, found in the Indo-Pacific oceans at depths down to 10 m.

Pink-lipped moray eel

Unicolor moray

Echidna xanthospilos

Spoon-nose eel

Spotted spoon-nose eel

Snapper eel

Elapsopis cyclorhinus

Convict snake eel

Fangtooth moray - The Fangtooth Moray is distinctive for its bright yellow colouring and elongated jaw, which is filled with a large number of long "glasslike" teeth.

Hookjaw moray - Like other members of the genus, the Hookjaw sports curved jaws and rows of large, glass-like teeth.

Bikini Atoll moray

Chestnut moray - The Caribbean chestnut moray inhabits coral and rocky reefs.

Dark-spotted moray

Reticulate hookjaw moray

Mulatto conger - The Mottled Conger Moray, sometimes known as the Mulatto Conger, is a moray eel of the genus Enchelycore, distributed across the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans.

Enchelycore nycturanus

Slenderjaw moray

Leopard moray eel - This eel inhabits coral and rocky reefs, and is common in warm-temperate waters.

Mosaic moray - The mosaic moray, Enchelycore ramosa, is a moray eel of the genus Enchelycore, found in south east Australia and around the offshore islands off Northland on the North Island of New Zealand at depths down to 100 metres, in reef areas of broken rock.

White-margined moray

Enchelycore tamarae

Indifferent eel

Ordinary eel

Ethadophis epinepheli

Ethadophis foresti

Snack eel

False saddled snake eel

Facciolella castlei

Dogface witch-eel

Dogface witch-eel

Facciolella karreri

Facciola's sorcerer

Facciolella saurencheloides

Gavialiceps arabicus

Gavialiceps bertelseni

Gavialiceps javanicus

Gavialiceps taiwanensis

Glenoglossa wassi

Gnathophis andriashevi

Gnathophis asanoi

Blackgut conger

Longeye conger

Southern conger

Gnathophis castlei

Hardtail conger

Gnathophis codoniphorus

Gnathophis grahami

Little conger eel - The little conger eel or silver conger, Gnathophis habenatus, is a conger of the family Congridae, found on soft bottoms of the continental shelf of the Indian and southwest Pacific Oceans.

Gnathophis heterognathos

Gnathophis heterolinea

Gnathophis leptosomatus

Gnathophis longicauda

Gnathophis macroporis

Gnathophis melanocoelus

Gnathophis microps

Gnathophis musteliceps

Thinlip conger

Gnathophis nasutus

Gnathophis neocaledoniensis

Gnathophis nystromi ginanago

Gnathophis parini

Gnathophis smithi

Gnathophis tritos

Umbrella conger - The umbrella conger, Gnathophis umbrellabius, is a conger of the family Congridae, found on soft bottoms of the continental shelf of the southwest Pacific Ocean.

Gnathophis xenica

Gordiichthys

Irksome eel

Horsehair eel

Sting eel

Rope eel

Gorgasia barnesi

Gorgasia cotroneii

Speckled garden-eel

Hawaiian garden eel

Gorgasia inferomaculata

Pacific spaghetti eel

Klausewitz' garden eel

Splendid garden eel

Dotted garden eel

Gorgasia sillneri

Sharp-nose garden eel

Gorgasia thamani

Zebra moray - The zebra moray, Gymnomuraena zebra, is a species of moray eel, the only member of the genus Gymnomuraena.

Dark moray

Gymnothorax angusticauda

Gymnothorax angusticeps

Gymnothorax annasona

Gymnothorax annulatus

Atoll moray

South Pacific moray

Southern moray

Gymnothorax bacalladoi - Gymnothorax bacalladoi is a moray eel of the family Muraenidae, found only around the Canary Islands in the eastern central Atlantic, at depths of between 17 and 605 m.

Gymnothorax baranesi

Gymnothorax bathyphilus

Y-patterned moray

Blackcheek moray

Vagrant moray

Chestnut moray - The panamic green moray is found in the Pacific from the Gulf of California to Ecuador, including the Galapagos Islands.

Gymnothorax castlei

Head-spot moray

Lipspot moray

Banded mud moray

Saddled moray

Sieve-patterned moray

Gymnothorax dorsalis

Speckled moray - Gymnothorax is a genus of moray eels in the family Muraenidae.

Elegant moray

Enigmatic moray

Spotted-tail moray

Gymnothorax eurygnathos

Laced moray

Fimbriated moray - It is pale green-yellow in color with black spots on its face and can reach a max length of 80 cm.

Palenose moray

Gymnothorax formosus

Brownspotted moray

Slendertail moray

Geometric moray

Gymnothorax hansi

Liver-colored moray eel

Gymnothorax herrei

Lichen moray

Gymnothorax intesi

Spotted moray

Giant moray - The giant moray is widespread in the Indo-Pacific region, being found in the Red Sea and East Africa, the Pitcairn group, north to the Ryukyu and Hawaiian islands, south to New Caledonia and the Austral Islands.

Whitespotted moray

Kikado moray

Blacktail moray

Short-tooth moray

Gymnothorax longinquus

Sharktooth moray

Spotjaw moray

Blackpearl moray

Marshall Islands moray

Gymnothorax mccoskeri

Oman moray

Dwarf moray - Gymnothorax melatremus is a Moray Eel from the Indo-Pacific.

Gymnothorax microspila

Gymnothorax microstictus

Bastard eel - Gymnothorax miliaris, the Goldentail moray, is a Moray Eel from the Western Atlantic.

Moray eel

One-spot moray

California moray - California moray

Common conger - The spotted moray is found in the Western Atlantic Ocean from North Carolina and Bermuda to Brazil, including the Gulf of Mexico and the Caribbean.

Gymnothorax mucifer

Eastern island moray

Gymnothorax neglectus

Snowflake-patched moray

Grey moray - The grey moray, Gymnothorax nubilus, is a moray eel of the genus Gymnothorax, found around the offshore islands off Northland and the Bay of Plenty on the North Island of New Zealand.

Yellow-mouth eel - Gymnothorax nudivomer is a Moray Eel from the Indo-Pacific.

Nutting's moray

Griffin's moray - The speckled moray, or Griffin's moray, Gymnothorax obesus, is a moray eel of the genus Gymnothorax, found in Australia and around the offshore islands off Northland and the Bay of Plenty on the North Island of New Zealand at depths down to 100 m, in reef areas of broken rock.

Gymnothorax parini

Gymnothorax phalarus

Ghost moray

Gymnothorax philippinus

Peppered moray - The species is pale and has purplish specklings.

Pike's moray

Pinda moray

Polygon moray

Manyvertebrae moray

Lowfin moray

Yellow moray - The yellow moray, Gymnothorax prasinus, is a moray eel of the genus Gymnothorax, found in southern Australia and between North Cape and the Mahia Peninsula on the North Island of New Zealand.

Sawtooth moray

Gymnothorax pseudoherrei

Highfin moray

Whitespotted moray

Gymnothorax randalli

Little moray

Gymnothorax robinsi

Banded moray

Gymnothorax sagenodeta

Gymnothorax sagmacephalus

Honeycomb moray - The ocellated moray, Gymnothorax saxicola, is a species of moray eel from the Western Atlantic.

Gymnothorax serratidens

Gymnothorax shaoi

Gymnothorax sokotrensis

Steindachner's moray eel

Slender moray

Freshwater moray

Brown moray

Gymnothorax vagrans

White-edged moray

Gymnothorax walvisensis

Gymnothorax woodwardi

Y-bar moray

Barredfin moray

Haptenchelys texis

Hemerorhinus heyningi

Hemerorhinus opici

Mustachioed snake-eel

Heteroconger balteatus

Heteroconger camelopardalis

White-ring garden eel

Heteroconger chapmani

Garden eel - They occur in colonies, on sloping sand bottoms.

Pale green eel

Heteroconger enigmaticus

Spotted garden-eel - The spotted garden eel, Heteroconger hassi, is a conger of the family Congridae, found in Indo-Pacific oceans at depths of between 7 and 45 m.

Galapagos garden eel

Pale-ear garden eel - Masked Garden Eel is a type of marine fish that lives in the Pacific Ocean.

Brown garden eel

Yellow garden eel

Heteroconger obscurus

Speckled garden eel

Black garden eel

Zebra garden eel

Taylor's garden eel

Heteroconger

Heteroconger tricia

Deepwater arrowtooth eel

Bruun's cutthroat - Bruun's cutthroat eel, Histiobranchus bruuni, is a cutthroat eel of the genus Histiobranchus, found around New Zealand at the bottom of the deep ocean basin at depths of between 4,000 and 5,000 m.

Pike-conger eel

Hoplunnis megista

Silver pikeconger

Hoplunnis punctata

Hoplunnis schmidti

Hoplunnis sicarius

Hoplunnis similis

Conger eel

Flabby snake eel

Sharpnose sand-eel

Ichthyapus insularis

Oman snake eel

Sand eel

Ichthyapus platyrhynchus

Smiling sand-eel

Ilyophis arx

Ilyophis blachei

Muddy arrowtooth eel - The muddy arrowtooth eel, Ilyophis brunneus, is a cutthroat eel, the only species in the genus Ilyophis.

Ilyophis nigeli

Ilyophis robinsae

Ilyophis saldanhai

Japonoconger africanus

Japonoconger caribbeus

Japonoconger sivicolus

Black-nostril false moray

Shortfin false moray

Common false moray

Kaupichthys japonicus

Collared eel

Kenyaconger heemstrai

Snub-nose snake eel

Labichthys carinatus

Labichthys yanoi

Oriental worm-eel

Ocellated sand-eel

Saddled snake-eel

Slender worm-eel

Leptocephalus bellottii

Leptocephalus congroides

Leptocephalus ophichthoides

Letharchus aliculatus

Sailfin snake-eel

Sailfin eel

Forgetful snake eel

Acned snake-eel

Linkenchelys multipora

Lumiconger arafura

Luthulenchelys heemstraorum

Macrocephenchelys brachialis

Macrocephenchelys brevirostris

Malvoliophis pinguis

Abyssal cutthroat eel

Meadia roseni

Mosaic worm eel

Redface moray - The redface moray, Monopenchelys acuta, is a species of saltwater eels, the only member of the genus Monopenchelys of the Muraenidae family.

Moringua abbreviata

Moringua bicolor

Spaghetti eel

Rusty spaghetti eel

Moringua macrochir

Lesser thrush eel

Penn's thrush eel

Muraena appendiculata

White-spotted moray

Mediterranean moray - The Mediterranean moray has an elongated, eel-like body and can reach a length of 1.

Muraena australiae

Hourglass moray

Muraena insularum

Honeycomb moray

Whitespot moray

Stout moray

Common pike conger - The females lay the eggs off the coasts of Australia; the eggs take 9–10 weeks to hatch.

Muraenichthys elerae

Longfinned worm eel

Iredale's worm eel

Muraenichthys macrostomus

Muraenichthys philippinensis

Maimed snake eel

Siboga worm eel

Muraenichthys thompsoni

Longfin spotted snake-eel

Myrichthys bleekeri

Culebra rosario

Harlequin snake-eel - Myrichthys colubrinus is a Moray Eel from the Indo-Pacific.

Tiger snake-eel - Myrichthys maculosus is a Moray Eel from the Indo-Pacific.

Magnificent snake eel

Dark-spotted snake eel

Clarion snake eel

Leopard eel

Spotted snake-eel

Myrichthys xysturus

Red eel

Myroconger gracilis

Myroconger nigrodentatus

Myroconger prolixus

Myroconger seychellensis

Longfin worm eel

Myrophis cheni

Myrophis lepturus

Myrophis microchir

Broadnose worm eel

Leaden worm eel

African spoon-nose eel

Fintail serpent eel

Neenchelys daedalus

Neenchelys microtretus

Neenchelys retropinna

Spotted snipe eel - The eel lives at depths of up to 2,000 m.

Nemichthys larseni

Ridged eel

Neoconger tuberculatus

Neoconger vermiformis

Nessorhamphus danae

Duckbill oceanic eel

Nettastoma falcinaris

Duck-billed eel

Nettastoma solitarium

Nettastoma syntresis

Nettenchelys dionisi

Nettenchelys erroriensis

Nettenchelys exoria

Nettenchelys gephyra

Nettenchelys inion

Nettenchelys paxtoni

Pygmy pikeconger

Nettenchelys taylori

Highfin snake eel

Thin snake eel

Dark deepwater snake-eel

Bluntnose snake-eel

Ophichthus arneutes

Ophichthus asakusae

Saddled snake-eel

Ophichthus brachynotopterus

Ophichthus brasiliensis

Ophichthus brevicaudatus

Snubnose snake eel

Ophichthus celebicus

Margined snake-eel

Dusky snake eel

Ophichthus echeloides

Ophichthus episcopus

Blotched snake-eel

Ophichthus evermanni

Ophichthus exourus

Ophichthus fasciatus

Death-banded snake-eel

Ophichthus garretti

Ophichthus genie

Shrimp eel

Ophichthus grandoculis

Faintsaddled snake eel

Ophichthus karreri

Ophichthus kunaloa

Ophichthus leonensis

Ophichthus limkouensis

Slender snake eel

Ophichthus macrops

Ophichthus maculatus

Ophichthus madagascariensis

Ophichthus manilensis

Shorthead snake-eel

Longarmed snake eel

Ophichthus megalops

Blackpored eel

Ophichthus melope

Ophichthus menezesi

Ophichthus mystacinus

Dottedline snake eel

Hollandse slangaal

Ophichthus parilis

Many-eyed snake-eel

Palespotted eel

Ornate Snake Eel

Punctuated snake-eel

Snake eel

Ophichthus roseus

Ophichthus rotundus

Rufus snake-eel

Ophichthus rugifer

Ophichthus rutidoderma

Slender snake-eel

Ophichthus singapurensis

Antillean snake-eel

Ophichthus stenopterus

Ophichthus tchangi

Ophichthus tetratrema

Ophichthus tsuchidae

Plain snake-eel

Ophichthus urolophus

Ophichthus woosuitingi

Yellow snake-eel

Slope conger

Ophisurus macrorhynchos

Eel - The serpent eel or sand snake-eel, Ophisurus serpens, is an eel of the genus Ophisurus, found in the eastern Atlantic, western Mediterranean, western Indian Ocean, western Pacific, and the north east coast of North Island in New Zealand.

Shorttail pike conger

Panturichthys fowleri

Mauritanian shortface eel

Panturichthys longus

Parabathymyrus brachyrhynchus

Parabathymyrus fijiensis

Parabathymyrus karrerae

Parabathymyrus macrophthalmus

Flapnose conger

Californian conger

Conger eel

Paraconger guianensis

Blackspot conger

Guinean conger

Paraconger ophichthys

Shorttail conger

Pouch snake eel

Sailfin eel

Paruroconger drachi

Short-maned sand-eel

Short-maned Sand Eel

Elastic eel

Phyllophichthus macrurus

Flappy snake-eel

Pisodonophis copelandi

Marble-toothed snake-eel

Pisodonophis hijala

Hoeven's snake eel

Pisodonophis semicinctus

Barred conger

Poeciloconger kapala

Powellichthys ventriosus

Promyllantor adenensis

Promyllantor atlanticus

Promyllantor purpureus

White ribbon eel - The white ribbon eel, Pseudechidna brummeri, is a species of saltwater eels, the only member of the genus Pseudechidna of the Muraenidae family.

Pseudomyrophis atlanticus

Slender worm eel

Diminutive worm eel

Smallfin worm-eel

Elongate worm eel

Purplemouthed conger

Eel

Pseudoxenomystax nielseni

Pacific mud eel

Pythonichthys macrurus

Pythonichthys microphthalmus

Pythonichthys sanguineus

Blackspotted snake eel

Galapagos snake eel

Smallfish snake-eel

Ophichthus

Rhechias bertini

Rhinophichthus penicillatus

Rhynchoconger ectenurus

Conger eel

Whiptail conger

Rhynchoconger guppyi

Bignose conger

Rhynchoconger squaliceps

Rhynchoconger trewavasae

Robinsia catherinae

Longface eel

Blacktail duckbill

Saurenchelys finitimus

Saurenchelys lateromaculatus

Saurenchelys meteori

Saurenchelys stylura

Saurenchelys taiwanensis

Scalanago lateralis

Grooved-jaw worm eel

Johnston snake-eel

Fringe-lipped worm eel

Scolecenchelys acutirostris

Shortfinned worm eel

Scolecenchelys borealis

Longfinned worm eel - The long-finned worm eel or short-headed worm eel, Scolecenchelys breviceps, is a snake eel of the genus Scolecenchelys, found in southern Australia between Rottnest Island and Tasmania, and around New Zealand, to depths of about 50 m, on sandy or muddy bottoms.

Deepwater big-eyed worm eel

Scolecenchelys chilensis

Scolecenchelys cookei

Scolecenchelys erythraeensis

Scolecenchelys godeffroyi

Indo-pacific slender worm-eel

Scolecenchelys japonica

Pearlbelly snake-eel

Narrow worm eel

Scolecenchelys nicholsae

Scolecenchelys okamurai

Scolecenchelys profundorum

Scolecenchelys puhioilo

Scolecenchelys tasmaniensis

Shortfinned worm eel

Orangehead worm-eel

Seale's moray eel

Spotted eel

Short-tailed viper-eel

Bean's sawtooth eel

Thread eel

Black sawtooth eel

Serrivomer danae

Serrivomer garmani

Crossthroat sawpalate

Black saw-toothed eel

Sawtooth eel - The Samoa sawtooth eel, Serrivomer samoensis, is a sawtooth eel of the genus Serrivomer, found in the south west Pacific at depths between 500 and 2,000 m.

Serrivomer schmidti

Snubnosed eel - The snubnosed eel, Simenchelys parasitica, also known as the pug-nosed eel, slime eel, or snub-nose parasitic eel, is a species of deep-sea eel and the only member of its genus.

Skythrenchelys lentiginosa

Skythrenchelys zabra

Sphagebranchus cinctus

Sphagebranchus kuro

Black serrivomerid eel - Stemonidium hypomelas is widely distributed in the Pacific Ocean and the southern Atlantic Ocean, at depths of 500-1,229 m.

Slender giant moray - The slender giant moray or gangetic moray, Strophidon sathete, is the longest member of the family of moray eels.

Grey cutthroat - The grey cutthroat eel, Synaphobranchus affinis, is a cutthroat eel, the only species in the genus Synaphobranchus, found globally.

Shortdorsal cutthroat eel

Synaphobranchus calvus

Synaphobranchus dolichorhynchus

Gray's cutthroat

Synaphobranchus oregoni

Thalassenchelys coheni

Thalassenchelys foliaceus

Thermobiotes mytilogeiton

Uroconger erythraeus

Slender conger

Threadtail conger

Blotched moray

Brownspotted snake moray

Uropterygius genie

Uropterygius golanii

Barlip reef-eel

Needle-tooth moray

Uropterygius makatei

Tidepool snake moray

Uropterygius nagoensis

Large-spotted snake moray

Many-spotted moray

Many-toothed snake moray

Two-holes moray

Uropterygius wheeleri

Freckleface reef-eel

Strange-toothed snake moray

Venefica multiporosa

Venefica ocella

Whipsnout sorcerer

Venefica procera

Venefica tentaculata

Fryer's false moray

Deepwater conger

Xenomystax austrinus

Xenomystax bidentatus

Bristletooth conger

Xenomystax trucidans

Xestochilus nebulosus

Xyrias guineensis

Speckled snake eel

Xyrias revulsus

Yirrkala chaselingi

Yirrkala fusca

Yirrkala insolitus

Earthworm snake-eel

Yirrkala macrodon

Yirrkala maculata

Yirrkala maculatus

Yirrkala misolensis

Yirrkala moluccensis

Yirrkala moorei

Thin sand-eel

Order Ateleopodiformes

Ateleopus indicus

Ateleopus japonicus

Ateleopus natalensis

Ateleopus purpureus

Ateleopus tanabensis

Highfin tadpole fish

Guentherus katoi

Jellynose

Ijimaia dofleini

Ijimaia fowleri

Loppe's tadpole fish

Deep water ateleopid fish

Parateleopus microstomus

Order Atheriniformes

Cape silverside

Atherina lopeziana

Atherinason hepsetoides

Moon silverside

Atherinella beani

Beach silverside

Brazilian silverside

Atherinella chagresi

Longfin silverside

Guatemala silverside

Silverside

Pitcher silverside

Broadstripe silverside

Atherinella nocturna

Thickscale silverside

Atherinella pallida

Panama silverside

Bright silverside

Star silverside

Spatular-scale silverside

Hawaiian Islands silverside

Culion silverside

Bristle herring

Ogilby's hardyhead

Topsmelt silverside - Atherinops affinis, the topsmelt silverside or simply topsmelt, is a species of neotropical silverside native to the eastern Pacific Ocean.

Jack silverside

Atherinosoma elongata

Pricklenose silverside

Bearded silverside

Delta silverside

False grunion

Spotted hardyhead

Mercer's tusked silverside - Mercer's tusked silverside originates from the western Central Pacific.

Gulaphallus panayensis

Barnes' silverside

Crenulated silverside

Bullhead fry

Fijian silverside

Whitley's silverside

Hypoatherina tsurugae

Surf sprite

Samoan surf sardine

Flower of the wave

Marine sailfin silverside

Short-snout hardyhead

Kestratherina esox

Leptatherina presbyteroides

Gulf grunion

California grunion

Blackback silverside

Querimana silverside

Backwaters silverside

Landia silverside

Rough silverside

Membras vagrans

Tide-water silverside - Inland silversides are quite elongate even for silverside, with lengths 6 to 7 times depth.

Key silverside - The key silverside is a U.

Tidewater silverside

Neostethus palawanensis

Neostethus villadolidi

Neostethus zamboangae

Notocheirus hubbsi

Odontesthes argentinensis

Pejerrey

Silverside

Odontesthes nigricans

Silverside

Silverside

Phallostethus lehi

Panatella silverside

Kiener's silverside

Order Aulopiformes

Ahliesaurus berryi

Ahliesaurus brevis

Lancet fish - Lancetfishes are large oceanic predatory fishes in the genus Alepisaurus , the only living genus in the family Alepisauridae.

Conejo de lo alto - Lancetfishes are large oceanic predatory fishes in the genus Alepisaurus , the only living genus in the family Alepisauridae.

Daggertooth - The North Pacific daggertooth, Anotopterus nikparini, is a daggertooth in the family Anotopteridae.

Daggertooth - Anotopterus vorax or south ocean daggertooth is a daggertooth described in 1913 by Regan.

White barracudina

Eastern Pacific flagfin

Guinean flagfin

Aulopus curtirostris

Aulopus damasi

Aulopus diactithrix

Aulopus microps

Aulopus milesii

Sergeant baker

Bathymicrops belyaninae

Bathymicrops brevianalis

Bathymicrops multispinis

Bathymicrops regis

Bathypterois andriashevi

Spiderfish

Bathypterois filiferus

Tripodfish - It spends much of its adult life standing on the ocean bottom on its fins.

Bathypterois guentheri

Bathypterois insularum

Bathypterois longicauda

Bathypterois oddi

Bathypterois parini

Bathypterois pectinatus

Bathypterois perceptor

Blackfin spiderfish

Bathypterois quadrifilis

Bathypterois ventralis

Bathypterois viridensis

Bathysauroides gigas

Black lizardfish - The black lizardfish or deep-water greeneye, Bathysauropsis gracilis, is a grinner of the genus Bathysauropsis, found around the world in the southern oceans, at depths of between 1,500 and 3,000 m.

Bathysauropsis malayanus

Deepsea lizardfish

Highfin lizardfish - Bathysaurus mollis is a species of fish in the Bathysauridae family.

Bathytyphlops marionae

Bathytyphlops sewelli

Pearleye

Benthalbella elongata

Zugmayer's pearleye

Longfin pearleye

Benthalbella macropinna

Chlorophthalmus albatrossis

Spinyjaw greeneye

Chlorophthalmus borealis

Chlorophthalmus brasiliensis

Chlorophthalmus corniger

Chlorophthalmus ichthyandri

Chlorophthalmus mento

Chlorophthalmus nigromarginatus

Chlorophthalmus pectoralis

Chlorophthalmus proridens

Chlorophthalmus zvezdae

Atlantic sabretooth

Coccorella atrata

Dolichosudis fuliginosa

Evermannella ahlstromi

Evermannella megalops

Telescopefish

Harpadon erythraeus - The Harpadon erythraeus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Western Indian Ocean .

Smallfinned Bombay duck - The Harpadon microchir is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-Pacific.

Bombay-duck - The origin of the term "Bombay duck" is uncertain.

Harpadon squamosus - The Harpadon squamosus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the coasts around India

Glassy bombay duck - The Glassy Bombay Duck lizardfish which is also known as Harpadon translucens is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives in the mainly in the Indo-West Pacific

Grideye fish

Ipnops meadi

Barracudina

Lestidiops bathyopteryx

Lestidiops cadenati

Lestidiops distans

Lestidiops extrema

Lestidiops gracilis

Lestidiops indopacifica

Barracudina

Strange pike smelt

Lestidiops neles

Lestidiops pacificus

Slender barracudina

Barracudina

Barracudina

Atlantic barracudina

Lestidium bigelowi

Lestidium prolixum

Japanese barracudina

Naked barracuda

Christmas Island pike smelt

Paperbones

Barracudina

Macroparalepis brevis

Macroparalepis danae

Macroparalepis johnfitchi

Macroparalepis longilateralis

Barracudina

Macroparalepis nigra

Duckbill barracudina

Magnisudis indica

Southern barracudina

Ringed barracudina

Antarctic jonasfish

Undistinguished sabretooth

Hammerjaw - The large head is dominated by a massive, truncated lower jaw and large, high-set eyes.

Paralepis brevirostris

Paralepis speciosa

Parasudis fraserbrunneri

Longnose greeneye

Paraulopus atripes

Chlorophthalmus

Paraulopus filamentosus

Paraulopus japonicus

Paraulopus legandi

Paraulopus maculatus

Paraulopus melanogrammus

Cucumber fish - The cucumber fish, Paraulopus nigripinnis, is a grinner of the genus Paraulopus, found around southern Australia and New Zealand on the continental shelf at depths of between 80 and 600 m.

Paraulopus novaeseelandiae

Paraulopus oblongus

Paraulopus okamurai

Pseudotrichonotus altivelis

Pseudotrichonotus xanthotaenia

Hubb's pearleye

Rosenblattichthys nemotoi

Chubby pearleye

Shortfin saury - The Shortfin saury lizardfish which is also known as Saurida argentea is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Western Pacific

Brazilian lizardfish - The Brazilian lizardfish which is also known as Saurida brasiliensis is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Eastern Atlantic

Smallscale lizardfish - The Smallscale lizardfish which is also known as Saurida caribbaea is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Western Atlantic

Slender lizardfish - The Slender lizardfish which is also known as Saurida elongata is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Northwest Pacific.

Filamentous saury

Orangemouth lizardfish

Shortjaw saury - The Shortjaw saury is a type of Lizardfish that lives mainly in the pacific

Longfin lizardfish - The Longfin Lizardfish is a type of Lizardfish that lives mainly in the Indian Ocean

Saury

Shortfin lizardfish - The Saurida microlepis is a type of Lizardfish that lives across the oceans of the world.

Shortjaw lizardfish - The Shortjaw lizardfish which is also known as the Saurida normani is a type of Lizardfish that lives mainly in lives in tropical waters

Saurida pseudotumbil - Saurida pseudotumbil are a type of Lizard Fish Synodontidae that live primarily off the coast of India.

Suspicious lizardfish - The Suspicious lizardfish also known as Saurida suspicio is a type of Lizardfish that lives mainly in the Caribbean

Saurida umeyoshii - The Shortfin saury lizardfish which is also known as Saurida argentea is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Western Pacific

Wanieso lizardfish - The Wanieso lizardfish is a type of lizardfish also known as Saurida wanieso that lives in the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian oceans .

Scopelarchoides climax

Scopelarchoides danae

Scopelarchoides kreffti

Scopelarchoides nicholsi

Bigfin pearleye

Scopelarchus stephensi

Scopelosaurus adleri

Scopelosaurus ahlstromi - Scopelosaurus ahlstromi is a waryfish of the family Notosudidae, found in all oceans, at depths of down to 500 m.

Waryfish

Scopelosaurus craddocki

Scopelosaurus gibbsi

Scopelosaurus hamiltoni

Scopelosaurus herwigi

Scopelosaurus hoedti

Scopelosaurus hubbsi

Blackfin waryfish

Scopelosaurus mauli

Scopelosaurus meadi

Stemonosudis bullisi

Stemonosudis distans

Stemonosudis elegans

Stemonosudis elongata

Stemonosudis gracilis

Stemonosudis intermedia

Sharpchin barracudina

Stemonosudis miscella

Stemonosudis molesta

Stemonosudis rothschildi

Stemonosudis siliquiventer

Fierce pike smelt

Barracudina

Synodus amaranthus - The Synodus amaranthus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Eastern Central Pacific.

Two-spot lizard fish - The Sand lizardfish which is also known as Synodus binotatus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-Pacific.

Capricorn lizardfish - The Capricorn lizardfish which is also known as Synodus capricornis, is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Pacific Ocean.

Arrowtooth lizardfish - The arrowtooth lizardfish, Synodus doaki, is a lizardfish of the family Synodontidae, found in the indo-Pacific oceans, at depths of between 9 and 200 m.

Inotted lizardfish - The Inotted lizardfish which is also known as Synodus evermanni is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Eastern Pacific.

Red lizard fish - The Synodus falcatus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Eastern Central Pacific.

Synodus fasciapelvicus

Synodus fuscus - The Synodus fuscus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Northwest Pacific.

Synodus gibbsi - The Synodus gibbsi is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indian Ocean and India.

Blackear lizardfish - The Blackear lizardfish which is also known as Synodus hoshinonis is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-West Pacific.

Lizardfish - The Sand diver, or Synodus intermedius is a species of lizardfish found aroud Bermuda and the northern Gulf of Mexico reaching to the Guianas.

Synodus isolatus

Lighthouse lizardfish - The Lighthouse lizardfish which is also known as Synodus jaculum is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-Pacific.

Synodus janus - The Synodus janus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Pacific

Gunther's lizard fish - The Gunther's lizardfish which is also known as Synodus kaianus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that seems to live mainly in the Pacific Ocean this fish species is extremely rare and so far only one specimen has been found in Hawaii.

Sauro lizardfish - The Sauro lizardfish which is also known as Synodus lacertinus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Eastern Pacific.

Lobel's lizardfish - The Synodus lobeli is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Northwest Pacific .

Smallscale lizardfish - The California lizardfish is a lizardfish primarily inhabiting the Californian coast.

Triplecross lizardfish - The Triplecross lizardfish which is also known as Synodus macrops is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-West Pacific.

Lizardfish - The Synodus marchenae is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that is found in the highest concentrations in the Southeast Pacific .

Synodus mascarensis - The Synodus mascarensis is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that is found in the highest concentrations in the Mascarene Ridge

Synodus mundyi

Largeeye lizardfish - The Synodus oculeus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Western Pacific.

Synodus orientalis - The Synodus orientalis is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Northwest Pacific .

Offshore lizardfish - The offshore lizardfish, Synodus poeyi, is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that occurs chiefly in the Western Atlantic

Synodus pylei

Synodus randalli - The Synodus randalli is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Western Indian Ocean and the Red Sea .

Redmarbled lizardfish - The Redmarbled lizardfish which is also known as Synodus saurus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-West Pacific.

Speartoothed grinner - The Speartoothed grinner lizardfish which is also known as Synodus sageneus is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-West Pacific.

Synodus sanguineus

Shorthead lizardfish - The Shorthead lizardfish which is also known as Synodus scituliceps is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Eastern Pacific

Sechura lizardfish - The Sechura lizardfish which is also known as Synodus sechurae is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the eastern pacific.

Lavender lizardfish - The lavender lizardfish, Synodus similis, is a lizardfish of the family Synodontidae, found in the western Pacific including Japan, north eastern Australia, Lord Howe Island, and northern New Zealand, at depths down to 75 m.

Synodus taiwanensis

Tail-bar lizardfish - The Synodus tectus lizardfish is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the Indo-West Pacific.

Synodus usitatus - The Synodus usitatus lizardfish is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that lives mainly in the indo-west pacific.

Uncisudis advena

Uncisudis longirostra

Uncisudis posteropelvis

Barracudina

Order Batrachoidiformes

Frogfish

Allenbatrachus meridionalis

Singapore toadfish

Bocon toadfish

Amphichthys hildebrandi

Amphichthys rubigenis

Aphos porosus

Puzzled toadfish

Boulenger's toadfish

Large-eye toadfish

Hairy toadfish

Cotuero toadfish - The cotuero toadfish is a species of fish in the Batrachoididae family.

Pacuma toadfish

Walker's toadfish

Walter's toadfish

Batrachomoeus dahli

Frogfish

Western frogfish

Batrachomoeus rubricephalus

Three-spined frogfish

White-ribbed toadfish

Snakehead toadfish

Pleated toadfish

Two-faced toadfish

Chocolate toadfish

Humpback toadfish

Flat toadfish

Dow's toadfish

Reticulated toadfish

Schmitt's toadfish

Lusitanian toadfish

Banded frogfish

Halophryne hutchinsi

Ocellated frogfish

Queensland toadfish

Opsanus brasiliensis

Bicolor toadfish

Leopard toadfish

Scarecrow toadfish

Perulibatrachus aquilonarius

Guinean toadfish

Perulibatrachus kilburni

Rossignol toadfish

Darkedge midshipman

Porichthys bathoiketes

Saddle midshipman

Greene's midshipman

Porichthys kymosemeum

Daisy midshipman

Mimetic midshipman

Specklefin midshipman

Midshipman

Smalleye midshipman

Porichthys oculofrenum

Porichthys pauciradiatus

Atlantic midshipman

Atlantic midshipman

Broadbodied toadfish

Whitespotted Toadfish

Bearded toadfish

Whitelined toadfish

Cozumel toadfish

Reticulated toadfish

Coral toadfish

Thalassophryne megalops

Toadfish

Copper Joe

Thalassophryne punctata

Toadfish

Toadfish

Triathalassothia lambaloti

Vladichthys gloverensis

Order Beloniformes

Barred longtom - Although they have no spine, they do have several soft rays.

Southeastern snub-nosed garfish

Short-beaked garfish

Cheilopogon abei

White-finned flyingfish

Glider flyingfish

Margined flyingfish

Cheilopogon doederleinii

Blackspot flyingfish

Bandwing flyingfish

Spotfin flyingfish

Blotchwing flyingfish

Cheilopogon intermedius

Cheilopogon katoptron

Atlantic flyingfish - Like many other flyingfishes, the Atlantic flyingfish has a cylindrical body, and large tail and pectoral fins that it uses for flight.

Guinean flyingfish

African flyingfish

Butterfly flyingfish

Smallhead flyingfish

California flyingfish

Cheilopogon pinnatibarbatus japonicus

Cheilopogon pinnatibarbatus melanocercus

Cheilopogon pitcairnensis

Easter island flyingfish

Short-nosed flying fish

Stained flyingfish

Manyspotted flyingfish

Sutton's flyingfish

Cheilopogon ventralis

Whitetip flyingfish

Hardhead - The hardhead halfbeak, Chriodorus atherinoides, is a species of halfbeak found across in coastal waters of the western Western Atlantic region from the southern USA to Mexico including Cuba and the Bahamas.

Saury

Pacific saury - It is known as sanma in Japanese, kongchi in Korean, qiu dao yu in Chinese, and saira in Russian.

Ornamented flyingfish

Flyingfish

Cypselurus hexazona

Cypselurus hiraii

Pharao flyingfish

Largescale flyingfish

Cypselurus starksi

Danichthys ilma

Slender halfbeak

Exocoetus gibbosus

Barbel flyingfish

Blunt-snouted flying fish

Exocoetus peruvianus

Sharpchin flyingfish

Jumping halfbeak

Balao halfbeak - The Halfbeak balao is similar in appearance to its relative, the Ballyhoo .

Bermuda halfbeak

Tropical half-beak fish

Blackbarred halfbeak

Lutke's halbeak

Three-by-two garfish

Balao

Whitespot flyingfish

Coromandel flyingfish

Banded flyingfish

Bony flyingfish

Black wing flyingfish

Hirundichthys socotranus

Mirrorwing flyingfish - Mirrorwing flyingfish have 10-12 soft rays on their dorsal fins and 11-13 rays on their anal fins.

Hyporhamphus acutus pacificus

Tropical halfbeak

Cape halfbeak

Congaturi halfbeak

Red Sea halfbeak

Hyporhamphus gernaerti

Choelo halfbeak

Halfbeak - The New Zealand piper, Hyporhamphus ihi, is a halfbeak found all around New Zealand in shallow inshore waters.

Shortfin halfbeak

Garfish

Hyporhamphus kronei

American halfbeak

Southern sea garfish

Hyporhamphus melanopterus

Pacific silverstripe halfbeak

Black-tipped garfish

Hyporhamphus neglectus

Hyporhamphus paucirastris

African halfbeak

Quoy's garfish

Eastern river garfish

Central American halfbeak

California halfbeak

Japanese halfbeak

Sind halfbeak

Skipper halfbeak

Simpletooth halfbeak

Hyporhamphus yuri

Philippine snubnose halfbeak - Melapedalion breve is a species of halfbeak.

Nomorhamphus australis

Halfbeak

False halfbeak

African sailfin flyingfish

Cape needlefish

Keeltail needlefish

Platybelone argalus lovii

Platybelone argalus platura

Kagu

Keeltail needlefish

Pipefish

Shortfin flyingfish

Flyingfish

Gyre flyingfish

Bluntnose flyingfish

Sailor flyingfish

Tringa flyingfish

Arabian flyingfish

Long billed half beak

Malabar halfbeak

Rhynchorhamphus naga

Saury

Dwarf saury

Californian needlefish

Strongylura fluviatilis

Reef needlefish

Banded needlefish

Strongylura notata forsythia

Shoulderspot needlefish

Senegal needlefish

Atlantic needlefish

D'urville's long-tom

Tylosurus acus imperialis

Keel-jawed needle fish

Agujon needlefish

Hound needlefish - While the houndfish has no spines, its dorsal fin has 21–25 soft rays, and its anal fin has 19–22.

Stout longtom

Agujon needlefish

Spotted long-tom

Silver needlefish - The freshwater garfish, Xenentodon cancila is the sole member of its genus.

Buffonis halfbeak

Zenarchopterus clarus

Short-nosed river-garfish

Bangkok halfbeak

Zenarchopterus quadrimaculatus

Short garfish

Zenarchopterus xiphophorus

Order Beryciformes

Splitfin flashlightfish

Shorthorn fangtooth - While understandably named for their disproportionately large, fang-like teeth and unapproachable visage, fangtooths are actually quite small and harmless to humans: the larger of the two species, the common fangtooth, reaches a maximum length of just 16 centimetres ; the shortthorn fangtooth is about half this size.

Common fangtooth - While understandably named for their disproportionately large, fang-like teeth and unapproachable visage, fangtooths are actually quite small and harmless to humans: the larger of the two species, the common fangtooth, reaches a maximum length of just 16 centimetres ; the shortthorn fangtooth is about half this size.

Aulotrachichthys latus

Aulotrachichthys prosthemius

Beryx mollis

Yelloweye nannygai

Centroberyx druzhinini

Swallow-tail

Centroberyx rubricaudus

Short alfonsino

Pineapplefish - The pineapplefish is native to coastal waters off Queensland, New South Wales, and Western Australia.

Red Roman

Parin's spiny fin

Longwing spinyfin

Diretmoides veriginae

Darwin's slimehead

Gephyroberyx philippinus

Squirrelfish

Miss darlington

Hoplostethus abramovi

Hoplostethus confinis

Hoplostethus crassispinus

Hoplostethus druzhinini

Hoplostethus fedorovi

Hoplostethus fragilis

Common sawbelly

Flintperch

Giant sawbelly

Hoplostethus marisrubri

Silver roughy

Hoplostethus mediterraneus trunovi

Hoplostethus melanopterus

Smallscale slimehead

Slimy head

Hoplostethus metallicus

Hoplostethus mikhailini

Atlantic roughy

Slimy head

Hoplostethus rifti

Hoplostethus rubellopterus

Hoplostethus shubnikovi

Hoplostethus tenebricus

Hoplostethus vniro

Atlantic flashlightfish

Pineconefish - Illustration of a pineconefish, with the anatomy of the skull exposed.

Monocentris neozelanicus

Pinecone fish

Shadowfin soldierfish

Brick soldierfish

Myripristis astakhovi

Grey soldierfish

Blacktip soldierfish

Yellowfin soldierfish

Yellow soldierfish

Earle's soldierfish

Myripristis formosa

Cardinal soldierfish

Whitespot soldierfish

Blacktip soldierfish

Bastard soldierfish - Myripristis jacobus is a Soldierfish from the Western Atlantic.

Myripristis kochiensis

Panamic soldierfish

Scarlet soldierfish

Myripristis robusta

Myripristis tiki

Little soldierfish

Lattice soldierfish

Whitetip soldierfish - Myripristis vittata is a Soldierfish from the Indo-Pacific.

Yellowtip soldierfish

Clearfin squirrelfish

Yellowstriped squirrelfish

Longjaw squirrelfish

Clearfin squirrelfish

Sammara squirrelfish

Optivus agastos

Optivus agrammus

Ostichthys acanthorhinus

Longsnout soldier

Ostichthys brachygnathus

Redcoat

Ostichthys hypsipterygion

Deepwater soldier

Ostichthys ovaloculus

Ostichthys sandix

Golden perch

Big-eye soldierfish

Paratrachichthys argyrophanus

Paratrachichthys atlanticus

Paratrachichthys fernandezianus

Paratrachichthys heptalepis

Paratrachichthys novaezelandicus

Paratrachichthys pulsator

Paratrachichthys sajademalensis

Common roughy - The sandpaper fish or common roughy, Paratrachichthys trailli, is a slimehead belonging to the family Trachichthyidae, found in southern Australia and southern New Zealand at depths of between 50 and 400 m.

Parinoberyx horridus

Parmops coruscans

Parmops echinatus

Eyelight fish

Flashlight fish

Gulf flashlightfish

Shy soldier

Cardinal soldierfish

Spinyface soldier

Cook Islands Flashlightfish

Deepwater squirrelfish

Silverspot squirrelfish

Reef squirrelfish

Crown squirrelfish - Crowned squirrelfish are commonly found on reefs of the Indo-Pacific, from East Africa to Tahiti.

Spotfin squirrelfish

Yellow-striped squirrelfish

Sargocentron furcatum

Red squirrelfish

Sargocentron hormion

Lattice squirrelfish

Dwarf squirrelfish

Samurai squirrelfish

Bigscale squirrelfish

Sargocentron marisrubri

Sargocentron megalops

Smallmouth squirrelfish

Saddle squirrelfish

Dark-striped squirrelfish

Speckled squirrelfish

Redcoat

Yellow-tipped squirrelfish

Sargocentron shimizui

Sabre squirrelfish

Sargocentron spinosissimum

Tinsel squirrelfish

Red squirrelfish - Sargocentron tiere is a Squirrelfish from the Indo-Pacific.

Pink squirrelfish

Dusky squirrelfish

Violet squirrelfish

Sargocentron wilhelmi

Hawaiian squirrelfish - Sargocentron xantherythrum is a Squirrelfish from the Central Eastern Pacific.

Little pineapple fish - The little pineapple fish, Sorosichthys ananassa, is a small slimehead of the family Trachichthyidae, the only member of the genus Sorosichthys, found in the eastern Indian Ocean, on the continental shelf of the southwestern coasts of Western Australia and South Australia, at depths of between 50 and 70 m.

Roughy

Order Carcharhiniformes

Flatnose cat shark - The flatnose cat shark, Apristurus acanutus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the northwest Pacific Ocean off Zhujiang, South China Sea.

Apristurus albisoma - Apristurus albisoma, the white-bodied catshark, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae.

Apristurus ampliceps - The roughskin catshark, Apristurus ampliceps, is a species of fish in the Scyliorhinidae family.

White ghost catshark - Apristurus aphyodes, the white ghost catshark, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in deep water in the northeast Atlantic between latitudes 57°N and 58°N.

Apristurus australis - The pinocchio catshark, Apristurus australis, is a species of fish in the Scyliorhinidae family.

Brown catshark - Brown catsharks have long, slender bodies with broad, bell-shaped snouts.

Bighead catshark

Hoary cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Demon cat sharks - The flaccid catshark, Apristurus exsanguis, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only around New Zealand.

Stout catshark - Apristurus fedorovi, or Federov's catshark, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae.

Humpback cat shark - The humpback cat shark is a little-known oviparous deepwater catshark.

Longfin cat shark - The longfin catshark, Apristurus herklotsi, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the western Pacific from Japan, the Philippines, East and South China seas, and the Kyūshū-Palau Ridge, at depths of between 530 and 865 m.

Smallbelly cat shark - The smallbelly catshark is not well known.

Apristurus internatus - Reproduction is oviparous.

Broadnose cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Japanese catshark

Longnose cat shark - The longnose catshark, Apristurus kampae, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the eastern central Pacific from central and southern California and the Gulf of California, between latitudes 38° N and 23° N, at depths down to 1,890.

Atlantic ghost catshark

Longhead cat shark - The longhead catshark, Apristurus longicephalus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the Indo-West Pacific from the Seychelles, Japan, the East China Sea, the Philippines, Australia, New Caledonia, and Mozambique, between latitudes 39° N and 22° S, at depths of between 680 and 900 m.

Flathead cat shark - The flathead catshark, Apristurus macrorhynchus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae in the order Carcharhiniformes, found in deep water in the northwest Pacific Ocean.

Broadmouth cat shark - The broadmouth catshark is oviparous.

Ghost cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Black roughscale catshark - The flatnose cat shark, Apristurus acanutus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the northwest Pacific Ocean off Zhujiang, South China Sea.

Smalleye cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Smalldorsal cat shark - The smalldorsal catshark is oviparous.

Largenose cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Smallfin cat shark - The smallfin catshark, Apristurus parvipinnis, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae in the order Carcharhiniformes, found in the western Atlantic at depths of between 635 and 1,115.

Fat catshark - Apristurus pinguis, the fat catshark, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only in deep water in the East China Sea.

Spatulasnout cat shark - The spatulasnout cat shark, Apristurus platyrhynchus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the western Pacific between latitudes 35° N and 1° N.

Deepwater cat shark - The deepwater catshark, Apristurus profundorum, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the western Atlantic from Delaware Bay and Suriname, and from the eastern Atlantic from Morocco and northwest Africa.

Broadgill cat shark - The broadgill catshark is oviparous.

Saldanha catshark - The Saldanha catshark, Apristurus saldanha, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found from Cape Columbine to south of False Bay in South Africa, between latitudes 31° S and 40° S.

Pale cat shark - The pale catshark is oviparous.

South China cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Spongehead cat shark - The spongehead catshark, Apristurus spongiceps, is a rare species of deep-sea catshark, family Scyliorhinidae.

Panama ghost catshark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Australian spotted catshark - The Australian spotted catshark, Asymbolus analis, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only around Australia between latitudes 32° S and 38° S, at depths of between 10 and 180 m.

Blotched catshark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Starry catshark

Western spotted catshark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Pale spotted catshark - The pale spotted spotted catshark, Asymbolus pallidus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only off Queensland, at depths of between 225 and 400 m.

Dwarf catshark - Asymbolus pallidus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only off West Australia, at depths of between 200 and 400 m.

Asymbolus rubiginosus - Asymbolus rubiginosus is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only off West Australia, at depths of between 25 and 540 m.

Variegated catshark - The Australian spotted catshark, Asymbolus analis, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only around Australia between latitudes 32° S and 38° S, at depths of between 10 and 180 m.

Gulf cat shark - The gulf catshark, Asymbolus vincenti, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only off Western Australia at depths of between 27 and 220 m.

Atelomycterus baliensis - Atelomycterus baliensis, is a catshark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only from the Indonesian island of Bali.

Banded sand catshark - The banded sand catshark, Atelomycterus fasciatus, is a catshark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the Indo-West Pacific Ocean endemic to northern Australia between latitudes 10° S and 21° S, at depths of between 27 and 120 m.

Australian marbled catshark - The Australian marbled catshark, Atelomycterus macleayi, is a catshark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the eastern Indian Ocean endemic to Western Australia between latitudes 12° S and 21° S, from the surface to 245 m.

Marbled cat shark - Females reach sexual maturity when about 20" long.

Eastern banded catshark

New Caledonia cat shark - The New Caledonia catshark is a rare and vulnerable inshore catshark found around coral reefs.

Black-spotted cat shark - The Australian blackspotted catshark, Aulohalaelurus labiosus, is a catshark of the family Scyliorhinidae in the order Carcharhiniformes, endemic to Western Australia in the eastern Indian Ocean between latitudes 28° S and 36° S.

Dusky catshark

Knopp's shark - The bignose shark or Knopp's shark, Carcharhinus altimus, is a species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, found worldwide between the latitudes of 40° N and 34° S.

Blacktail reef shark - *ambiguous synonym

Borneo shark - The Borneo shark is evaluated as Endangered on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species.

Bronze - The copper shark has a blunt broad snout, narrow bent cusps on the upper teeth, and no interdorsal ridge.

Nervous shark - The nervous shark, Carcharhinus cautus, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the western Pacific Ocean between latitudes 5° S and 30° S.

Blackspot shark - *ambiguous synonym

Creek whaler - It is viviparous.

Pondicherry shark - The Pondicherry shark, Carcharhinus hemiodon is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the Indo-West Pacific Ocean between latitudes 25° N and 13° S.

Eventooth shark - The finetooth shark, Carcharhinus isodon, is a species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, found in the western Atlantic Ocean from North Carolina to Brazil.

Smooth tooth blacktip shark - The only known specimen measures 75 cm long.

Carcharhinus macrops

Caribbean reef shark - The Caribbean reef shark, Carcharhinus perezi is a species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae.

Queriman shark - The sandbar shark is also called the thickskin shark or brown shark.

Shark - The smalltail shark, Carcharhinus porosus, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the western Atlantic Ocean between latitudes 32° N and 36° S.

Shark - The night shark, Carcharhinus signatus, is a species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, found in the temperate and tropical waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Black-tip shark - The spottail shark, Carcharhinus sorrah, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the Indo-West Pacific oceans waters between latitudes 31° N and 31° S, from the surface to 140 m.

Whitefin swellshark - Early specimens of the whitefin swellshark were often mistaken for the Australian swellshark or the draughtsboard shark .

Circle-blotch pygmy swell shark

Cook’s swellshark - The Cook's swellshark was described by Peter Last, Bernard Séret, and William White in a 2008 Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation publication.

Australian reticulate swellshark - Once thought to be the same species as the reticulated swellshark of Vietnam and Hainan, the Australian reticulate swellshark was described as a separate species by William White and David Ebert in a 2008 Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation publication.

Draughtsboard shark - The draughtsboard shark is a species of catshark, family Scyliorhinidae, so named for its "checkerboard" color pattern of dark blotches.

Australian swellshark - The Australian swellshark or draughtboard shark is a species of catshark, family Scyliorhinidae, endemic to southern Australia.

Cephaloscyllium parvum

Painted swellshark - The painted swellshark was initially identified with the Australian Cephaloscyllium "sp.

Speckled swellshark - In 1994, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation chief researchers Peter Last and John Stevens provisionally gave the name Cephaloscyllium "sp.

Swell shark - The balloon shark, Cephaloscyllium sufflans, is a catshark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the western Indian Ocean from Mozambique and Natal, South Africa, between latitudes 19° S and 28° S, at depths of between 40 and 600 m.

Blotchy swell shark - The blotchy swell shark, Cephaloscyllium umbratile, is a catshark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the subtropical western Pacific Ocean from Japan to the South China Sea, at depths of between 20 and 200 m.

Saddled swellshark - In 1994, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation chief researchers Peter Last and John Stevens recognized five undescribed swellsharks in Australian waters.

Swellshark - It grows to about 100 centimeters The swellshark's appearance resembles that of the leopard shark in that it has spots.

Narrowbar swellshark - In 1994, Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation chief researchers Peter Last and John Stevens applied the provisional name Cephaloscyllium "sp.

Lollipop cat shark - The lollipop catshark, Cephalurus cephalus, is a little-known species of deep sea catshark, family Scyliorhinidae, and the only described member of its genus.

Harlequin cat shark - The harlequin catshark, Ctenacis fehlmanni, is a finback catshark of the family Proscylliidae, the only member of the genus Ctenacis, found in the western Indian Ocean off Somalia at depths of between 70 and 170 m.

Cuban ribbontail catshark - The Cuban ribbontail catshark is ovoviviparous.

Pygmy ribbontail cat shark - The pygmy ribbontail catshark, Eridacnis radcliffei, is a species of finback catshark, family Proscylliidae, distributed patchily in the western Indo-Pacific from Tanzania to the Philippines.

African ribbontail catshark - The African ribbontail catshark is ovoviviparous giving birth to two young per litter.

Arrow headed hammerhead shark - The winghead shark, Eusphyra blochii, is a species of hammerhead shark, family Sphyrnidae, named for the remarkably wide lobes on its head.

Australian sawtail catshark

Northern sawtail shark

Whiskery shark - Reproduction is ovoviviparous, with 5 to 24 pups in a litter, 20 to 25 cm long at birth.

Maneater shark - The tiger shark, Galeocerdo cuvier is a species of requiem shark and the only member of the genus Galeocerdo.

Eastern school shark - Reproduction is ovoviviparous.

Atlantic sawtail cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Gecko cat shark - The gecko catshark, Galeus eastmani, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in deep water in the western Pacific from Japan and the East China Sea, and possibly Viet Nam and the Philippines.

Slender sawtail catshark - The slender sawtail catshark, Galeus gracilis, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found off northern Australia, at depths of between 290 and 4,730 m.

Longnose sawtail cat shark - The longnose sawtail cat shark, Galeus longirostris, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only from the northwest Pacific islands of Amami Ōshima, Ogasawara and Izu.

Southern sawtail catshark - The southern sawtail catshark, Galeus mincaronei, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only from southern Brazil, at depths from 230 to 600 m.

Mouse catshark - The mouse catshark, Galeus murinus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found from Iceland and the Faroe Islands, at depths of between 475 and 1,200 m.

Broadfin sawtail cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Peppered cat shark - Reproduction is probably oviparous.

African sawtail catshark - The African sawtail catshark, Galeus polli, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found from southern Morocco to Namibia, at depths of between 200 and 720 m.

Galeus priapus

Blacktip sawtail cat shark - The blacktip sawtail catshark, Galeus sauteri, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the western Pacific, at depths of between 60 and 90 m.

Dwarf sawtail cat shark - The dwarf sawtail catshark, Galeus schultzi, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found exclusively off Luzon in the Philippines.

Springer's sawtail cat shark - The Springer's sawtail cat shark, Galeus springeri, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found in the western central Atlantic from Lesser Antilles, Puerto Rico, the north coast of Hispaniola, and Cuba, at depths of between 450 and 700 m.

Northern river shark - Northern river sharks are likely piscivorous.

Irrawaddy river shark - The Irrawaddy river shark, Glyphis siamensis, is a species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, known only from a single museum specimen originally caught at the mouth of the Irrawaddy River in Myanmar.

Sailback hound shark - Reproduction is ovoviviparous.

Slender smooth hound - The slender smooth-hound, Gollum attenuatus, is a finback catshark of the family Proscylliidae, the only member of the genus Gollum, found off New Zealand, New Caledonia, Fiji and the east coast of Australia at depths from 120 to 660 m.

Arabian catshark - The Arabian catshark, Halaelurus alcockii, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae.

Speckled cat shark - The speckled catshark, Halaelurus boesemani, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae, found in the Gulf of Aden and off Somalia, also known around Viet Nam, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Western Australia, between latitudes 21° N and 26° S, at depths of between 40 and 250 m.

Cat shark - The dusky catshark, Halaelurus canescens, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae, found from Peru and Chile to the Straits of Magellan.

Broadhead cat shark - The broadhead catshark, Halaelurus clevai, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae.

New Zealand catshark - The New Zealand catshark is a small little-known deepwater bottom shark.

Bristly cat shark - The bristly catshark, Halaelurus hispidus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae, found from southeastern India and the Andaman Islands between latitudes 15° N and 5° N, at depths of between 200 and 300 m.

Spotless cat shark - The spotless catshark, Halaelurus immaculatus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae occurring the South China Sea at depths of between 535 and 1,020 m on the continental slope.

Banded catshark - The lined catshark, Halaelurus lineatus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae, found from Beira, Mozambique to East London, South Africa between latitudes 19° S and 31° S, from the surface to 290 m.

Brown catshark

Indonesian Speckled Catshark

Quagga cat shark - The quagga catshark is found on the continental shelves, on or near the bottom.

Halaelurus sellus

Brown shy shark - The brown shyshark was first described by South African ichthyologist James Leonard Brierley Smith in 1950, in the scientific journal Annals and Magazine of Natural History.

Haploblepharus kistnasamyi - This species was once considered to be the "Natal" form of the puffadder shyshark, which differed from the main "Cape" form in appearance and habitat preferences.

Dark shy shark - The dark shyshark or pretty happy, Haploblepharus pictus, is a species of catshark, family Scyliorhinidae, endemic to the temperate waters off southern Namibia and western South Africa.

Australian weasel shark - The Australian weasel shark, Hemigaleus australiensis, is a weasel shark of the family Hemigaleidae, found in the tropical eastern Indian Ocean to the Western Pacific including Australia, at depths of between 12 and 170 m.

Snaggletooth shark - Coloration is light grey or bronzy with no prominent markings.

Deepwater sicklefin hound shark - The deepwater sicklefin hound shark, Hemitriakis abdita, is a hound shark of the family Triakidae found in the western central Pacific from the Coral Sea off Queensland, Australia and from New Caledonia.

Hemitriakis complicofasciata

Sicklefin hound shark - The sicklefin hound shark, Hemitriakis falcata, is a rare hound shark of the family Triakidae endemic to Western Australia.

Hemitriakis indroyonoi

Japanese topeshark - The Japanese topeshark, Hemitriakis japanica, is a hound shark of the family Triakidae, reaching lengths of up to 1.

Whitefin tope shark - The whitefin topeshark is tropical shark which inhabits coastal waters.

Holohalaelurus favus - The Holohalaelurus favus is a type of shark in the Western Indian Ocean areas near South Africa.

Holohalaelurus grennian - The Holohalaelurus grennian is a type of shark in the Western Indian Ocean waters near Kenya.

Izak catshark - The Izak catshark, Holohalaelurus regani, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae, found in the southeast Atlantic and western Indian Ocean, from southern Namibia to southern Mozambique, and Kenya and Somalia, between latitudes 4° S and 37° S, at depths of between 160 and 740 m.

Blacktip houndshark - The blacktip tope, Hypogaleus hyugaensis, is a hound shark of the family Triakidae, the only member of the genus Hypogaleus, found in deep water on the continental shelf in the Indo-West Pacific from East Africa to Japan, at depths of between 40 and 230 m.

Longnose hound shark - The longnose houndshark, Iago garricki, is a hound shark of the family Triakidae found in the western Pacific off northern Australia and Vanuatu between latitudes 9° S and 26° S, at depths of between 250 and 475 m.

Bigeye hound shark - The bigeye houndshark, Iago omanensis, is a hound shark of the family Triakidae found on deep continental shelves in the western Indian Ocean from the Red Sea to southwestern India, between latitudes 30° N and 10° N, at depths of between 110 and 2,200 m.

Daggernose shark - The daggernose shark, Isogomphodon oxyrhynchus, is a little-known species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae, and the only extant member of its genus.

Broadfin shark - The broadfin shark, Lamiopsis temminckii, the only member of the genus Lamiopsis, is a shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the tropical waters of the Indo-Pacific oceans between latitudes 24° N and 4° S, from the surface to 50 m.

Barbeled hound shark - The barbeled houndshark, Leptocharias smithii, is a species of ground shark and the only member of the family Leptochariidae.

Mustelus albipinnis - There are four other species of Mustelus in the eastern part of the Northern Pacific Ocean.

Smooth-hound

Grey smooth-hound - The grey smooth-hound, Mustelus californicus, is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, found on the continental shelves of the subtropical eastern Pacific from northern California to the Gulf of California between latitudes 40° N and 23° N, from the surface to 200 m.

Sharpnose smooth hound - The sharptooth smooth-hound dwells on the bottom, feeding on crustaceans, particularly shrimps.

Striped smooth hound - Reproduction is Ovoviviparous, with length at birth up to 39 cm.

Japanese gray smooth hound - The spotless smooth-hound, Mustelus griseus, is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, found on the continental shelves of the northwest Pacific between latitudes 40° N and 11° N, from the surface to 300 m.

Brown smooth-hound - Reproduction is viviparous.

Smalleye smooth hound - Reproduction is viviparous, with 1 to 7 pups in a litter.

Sicklefin smooth-hound - Reproduction is ovoviviparous.

Smooth hound - The speckled smooth-hound, Mustelus mento, is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, found on the continental shelves of the subtropical eastern Pacific between latitudes 0° and 54° S, at depths of from 16 to 50 m.

Mustelus minicanis - Reproduction of striped smooth-hounds is Ovoviviparous.

Arabian smooth hound - The Arabian smooth-hound, Mustelus mosis, is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, found on the continental shelves of the tropical western Indian Ocean from the Red Sea and East Africa to the Maldives, India and Sri Lanka between latitudes 30° N and 7° N, at depths of between 20 and 250 m.

Florida smoothhound - The narrowfin smooth-hound , Mustelus norrisi, is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, found on the continental shelves of the subtropical western Atlantic from Florida and the northern Gulf of Mexico to Venezuela, and also southern Brazil, between latitudes 32° N and 36° S, from the surface to 100 m.

Smoothound - Reproduction is Ovoviviparous.

Australian grey smooth-hound - The Mustelus ravidus is a type of shark native to the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean waters surrounding Australia.

Narrownose smooth hound - Narrownose smooth-hounds feed on crabs and probably other crustaceans, and presumably small fishes.

Gulf smoothhound - Reproduction is Ovoviviparous.

White-spotted gummy shark

Eastern spotted gummy shark

Humpback smooth hound - The humpback smooth-hound, Mustelus whitneyi, is a houndshark of the family Triakidae, found on the continental shelves of the tropical southeast Pacific from Peru to southern Chile between latitudes 3° S and 54° S, at depths of between 15 and 210 m.

White-fin smooth-hound - The Mustelus widodoi is a type of tropical shark in the Bali and Indonesia areas of the Western Pacific.

Requiem shark - It is viviparous, with 5 young in a litter, the size at birth being about 53 cm.

Requiem shark - The lemon shark, Negaprion brevirostris, is a shark belonging to the family Carcharhinidae that can grow 10 feet long.

Whitetip weasel shark - Reproduction is viviparous.

Slender weasel shark - The slender weasel shark is a harmless Viviparous species, about which little is known.

Straighttooth weasel shark - Reproduction is viviparous.

White-tip Catshark - The Parmaturus albimarginatus is a type of deepwater shark in the Western Pacific waters near New Caledonia.

White-clasper catshark - The Parmaturus albipenis is a deepwater shark in the Western Pacific waters near New Caledonia.

Beige catshark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Campeche catshark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Velvet catshark - The Parmaturus lanatus is a type of deep-water shark in the Western Pacific waters near Indonesia.

Mcmillan's cat shark - McMillan's cat shark is a small, rare and little-known deepwater shark.

Blackgill catshark

Salamander shark - There are high levels of squalene in its liver.

Filetail catshark - Filetail catsharks get their name from the toothlike projections on its skin.

Onefin cat shark - The onefin catshark, Pentanchus profundicolus, is a catshark of the family Scyliorhinidae, the only member of the genus Pentanchus.

Striped cat shark - The striped catshark is a distinctive animal having a head and body pale grey with dark grey to blue longitudinal stripes.

Barbeled catshark - The leopard catshark is similar to the striped catshark, but is smaller and has a leopard-like dorsal pattern of dark spots, rings or rosettes.

Blue whaler shark - The blue shark is the most widely distrubted animal in the world.

Graceful cat shark - The graceful catshark, Proscyllium habereri, is a finback catshark of the family Proscylliidae, found in the western Pacific Ocean, from southeastern Japan to Viet Nam and northwestern Java, at depths of between 50 and 100 m.

Proscyllium magnificum

False catshark - The false catshark, Pseudotriakis microdon, is a deep-sea ground shark and the sole species in the family Pseudotriakidae.

Brazilian sharpnose shark - The Brazilian sharpnose shark, Rhizoprionodon lalandii, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the tropical waters of the western Atlantic Ocean between latitudes 13° N and 33° S, at depths of between 3 and 70 m.

Pacific sharpnose shark - The Pacific sharpnose shark, Rhizoprionodon longurio, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the subtropical waters of the eastern Pacific Ocean between latitudes 33° N and 16° S, from the surface to 27 m.

Caribbean sharpnose shark - The Caribbean sharpnose shark, Rhizoprionodon porosus, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the tropical waters of the western Atlantic Ocean and the Caribbean between latitudes 28° N and 40° S, from the surface to 500 m.

Atlantic sharpnose shark - The Atlantic sharpnose shark, Rhizoprionodon terraenovae, is a requiem shark of the family Carcharhinidae, found in the subtropical waters of the western Atlantic Ocean between latitudes 43° N and 25° S, at depths of from 10 to 280 m.

Narrowmouth cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Red-spotted cat shark - Redspotted catsharks range in length from 30 to 66 cm, although these sizes are taken from captured sharks, and it is believed that they may grow larger than this.

Narrowtail cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Lizard catshark - The lizard catshark, Schroederichthys saurisqualus, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found off southern Brazil, at depths of between 122 and 435 m.

Slender cat shark

Smallspotted catshark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Yellow-spotted cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Nurse hound - Reproduction is oviparous.

Comoro cat shark - The Comoro cat shark, Scyliorhinus comoroensis, is a rare cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae, the holotype and only specimen taken from the Comoro Islands in the Indian Ocean at 400 m.

Brown-spotted cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Freckled cat shark - The freckled catshark, Scyliorhinus haeckelii, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found on the continental shelf and upper slope from the western Atlantic from western Venezuela, Suriname, Brazil, and Uruguay between latitudes 11° N and 32° S.

White-saddled cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Blotched cat shark - The blotched catshark was first scientifically described in 1966 by American ichthyologist Stewart Springer, based on a 25 cm long immature male caught off Cape Canaveral, Florida.

Izu cat shark - The Izu cat shark, Scyliorhinus tokubee, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found only around Japan, at depths down to 100 m.

Cloudy cat shark - The cloudy catshark, Scyliorhinus torazame, is a species of catshark, family Scyliorhinidae, found on the outer continental shelves and upper continental slopes of the northwestern Pacific Ocean to a depth of 320 m .

Cat shark - The dwarf catshark, Scyliorhinus torrei, is a cat shark of the family Scyliorhinidae found off southern Florida, the Bahamas, and Cuba.

Flapnose houndshark - The flapnose houndshark, Scylliogaleus quecketti, is a hound shark of the family Triakidae, the only member of the genus Scylliogaleus, found from subtropical South Africa, in the western Indian Ocean between latitudes 27° S and 33° S.

Scalloped bonnethead - Probably the smallest species of hammerhead shark, the scalloped bonnethead measures up to 92 cm long.

Whitefin hammerhead - In appearance the whitefin hammerhead is very similar to the scalloped hammerhead, with a moderately broad, narrow-bladed head .

Scoophead shark - One of the smaller hammerheads, the scoophead measures 150 cm long; adult males measure 90 cm long and adult females 100-133 cm.

Bonnet hammerhead - Characterized by a broad, smooth, spade-like head, they have the smallest cephalofoil of all Sphyrna.

Smooth hound - Reproduction is ovoviviparous.

Smooth hound - Reproduction is ovoviviparous, with about 14 pups to a litter, and size at birth 30 to 40 cm.

Spotted gullyshark - Reproduction is ovoviviparous.

Leopard shark - The leopard shark is a species of houndshark, family Triakidae, found along the Pacific coast of North America from the U.

Order Cetomimiformes

Ataxolepis apus

Ataxolepis henactis

Velvet whalefish - The velvet whalefish, Barbourisia rufa, is a deep-sea whalefish, the sole member of its family Barbourisiidae.

Cetichthys indagator

Cetichthys parini

Cetomimoides parri

Cetomimus compunctus

Cetomimus craneae

Cetomimus gillii

Whalefish

Cetomimus kerdops

Cetomimus picklei

Cetomimus teevani

Pink flabby whalefish

Danacetichthys galathenus

Ditropichthys storeri

Festive ribbonfish

Gyrinomimus andriashevi

Gyrinomimus bruuni

Flabby whalefish - Gyrinomimus grahami is a flabby whalefish of the genus Gyrinomimus, found in all the southern oceans.

Gyrinomimus myersi

Gyrinomimus simplex

Megalomycter teevani

Hairyfish

Trunov southern cetomimid

Parataeniophorus bertelseni

Parataeniophorus brevis

Parataeniophorus gulosus

Procetichthys kreffti

Savage's birdsnouted whalefish

Redmouth whalefish - Like the plant genus of the same name, this genus is named after Guillaume Rondelet.

Vitiaziella cubiceps

Order Characiformes

Salminus franciscanus

Order Chimaeriformes

Elephant fish - The elephantfish is a species of fish in the Callorhinchidae family.

Cape elephantfish - The Cape elephantfish, josef, or st.

Ghost shark - It is found off southern Australia, and south of East Cape and Kaipara Harbour in New Zealand, at depths of 200 meters to 500 meters.

Whitefin chimarea

Chimaera - The Cuban chimaera is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Southern chimaera

Chimaera jordani - Jordan's chimaera is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Carpenter's chimaera

Longspine chimaera

Rabbit fish

Shortspine chimaera

Chimaera owstoni - Owston's chimaera, Chimaera owstoni, is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Chimaera panthera

Silver chimaera - The silver chimaera is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Smallspine spookfish - The smallspine spookfish is a species of fish in the Rhinochimaeridae family.

Smalleyed rabbitfish

African chimaera - The African chimaera is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Hydrolagus alberti - The gulf chimaera is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Hydrolagus alphus

Hydrolagus barbouri - The ninespot chimaera, Hydrolagus barbouri, is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Pale ghost shark - The pale ghost shark, Hydrolagus bemisi, is a shortnose chimaera of the family Chimaeridae.

Angel fish - The spotted ratfish has a very distinct appearance compared to unrelated fish species.

Philippine chimaera

Hydrolagus eidolon

Black ghostshark

Blackfin ghostshark - The bight ghostshark or blackfin ghostshark is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Hydrolagus lusitanicus

Hydrolagus macrophthalmus - The bigeye chimaera is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Hydrolagus marmoratus

Striped rabbitfish - These 40-cm long fishes have an unusual appearance; they have wing-like pectoral fins, a pointed dorsal fin and a long whip-like tail.

Gal

Large-eyed rabbitfish

Spookfish - Hydrolagus mitsukurii is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Dark ghost shark - The dark ghost shark, Hydrolagus novaezealandiae, is a shortnose chimaera of the family Chimaeridae, found on the continental shelf around the South Island of New Zealand.

Ghostshark - Ogilby's ghostshark or whitefish is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Pallid chimaera

Purple chimaera - The purple chimaera or purple ghostshark is a species of fish in the Chimaeridae family.

Pointy-nosed blue chimaera

Hydrolagus waitei

Neoharriotta carri - The dwarf sicklefin chimaera is a species of fish in the Rhinochimaeridae family.

Sicklefin chimaera - The sicklefin chimaera is a species of fish in the Rhinochimaeridae family.

Neoharriotta pumila - The Arabian sicklefin chimaera is a species of fish in the Rhinochimaeridae family.

Rhinochimaera africana - The paddlenose chimaera or paddlenose spookfish is a species of fish in the Rhinochimaeridae family.

Spearnose chimaera - The broadnose chimaera, knifenose chimaera, spearnose chimaera, or straightnose rabbitfish is a species of fish in the Rhinochimaeridae family.

Pacific spookfish

Order Clupeiformes

Blueback glut herring - Blueback Shad is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Alosa.

Alabama shad - The Alabama shad spawns in medium to large flowing rivers from the Mississippi River drainage to the Suwannee River, Florida.

Blue herring - During mating season, assemble below dams in spring .

Black Sea shad - Black Sea Shad is a species of fish in the Clupeidae family.

Fall herring - Alosa mediocris is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Alosa.

Kyack - Alewives are perhaps best known for their invasion of the Great Lakes by using the Welland Canal to bypass Niagara Falls.

Atlantic shad - The American shad or Atlantic shad, Alosa sapidissima, is a species of anadromous fish in family Clupeidae of order Clupeiformes.

Azov shad - Alosa tanaica is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Alosa.

Bleeker smoothbelly sardinella

Smooth-belly sardinella

Northern pilchard

Longfin Pacific anchovy

Regan's anchovy

Key anchovy

Chame Point anchovy

Bermuda anchovy

Carribean anchovy

Deep body anchovy

Cuban anchovy

Anchovy

Anchovy

Eigenmann's anchovy

Slender anchovy

Longfinger anchovy

Heller's anchovy

Rio anchovy

Anchoveta

Anchovy - Anchoa lyolepis is a species of fish in the Engraulidae family.

Marini's anchovy

Anchovy

False panama anchovy

Northern gulf anchovy

Anchovy

Anchovy

Bigfin anchovy

Scofield's anchovy

Anchovy

Starks's anchovy

Piquitinga anchovy

Trinidad anchovy

Walker's anchovy

Zabaleta anchovy

Anchoveta

Balboa anchovy

Blackburns's anchovy

Cayenne anchovy

Elongate anchovy

Anchovy

Poey's anchovy

Indonesian gizzard shad

Thai gizzard shad

Brazilian menhaden

Finescale menhaden

Gulf menhaden - The Gulf menhaden occurs throughout the Gulf of Mexico, but its distribution is heterogeneous.

Argentine menhaden

Yellowfin menhaden

Bony fish - Menhaden historically occurred in large numbers in the North Atlantic, ranging from Nova Scotia, Canada to central Florida, USA, although their presence in northern waters has diminished in the 20th Century.

Atlantic anchoveta

Pacific anchoveta

Spiny toothed herringlet

Whitefin wolf-herring

Chinese gizzard shad

White Sea herring - Organisms of the species Clupea pallasii manifest a bluish-green dorsal area with silver-white sides and bellies; they are otherwise unmarked.

Chosa herring - Organisms of the species Clupea pallasii manifest a bluish-green dorsal area with silver-white sides and bellies; they are otherwise unmarked.

Goldspotted grenadier anchovy

Gray's grenadier anchovy

Japanese grenadier anchovy

Neglected grenadier anchovy

Ramcarat grenadier anchovy

Many-fingered grenadier anchovy

Reynald's grenadier anchovy

Ganges river sprat

Day's round herring

American gizzard shad - Like other gizzard shads, the body is deep somewhat forward of the middle.

Threadfin shad - The Threadfin Shad, Dorosoma petenense, is a small pelagic planktivor common in rivers, large streams, and reservoirs of the Southeastern United States.

Hasselt's sprat - Until the 1980s in the eastern Mediterranean slender rainbow sardines were frequently confused with the rainbow sardine .

Malabar sprat

Devis' anchovy

Blue anchovy

Philippine anchovy

Oceanic anchovy

Anchovy

Engraulis albidus

Argentine anchoita - By biomass, it is the largest fish resource of the southwest Atlantic Ocean .

Australian anchovy - The Australian anchovy feeds on plankton.

European anchovy - It is easily distinguished by its deeply-cleft mouth, the angle of the gape being behind the eyes.

Camiguana anchovy

Californian anchovy

Anchoveta - Anchoveta are pelagic fish in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, and are regularly caught on the coasts of Peru, and Chile.

Slender white sardine

Deep-bodied herring

Pacific menhaden

Whitehead's round herring

Gilchrist's round herring

Blackbill sprat

Hardback herring - It has a solid back with dark streaks and usually a small dark spot at the upper edge of the operculum and sometimes one located at the shoulder.

Pacific flatiron herring

Blackburn's herring

Castelnau's herring

Herklotsichthys collettei

Blacksaddle herring

Goto's herring

Koningsberger's herring

Australian spotted herring

Gulf herring

Herklotsichthys ovalis

Blueline herring

Reunion herring

Kelee shad

Translucent sprat - The Glassy sprat, Hyperlophus translucidus, is a type of sprat fish.

Sandy sprat - The Sandy sprat, Hyperlophus vittatus, also known as the glassies, glassy, white pilchard, or whitebait, is a type of sprat fish.

African ilisha

Ilisha compressa

Pacific ilisha

Crescent long-tailed ilisha

Kalimantan ilisha

Big eye ilisha

Hidden ilisha

Javan ilisha

Lobejaw ilisha

Banded ilisha

Little-eye herring

Shortstriped round herring

Konoshiro gizzard shad

Graceful piquitinga

Blackstripe herring

Atlantic piquitinga

Pacific piquitinga

Pacific sabretooth anchovy

Perth herring

Galathea gizzard shad

Japanese gizzard shad

Nematalosa persara

Nematalosa resticularia

Western Australian gizzard shad

Cuban longfin herring

Tropical longfin herring

Caribbean longfin herring

Panama longfin herring

Galapagos thread herring

Slender thread herring

Middling thread herring

Atlantic thread herring - It has a dark blue-gray back, silvery sides, a white belly and a small head.

Dove's longfin herring

Vaqueira longfin herring

Equatorial longfin herring

Bigeyed longfin herring

Slender tardoor

Bareback anchovy

Day's pellona

Indian pellona

American coastal pellona

Guinean sprat

Sardine

Yellowfin herring

Australian freshwater herring

Pseudosetipinna haizhouensis

Russell's smooth-back herring

Jenyns' sprat

European pilchard - The terms sardine and pilchard are not precise, and the usual meanings vary by region; for instance, to many people a sardine is a young European pilchard.

Bleeker's blacktip sardinella - Bleeker's Blacktip Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.

Fiji sardinella - Fiji Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.

Taiwan sardinella - Taiwan Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.

Brazilian sardinella - Brazilian Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.

Bali sardinella - Bali Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.

Madeiran sardinella - Madeiran Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.

Marquesan sardinella - Marquesan Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.

East african sardinella - East African Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.

Richardson's sardinella - Richardson's Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.

Yellowtail sardinella - Yellowtail Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.

Sind sardinella - Sind Sardinella is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Sardinella.

Pacific sardine - The South American pilchard, Sardinops sagax, is a sardine of the Family Clupeidae, the only member of the genus Sardinops, found in the indo-Pacific oceans.

Shorthead hairfin anchovy

Dusky hairfin anchovy

Humpback hairfin anchovy

Silverstriped round herring - The Slender sprat, Spratelloides gracilis, is a type of sprat fish.

Lewis' round herring

Fringescale round herring - The Blue sprat, Spratelloides robustus, also known as the blue bait, blue sardineor bluebaitis, is a type of sprat fish.

Two-finned round herring

Falkland sprat - The Falkland sprat, Sprattus fuegensis, is a herring-like, marine fish in the family Clupeidae found in the subtropical southwest Atlantic Ocean from 40° S to Tierra del Fuego and the Falkland Islands.

Australian sprat

False indian anchovy

Andhra anchovy

Samoan anchovy

Bagan anchovy

Broadhead anchovy

Gulf of Carpenteria anchovy

China anchovy

Commerson's anchovy

Thai anchovy

Caroline anchovy

Nelson's anchovy

Pacific anchovy

Ronquillo's anchovy

Stolephorus shantungensis

Spotty-face anchovy

Araucanian herring

Hilsa shad - As it is anadromous in nature , the hilsa lives in the sea for most of its life, but migrates up to 1,200 km inland through rivers in the Indian sub-continent for spawning.

Hilsa herring

Reeve's shad

Toli shad - Tenualosa toli or Ilsha Chandana is a shad of the Clupeidae family, available in western Indian Ocean and the Bay of Bengal to the Java Sea and the South China Sea.

Swatow thryssa

Chefoo thryssa

Day's thryssa

Dussumier's thryssa

Gautama thryssa

Hamilton's thryssa

Malabar thryssa

Marasri's thryssa

Humphead thryssa

New Guinea thryssa - The freshwater anchovy is a species of fish in the Engraulidae family.

Long-horned anchovy

Bengal thryssa

Malabar thryssa

Whitehead's thryssa

Order Coelacanthiformes

Coelacanth - The average weight of the living West Indian Ocean coelacanth, Latimeria chalumnae, is 80 kg , and they can reach up to 2 m in length.

Order Cypriniformes

Pacific redfin

Redfin

Order Cyprinodontiformes

Diamond killifish

Pacific foureyed fish

South European Toothcarp - The Mediterranean killifish or South European toothcarp is a species of fish in the Cyprinodontidae family.

Yucatan pupfish

Bermuda killifish - It can grow up to 12.

Killifish

Fundulus heteroclitus macrolepidotus - Mummichogs are typically found in muddy marshes, channels, and grass flats along coastal areas.

Saltmarsh topminnow - Saltmarsh topiminnows have little color in life; there is cross-hatching on the back and sides that may be gray-green or fainter and 12 to 30 dark round spots are often arranged in rows along the midside of the body from above the pectoral fin to the base of the caudal fin.

Spotfin killifish

Killifish - It exhibits sexual dimorphism, with the males having vertical black stripes and the mature females having horizontal black stripes along the sides of their silver-colored bodies.

California killifish - Like the other members of the family, California killifish are small, no more than about 11 cm in length.

Bayou killifish

Rainwater killifish - The rainwater killifish, is a species of fish in the Fundulidae family.

Lowland livebearer

Order Elopiformes

Pacific ladyfish - The Pacific Tenpounders have very round bodies with terminal mouths, and profound gill formations known as pseudobranchiae.

West African ladyfish - The West African ladyfish, Elops lacerta, is a species of fish in the Elopidae family.

Tenpounder - This species is found in coastal regions of the Indian ocean.

Senegalese ladyfish - The Senegalese ladyfish grows to a maximum total length of 90 centimeters and a maximum weight of 5.

Atlantic tarpon - In appearance, it is greenish or bluish on top, and silver on the sides.

Order Gadiformes

Giant rattail - The giant grenadier has the usual greatly elongated pointed tail of the rattails.

Finescale mora

Cod - Fishes attributed to East Siberian cod are found off the western half of the Canadian coast and the coasts of Siberia and also off northern and southern coasts of Greenland.

Arctic cod - It is widely distributed in the western part of the Arctic basin, also the northwest and northeast coasts of Greenland.

Fragile grenadier

Asthenomacrurus victoris

Ahuru - The ahuru is a small deepwater fish, the only fish of the genus Auchenoceros, found on the east coast of New Zealand.

Bathygadus antrodes - This fish is known to grow to around 65 cm.

Bathygadus bowersi

Codheaded rattail - The codheaded rattail, Bathygadus cottoides, is a rattail of the genus Bathygadus, found in the southeast Atlantic Ocean and the southwest Pacific Oceans, at depths of between 1,000 and 1,600 m.

Bathygadus dubiosus

Bathygadus entomelas

Dusky rattail

Bathygadus garretti - This fish grows to a length of around 50 cm.

Grenadier fish

Bathygadus nipponicus - This species grows to around 57 cm in length.

Bathygadus spongiceps

Bathygadus sulcatus

Polar cod - The polar cod has a slender body, deeply forked tail, projecting mouth and a small whisker on its chin.

Bregmaceros arabicus

Codlet

Striped codlet

Stellate codlet

Bregmaceros lanceolatus

Codlet

Australian unicorn-cod

Bregmaceros neonectabanus

Bregmaceros pescadorus

Bregmaceros pseudolanceolatus

Big-eye unicorn-cod

Cetonurichthys subinflatus

Globosehead rattail

Globehead grenadier

Fivebeard rockling - In colour it is has a dark brown back, with a reddish or blackish underside merging with a pale gray-brown.

Rockling

Ciliata tchangi

Spotty-faced rattail

Coelorinchus acantholepis

Aconcagua grenadier

Coelorinchus acutirostris

Coelorinchus amirantensis

Coelorinchus amydrozosterus

Duckbill grenadier

Coelorinchus anisacanthus

Coelorinchus aratrum

Silver whiptail

Eyespot grenadier

Oblique banded rattail

Coelorinchus asteroides

Two-barred whiptail

Bollons' rattail

Shovel-nose rattail

Coelorinchus brevirostris

Hollowsnout grenadier

Coelorinchus campbellicus

Clearsnout grenadier

Blackfin grenadier

Coelorinchus carinifer

Soldier fish

Coelorinchus caudani

Black lip rattail

Coelorinchus charius

Chilean grenadier

Coelorinchus cingulatus

Coelorinchus commutabilis

Coelorinchus cylindricus

Filesnout grenadier

Coelorinchus divergens

Coelorinchus dorsalis

Coelorinchus doryssus

Coelorinchus flabellispinnis

Formosa grenadier

Coelorinchus gaesorhynchus

Coelorinchus geronimo

Coelorinchus gilberti

Coelorinchus gladius

Coelorinchus goobala

Coelorinchus gormani

Six-band grenadier

Coelorinchus hige

Coelorinchus hoangi

Horrible rattail

Coelorinchus hubbsi

Coelorinchus immaculatus

Dusky rattail

Japanese grenadier

Coelorinchus jordani

Campbell whiptail

Kamohara grenadier

Karrer's whiptail

Kermadec rattail

Mugura grenadier

Spearsnouted grenadier

Coelorinchus lasti

Coelorinchus leptorhinus

Longhead grenadier

Coelorinchus longissimus

Longarm grenadier

Coelorinchus macrolepis

Coelorinchus macrorhynchus

Coelorinchus maculatus

Marini's grenadier

Mahia whiptail

Coelorinchus matsubarai

Dark banded rattail

Coelorinchus mayiae

Coelorinchus mediterraneus

Coelorinchus melanobranchus

Coelorinchus melanosagmatus

Coelorinchus multifasciatus

Spearnose grenadier

Upturned snout rattail

Patterned rattail

Coelorinchus nazcaensis

Coelorinchus notatus

Coelorinchus obscuratus

Swordsnout grenadier

Coelorinchus osipullus

Spiny grenadier

Coelorinchus pardus

Coelorinchus platorhynchus

Coelorinchus polli

Unicorn grenadier

Spotty-faced rattail

Coelorinchus quadricristatus

Coelorinchus quincunciatus

Coelorinchus radcliffei

Shoulderspot grenadier

Coelorinchus semaphoreus

Coelorinchus sereti

Coelorinchus sexradiatus

Coelorinchus shcherbachevi

Coelorinchus sheni

Coelorinchus simorhynchus

Coelorinchus smithi

Coelorinchus sparsilepis

Spatulate rattail

Coelorinchus spilonotus

Coelorinchus spinifer

Supanose rattail

Coelorinchus thompsoni

Coelorinchus thurla

Coelorinchus tokiensis

Coelorinchus trachycarus

Coelorinchus triocellatus

Coelorinchus trunovi

Coelorinchus velifer

Firebelly grenadier

Coelorinchus vityazae

Coelorinchus weberi

Pacific grenadier

Coryphaenoides affinis

Coryphaenoides alateralis

Coryphaenoides altipinnis

Loosescale grenadier

Humboldt grenadier

Coryphaenoides asper

Coryphaenoides asprellus

Shortsnout grenadier

Shortbeard grenadier

Narrowsnout grenadier

Large-eye grenadier

Coryphaenoides camurus

Bighead grenadier

Carapine grenadier

Carmine grenadier

Coryphaenoides castaneus

Popeye grenadier

Trident grenadier

Coryphaenoides dossenus

Coryphaenoides dubius

Coryphaenoides fernandezianus

Coryphaenoides ferrieri

Coryphaenoides filamentosus

Grenadier

Filamented rattail

Coryphaenoides grahami

G

Coryphaenoides gypsochilus

Coryphaenoides hextii

Coryphaenoides hoskynii

Coryphaenoides lecointei

Ghostly grenadier - Coryphaenoides leptolepis is a species of fish in the Macrouridae family.

Bearded rattail

Coryphaenoides longicirrhus

Longfin grenadier

Coryphaenoides macrolophus

Amami grenadier

Coryphaenoides marshalli

Coryphaenoides mcmillani

Mediterranean grenadier

Mexican grenadier

Coryphaenoides microps

Coryphaenoides microstomus

Abyssal rattail - The abyssal rattail, Coryphaenoides murrayi, is a fish of the genus Coryphaenoides, found around southern Australia, Fiji, and the east coast of New Zealand at depths of between 1,200 and 1,300 m.

Myers' grenadier

Largenose grenadier

Coryphaenoides oreinos

Coryphaenoides orthogrammus

Coryphaenoides paramarshalli

Deepwater grenadier

Bighead grenadier - The rudis rattail, Coryphaenoides rudis, is a fish of the family Macrouridae, found around the world in tropical and subtropical oceans, at depths between 600 and 2,300 m.

Coryphaenoides semiscaber

Serrulate whiptail - The serrulate whiptail or serrulate rattail, Coryphaenoides serrulatus, is a rattail of the genus Coryphaenoides, found around southern Australia and New Zealand, at depths of between 750 and 2,000 m.

Coryphaenoides sibogae

Coryphaenoides spinulosus

Coryphaenoides striaturus

Longrayed whiptail - The longrayed whiptail or four rayed rattail, Coryphaenoides subserrulatus, is a rattail of the genus Coryphaenoides, found circumpolar in all southern oceans, at depths of between 550 and 1,200 m.

Roughlip grenadier

Coryphaenoides tydemani

Wood-mason's rattail

Rough abyssal grenadier

Thickbeard grenadier

Dogtooth grenadier

Echinomacrurus mollis

Echinomacrurus occidentalis

Tasmanian codling

Cod - Its range spans the North Pacific, from off the Korean coasts until beyond Bering Straits, off the Alaskan coasts.

Arctic cod - Navaga fish usually occur at shallow depths, along shores with soft bottoms, close to the ice and on the continental shelf.

Rockling

Eretmophorus kleinenbergi

Eucla cod - The Eucla cod has a long and tapering body, a large mouth and no chin barbel.

Gadella brocca

Gadella dancoheni

Gadella edelmanni

Gadella filifer

Beardless codling

Gadella jordani

Gadella macrura

Morid cod

Gadella molokaiensis

Gadella norops

Gadella obscurus

Gadella svetovidovi

Gadella thysthlon

Silvery cod

Filamentous rattail - The filamentous rattail, Gadomus aoteanus, is a rattail of the genus Gadomus, found around New Zealand.

Doublethread grenadier

Gadomus capensis

Gadomus colletti - This species grows to around 40 cm in length.

Gadomus denticulatus

Longbeard grenadier

Gadomus filamentosus

Gadomus introniger

Threadfin grenadier

Gadomus magnifilis

Gadomus melanopterus

Gadomus multifilis

Gadomus pepperi

Pacific cod

Cod - In colour the Greenland cod is generally sombre, ranging from tan to brown to silvery.

Arctic rockling

Mediterranean bigeye rockling

Threadfin rockling

Azores rockling

Comb rockling

Bigeye rockling

Mediterranean rockling - The Shore Rockling is often confused with the five-bearded rockling and also the larger three-bearded rockling , due to their similar colourings, shape and habitat.

New Zealand ling

Gaidropsarus pacificus

Gaidropsarus pakhorukovi

Gaidropsarus parini

Fat-headed cod

Tadpole cod - The tadpole cod is a member of the family Moridae, the Morid cods, related to the true cods .

Guttigadus kongi

Guttigadus latifrons

Guttigadus nudicephalus

Guttigadus nudirostre

Guttigadus squamirostre

Morid cod - The slender codling or slender cod, Halargyreus johnsonii, is a morid cod, the only species in the genus Halargyreus.

Naked snout rattail

Hymenocephalus adelscotti

Hymenocephalus antraeus

Hymenocephalus aterrimus

Hymenocephalus barbatulus

Hymenocephalus billsam

Graceful grenadier - This is one of the smallest of the rattails, growing to no more than 13 cm in length.

Hymenocephalus grimaldii

Hymenocephalus hachijoensis

Glasshead grenadier

Hymenocephalus kuronumai

Hymenocephalus lethonemus - This is a small, slender rattail with a total length of up to 14 cm.

Hymenocephalus longibarbis

Hymenocephalus longiceps

Hymenocephalus longipes

Hymenocephalus megalops

Hymenocephalus nascens

Hymenocephalus neglectissimus

Hymenocephalus nesaeae

Hymenocephalus papyraceus

Hymenocephalus semipellucidus

Hymenocephalus striatissimus torvus

Hymenocephalus striatulus

Slender grenadier fish

Pineapple rattail

Kumba calvifrons

Kumba dentoni

Kumba gymnorhynchus

Kumba hebetata

Kumba japonica - This fish reaches a length of up to 18 cm.

Kumba maculisquama

Kumba musorstom

Kumba punctulata

Bulbous rattail

Kuronezumia darus

Kuronezumia leonis

Kuronezumia macronema

Kuronezumia paepkei

Kuronezumia pallida

Smallscale mora

Laemonema compressicauda

Laemonema filodorsale

Laemonema goodebeanorum

Laemonema gracillipes

Guinean codling

Longfin codling

Laemonema macronema

Laemonema melanurum

Laemonema modestum

Laemonema nana

Laemonema rhodochir

Robust Mora

Bighead mora

Laemonema yarrellii

Laemonema yuvto

Lepidion capensis

Patagonian codling

North Atlantic codling

Morid cod

Morid cod

Small-headed cod - The second common name highlights the fact that its first dorsal fin is made up of long filamentous rays.

Lepidion natalensis

Northern gray hakeling

Javelin fish - The thorntooth grenadier or javelin fish, Lepidorhynchus denticulatus , is a rattail, the only member of the genus Lepidorhynchus, found around southern Australia and New Zealand, at depths of between 200 and 1,000 m.

Lotella fernandeziana

Beardie

Rock cod - Rock cod are yellow-grey to red-brown with white fin margins.

Lotella tosaensis

Lucigadus acrolophus

Lucigadus lucifer - This is a very small rattail and is highly unusual and distinctive in shape.

Lucigadus microlepis

Blackspot rattail - The blackspotted grenadier or blackspot rattail, Lucigadus nigromaculatus, is a rattail of the genus Lucigadus, found around southern Australia, New Zealand, and Chile, at depths of between 400 and 1,400 m.

Lucigadus nigromarginatus

Lucigadus ori

Lyconodes argenteus

Lyconus brachycolus

Lyconus pinnatus

Macrosmia phalacra

Macrouroides inflaticeps

Smoothspined grenadier

Ridge scaled rattail - The ridge scaled rattail, Macrourus carinatus, is a rattail of the genus Macrourus, found in the Great Southern Ocean at depths of between 200 and 1,200 m.

Whitson's grenadier

Cape straptail

Macruronus maderensis

Patagonian grenadier

Blue grenadier - The blue grenadier is the subject of a large commercial fishery industry in New Zealand, which has been certified by the Marine Stewardship Council as well-managed and sustainable in March 2001.

Macruroplus potronus

Malacocephalus boretzi

Hawaiian softhead grenadier

Malacocephalus luzonensis

Malacocephalus nipponensis

Western softhead grenadier

Malacocephalus okamurai

Sturgeon-like grenadier fish

Mataeocephalus adustus

Mataeocephalus hyostomus

Slendertail grenadier

Arbroath smokie - The haddock is easily recognized by a black lateral line running along its white side and a distinctive dark blotch above the pectoral fin, often described as a "thumbprint" or even the "Devil's thumbprint" or "St.

Arrowtail

Whiting - Until the later twentieth century, whiting was a cheap fish, regarded as food for the poor or for pets, but the general decline in fish stocks means that it is now more highly valued.

Offshore silver hake - The haddock is easily recognized by a black lateral line running along its white side and a distinctive dark blotch above the pectoral fin, often described as a "thumbprint" or even the "Devil's thumbprint" or "St.

Panama hake

South Pacific hake

Cortez hake

Deep-water Cape hake

Patagonian hake

Benguela hake

North Pacific hake - Its length is about 3 ft and they live up to 15 years.

Senegalese hake

Merluccius tasmanicus

Bathypelagic rattail

Berry's grenadier

Pacific tomcod

Frostfish - The season of the tomcod varies by location -- one known example is the Sainte-Anne River in Quebec, where its season is from late-December to mid-February.

Poutassou - There are 2 disjunct populations:

Couch's whiting - Exploitation of blue whiting only started in the 1970s.

Spanish ling

Goggly-eyed cod - The common mora, Mora moro, is a small deep-sea fish, the only species in the genus Mora.

Muraenolepis andriashevi

Kudersky parketnik

Smallhead moray cod

Southern Pacific moray cod

Trunov parketnik

Nezumia africana

Nezumia aspidentata

Western atlantic grenadier

Marlin-spike grenadier

Shortbeard grenadier

Nezumia brevirostris

Nezumia burragei

Nezumia cliveri

Nezumia coheni

Pugnose grenadier - As the common name suggests, this fish has a very short, blunt snout.

Peruvian grenadier

Nezumia cyrano

Twelve-rayed grenadier

Nezumia ectenes

Nezumia evides

Nezumia holocentra

Nezumia infranudis

Nezumia investigatoris

Nezumia kamoharai

Nezumia kapala

Blunt-nosed grenadier

Broadsnout grenadier

Nezumia leucoura

Smooth grenadier

Bluntnose grenadier

Parrot grenadier

Nezumia merretti

Smalltooth grenadier

Miller's grenadier

Squashed face rattail - The squashed face rattail, Nezumia namatahi, is a rattail of the genus Nezumia, found around New South Wales, Australia, and New Zealand, at depths of between 1,250 and 1,300 m.

Nezumia obliquata

Spectacled grenadier

Parin's grenadier

Nezumia polylepis

Short-tail grenadier

Atacama grenadier

Thumb grenadier

Bluntsnout grenadier

Kaiwi Channel grenadier

Nezumia soela

Nezumia spinosa

California grenadier

Nezumia suilla

Nezumia tinro

Nezumia toi - Nezumia toi is a rattail of the family Macrouridae, found only in New Zealand at depths of about 950 m.

Nezumia tomiyamai

Nezumia umbracincta

Nezumia ventralis

Nezumia wularnia

Notophycis fitchi

Dwarf cod

Roundhead grenadier

Pseudonezumia flagellicauda

Beard

Longfin hake

Physiculus andriashevi

Manaar cod

Physiculus beckeri

Physiculus bertelseni

Bigeye rockling

Physiculus chigodarana

Physiculus coheni

Physiculus cyanostrophus

Physiculus cynodon

Black codling

Physiculus fedorovi

Hakeling

Hakeling

Skulpin

Physiculus hexacytus

Physiculus huloti

Japanese codling

Physiculus karrerae

Morid cod

Physiculus longicavis

Physiculus longifilis

Luminesent cod

Physiculus marisrubri

Physiculus maslowskii

Physiculus microbarbata

Physiculus natalensis

Charcoal mora

Physiculus nielseni

Physiculus nigripinnis

Physiculus nigriscens

Physiculus normani

Physiculus parini

Physiculus peregrinus

Hundred fathom mora

Physiculus rhodopinnis

Physiculus roseus

Physiculus sazonovi

Physiculus sterops

Physiculus sudanensis

Peruvian mora

Physiculus therosideros

Physiculus yoshidae

Saithe - Pollachius virens is a species of marine fish in the Pollachius genus.

Pseudocetonurus septifer - This species attains a length of up to 39 cm.

Pseudonezumia cetonuropsis

Pseudonezumia japonicus

Pseudonezumia parvipes

Pseudonezumia pusilla

Morid cod - The red codling or hoka, Pseudophycis bachus, is a morid cod of the genus Pseudophycis, found around southern Australia and New Zealand, from the surface to 700 m.

Bearded rock-cod - The southern bastard codling or bearded red cod, Pseudophycis barbata, is a morid cod of the genus Pseudophycis, found around southern Australia including Tasmania, and New Zealand, from the surface to 300 m.

Bastard red cod - The northern bastard codling is similar in general appearance to the rattails, with large eyes and an elongate tapering body, however the northern bastard codling has a separate, very rounded, caudal fin.

Lesser fork-beard

Rhynchogadus hepaticus

Tadpole codling

Sphagemacrurus decimalis

Sphagemacrurus gibber

Pugnose grenadier

Swallow grenadier

Sphagemacrurus pumiliceps

Sphagemacrurus richardi

Squalogadus modificatus

Luminous hake

Svetovidovia lucullus

Alaska pollack - The Norwegian pollock , a rare fish of Norwegian waters, may actually be the same species as the Alaska pollock.

Norwegian pollock

Trachonurus

Bristly grenadier

Trachonurus sentipellis

Bristly grenadier

Trachonurus yiwardaus

Trachyrincus aphyodes

Armourhead grenadier

Slender unicorn rattail - The slender unicorn rattail, Trachyrincus longirostris, is a rattail of the genus Trachyrincus, found around southeast Australia and New Zealand, at depths of between 850 and 1,300 m.

Roughnose grenadier

Roughnosed rattail

Grey grenadier

Grenadier cod - The grenadier cod, Tripterophycis gilchristi, is a morid cod of the genus Tripterophycis, found in the mid-south Atlantic Ocean, and around southern Australia, South Africa, Sumatra, and New Zealand.

Tripterophycis svetovidovi

Norway pout

Capelin - It feeds on crustaceans and small fishes.

Brazilian codling

Hake - The white hake or mud hake, Urophycis tenuis, is a phycid hake of the genus Urophycis, found in the northwest Atlantic Ocean from North Carolina to Newfoundland, at depths of about 1,000 metres.

Gulf hake

Carolina hake

Hake

Urophycis mystacea

Hake

Black hake - The white hake or mud hake, Urophycis tenuis, is a phycid hake of the genus Urophycis, found in the northwest Atlantic Ocean from North Carolina to Newfoundland, at depths of about 1,000 metres.

Arrow-toothed grenadier - This species reaches a length of 31 cm.

Hawaiian grenadier

Ventrifossa fusca

Sagami grenadier

Ventrifossa gomoni

Ventrifossa johnboborum

Ventrifossa longibarbata - This is a largely bright silver rattail which reaches a length of up to 30 cm.

Ventrifossa macrodon

Longbeard grenadier

Palau grenadier - This species is rather similar to many of its congeners and is best distinguished by a combination of morphometric characters.

Misaki grenadier

Slimehead grenadier

Ventrifossa - This species reaches a length of 31 cm.

Rat-tail

Spinaker grenadier

Ventrifossa obtusirostris

Ventrifossa paxtoni

Peterson's grenadier

Ventrifossa rhipidodorsalis - This species reaches a length of up to 21 cm.

Ventrifossa saikaiensis - This species reaches a length of up to 25 cm.

Ventrifossa sazonovi

Ventrifossa teres

Ventrifossa vinolenta

Order Gasterosteiformes

Barnstickle

Tubenose

Tube-snout

Short dragonfish - The little dragonfish or short dragonfish is a species of fish in the Pegasidae family.

Hawaiian sea-moth fish

Santa Ana stickleback - Three subspecies are currently recognised by the IUCN:

Unarmored threespine stickleback - Three subspecies are currently recognised by the IUCN:

Barnstickle

Korean sandeel - Like sticklebacks, its feeds on small invertebrates and fish larvae.

Sculptured seamoth

Brick seamoth - Pegasus laternarius is a species of fish in the Pegasidae family.

Order Gobiesociformes

Flarenostril clingfish

Emerald clingfish

Papillate clingfish

Acyrtus pauciradiatus

Red clingfish

Alabes bathys

Alabes elongata

Alabes gibbosa

Dwarf shore-eel

Alabes obtusirostris

Pygmy shore-eel

Pygmy shore-eel

Alabes scotti

Alabes springeri

Apletodon dentatus bacescui

Apletodon incognitus

Chubby clingfish

Sao Tom

Elegant clingfish

Rockwall clingfish

Padded clingfish

Galapagos clingfish

Rock clingfish

Aspasma minima

Aspasmichthys ciconiae

Aspasmodes briggsi

Eastern clingfish

Smooth-snout clingfish

Aspasmogaster occidentalis

Tasmanian clingfish - The Tasmanian clingfish, Aspasmogaster tasmaniensis, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, found around the western and southern coasts of Australia including Tasmania.

Rocksucker

Cochleoceps bassensis

Western cleaner-clingfish

Eastern cleaner-clingfish

Cochleoceps spatula

Green clingfish

Conidens laticephalus

Conidens samoensis

Broad clingfish

Urchin clingfish - The New Zealand urchin clingfish, Dellichthys morelandi, is a clingfish, the only species in the genus Diplocrepis.

Derilissus altifrons

Whiskereye clingfish

Derilissus nanus

Derilissus vittiger

Urchin clingfish

Diplecogaster bimaculata euxinica

Diplecogaster bimaculata pectoralis

Diplecogaster ctenocrypta

Bigeye clingfish

Orange clingfish - The orange clingfish, Diplocrepis puniceus, is a clingfish, the only species in the genus Diplocrepis.

Crinoid clingfish

Discotrema monogrammum

Discotrema zonatum

Weedsucker

Slender clingfish - The New Zealand slender clingfish, Gastrocyathus gracilis, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, the only species in the genus Gastrocyathus.

Gastrocymba quadriradiata

Hector's clingfish - Hector's clingfish, Gastroscyphus hectoris, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, the only species in the genus Gastrocyathus.

Panamic clingfish

Clarion clingfish

Lappetlip clingfish

Socorro clingfish

Gobiesox crassicorpus

Lined clingfish

Bahama skilletfish

Common cling-fish

Lonely clingfish

Gobiesox marmoratus

Gobiesox milleri

Gobiesox nigripinnis

Bearded clingfish

Tadpole clingfish

Stippled clingfish

California clingfish

Smoothlip clingfish

Gobiesox stenocephalus

Skilletfish

Woods' clingfish

Blunt-snouted clingfish

Gymnoscyphus ascitus

Giant clingfish - The giant clingfish, Haplocylix littoreus, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, the only species in the genus Haplocylix.

Kopua kuiteri - The Kuiter's deepsea clingfish, Kopua kuiteri, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, found only off New South Wales, Australia, at depths of between 90 and 110 m.

Kopua nuimata

Lecanogaster chrysea

Bolin's clingfish

Pale clingfish

Eyestripe clingfish

Lepadichthys ctenion

Lepadichthys erythraeus

Lepadichthys frenatus

Doubleline clingfish

Minor clingfish

Lepadichthys sandaracatus

Lepadichthys springeri

Lepadicyathus mendeleevi

Connemarra clingfish

Cornish sucker

Shore clingfish

Minute clingfish

Streaky clingfish

Modicus minimus

Modicus tangaroa

Opeatogenys cadenati

Opeatogenys gracilis

Little clingfish

Pherallodichthys meshimaensis

Northern fraildisc clingfish

Southern fraildisc clingfish

Pherallodus indicus

Mini-clingfish

Posidonichthys hutchinsi

Propherallodus briggsi

Channel Islands clingfish

Southern clingfish

Slender cling-fish

Guadalupe clingfish

Sicyases brevirostris

Sicyases sanguineus

Distant clingfish

Tomicodon abuelorum

Tomicodon australis

Bifid clingfish

Cortez clingfish

Tomicodon briggsi

Smallsucker clingfish

Tomicodon clarkei

Tomicodon cryptus

Rosy clingfish

Sonora clingfish

Tomicodon lavettsmithi

Tomicodon leurodiscus

Blackstripe clingfish

Peter's clingfish

Tomicodon prodomus

Tomicodon reitzae

Tomicodon rhabdotus

Tomicodon rupestris

Tomicodon vermiculatus

Zebra clingfish

Striped clingfish - The striped clingfish, Trachelochismus melobesia, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, found all around New Zealand from low water to about 5 m, on rocky coastlines.

Lumpfish - The New Zealand lumpfish, Trachelochismus pinnulatus, is a clingfish of the family Gobiesocidae, found all around New Zealand including the Three Kings Islands, from low water to about 12 m, on rocky coastlines.

Order Gonorynchiformes

Bighead beaked sandfish

Sandfish

Beaked salmon

Beaked sandfish

Order Heterodontiformes

Horn shark - The horn shark, Heterodontus francisci, is a species of bullhead shark, family Heterodontidae.

Crested horn shark - The crested bullhead shark, Heterodontus galeatus, is an uncommon species of bullhead shark, family Heterodontidae, occurring off eastern Australia from the coast to a depth of 93 m .

Japanese bullhead shark - The Japanese bullhead shark, Heterodontus japonicus, is a species of bullhead shark, family Heterodontidae, found in the northwestern Pacific Ocean off the coasts of Japan, Korea, and China.

Mexican hornshark - The Mexican hornshark, Heterodontus mexicanus, is a bullhead shark of the family Heterodontidae.

Oman bullhead shark - The Oman bullhead shark, Heterodontus omanensis, is a bullhead shark of the family Heterodontidae, found in the tropical western Indian Ocean around central Oman from the surface to 70 m.

Port Jackson shark - The Port Jackson shark is a migratory species, traveling south in the summer and returning north to breed in the winter months.

Galapagos bullhead shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Mozambique bullhead shark - The whitespotted bullhead shark is found on the outer continental shelf.

Order Hexanchiformes

Greenland shark - Superficially, the frilled shark resembles a dark brown or grey eel, but the six gill slits identify it as a shark.

One-finned shark - The sharpnose sevengill shark, Heptranchias perlo, is a species of shark in the family Hexanchidae, and the only species in the genus Heptranchias.

Bigeyed sixgill shark - Its diet is fish and invertebrates.

Broad snouted sevengill - The shark is gray or brownish with spots, and its top jaw has jagged cusped teeth and the bottom comb shaped.

Order Lamniformes

Great white shark - The best selling novel Jaws and the subsequent film by Steven Spielberg provided the great white shark with the image of a "man eater" in the public mind.

Hoe-mother - This shark is called the basking shark because it is most often observed when feeding at the surface and appears to be basking in the warmer water there.

Porbeagle - Adult salmon sharks are medium grey to black over most of the body, with a white underside with darker blotches.

Beaumaris shark - The porbeagle is a species of mackerel shark in the family Lamnidae, distributed widely in the cold and temperate marine waters of the North Atlantic and Southern Hemisphere.

Megamouth shark - The appearance of the megamouth is distinctive, but little else is known about it.

Goblin shark - Mitsukurina owstoni is found in the deep ocean, far below where the sun's light can reach at depths greater than 200 m.

Bigeye sand tiger - The bigeye sand tiger, Odontaspis noronhai, is a species of sand shark, family Odontaspididae, possibly found worldwide at depths of 60–1,000 m .

Crocodile shark - The crocodile shark, Pseudocarcharias kamoharai, is a species of shark and the only member of the family Pseudocarchariidae.

Order Lampriformes

Streamer fish

Whiptail ribbonfish

Dealfish

Unicorn crestfish - The unicorn crestfish or unicornfish, Eumecichthys fiski, is a very rare, little-known species of crestfish in the family Lophotidae, and the only member of its genus.

Southern opah

Crested oarfish

Spinyfin velifer

Tapertail

King of herrings

Regalecus kinoi

Regalecus russelii

Sticklebacks - It is found in deep subtropical and tropical waters around the world, living at depths during the day and making nightly vertical migrations to feed on plankton.

Pacific king-of-salmon - King-of-the-salmon, Trachipterus altivelis, is a species of ribbonfish in the family Trachipteridae.

Tapertail ribbonfish

Trachipterus ishikawae

Southern ribbonfish

Ribbon fish - Trachipterus trachypterus, is a ribbonfish of the family Trachipteridae, found in tropical and subtropical seas worldwide.

Sailfin velifer

Scalloped ribbon fish - The scalloped ribbonfish, Zu cristatus, is a ribbonfish of the family Trachipteridae found circumglobally in all oceans, at depths down to 90 m.

Taper-tail ribbonfish

Order Lophiiformes

Acentrophryne dolichonema

Acentrophryne longidens

Glauert's anglerfish

Tailjet frogfish

Roughbar frogfish

Island frogfish

Scarlet frogfish

Big angler

New Guinean frogfish

Side-jet frogfish

Indian frogfish

Warty frogfish - Antennarius maculatus is a Frogfish from the Indo-West Pacific.

Smallspot frogfish

Painted angler

Big-eyed frogfish - Antennarius radiosus is a species of fish in the Antennariidae family.

Randall's frogfish

Spiny-tufted frogfish

Bloody frogfish

Calico frogfish

Antennarius scriptissimus

Senegalese frogfish

Black angler - The striated frogfish, Antennarius striatus, is a frogfish of the family Antennariidae, found in all subtropical oceans, to depths of between 10 and 210 m.

Antennatus flagellatus

Pygmy anglerfish

Bandtail frogfish

Spikehead dreamer - Specimens of B.

Australian spotted handfish

Spotted Handfish - The spotted handfish is unusual in that it has highly adapted pectoral fins, which appear like hands and allow it to walk on the sea floor.

Bufoceratias shaoi

Bufoceratias thele

Bufoceratias wedli

Caulophryne pelagica

Caulophryne pietschi

Caulophryne polynema

Horned lantern fish - The horned lantern fish occurs in the Pacific Ocean from Baja California south to the Marquesas Islands and the Gulf of California.

Ceratias tentaculatus

Stargazing seadevil

Smooth dreamer

Smooth dreamer

Chaenophryne quasiramifera

Chaenophryne ramifera

Chaunacops coloratus

Chaunacops melanostomus

Chaunacops roseus

Chaunax abei

Chaunax breviradius

Coffinfish

Chaunax flammeus

Chaunax latipunctatus

Chaunax penicillatus

Redeye gaper - The redeye gaper has a rounded, slightly compressed body and a very large head.

Chaunax suttkusi

Chaunax tosaensis

Chirophryne xenolophus

Coelophrys arca

Coelophrys bradburyae

Coelophrys brevicaudata

Coelophrys brevipes

Coelophrys mollis

Coelophrys oblonga

Triplewart seadevil

Ctenochirichthys longimanus

Danaphryne nigrifilis

Dibranchus accinctus

Dibranchus cracens

Dibranchus discors

Dibranchus erinaceus

Dibranchus hystrix

Dibranchus japonicus

Dibranchus nasutus

Dibranchus nudivomer

Dibranchus sparsus

Dibranchus spinosus

Dibranchus spongiosa

Dibranchus tremendus

Dibranchus velutinus

Two-rod anglerfish

Diceratias trilobus

Dolopichthys dinema

Dolopichthys jubatus

Dolopichthys karsteni

Dolopichthys pullatus

Prickly anglerfish

Long-spined anglerfish

Reynold's frogfish

Gigantactis balushkini

Gigantactis elsmani

Gigantactis gargantua

Gigantactis gibbsi

Gigantactis golovani

Gigantactis gracilicauda

Gigantactis herwigi

Gigantactis ios

Gigantactis kreffti

Gigantactis longicauda

Gigantactis longicirra

Gigantactis macronema

Gigantactis meadi

Gigantactis microdontis

Gigantactis microphthalmus

Gigantactis paxtoni

Gigantactis savagei

Cosmopolitan whipnose

Gigantactis watermani

Halicmetus reticulatus

Halicmetus ruber

Spiny sea bat

Spiny seabat

Circular seabat

Halieutaea fumosa

Hairy seabat

Indian handfish

Halieutaea nigra

Torpedo batfish

Starry handfish - The starry handfish, Halieutaea stellata, is a batfish of the family Ogcocephalidae found on the continental shelves of the Indo-Pacific oceans at depths of between 50 and 400 m.

Spiny batfish - They live on the bottom, covered in sand.

Halieutopsis andriashevi

Halieutopsis bathyoreos

Halieutopsis galatea

Halieutopsis ingerorum

Halieutopsis margaretae

Lesser handfish

Halieutopsis simula

Halieutopsis stellifera

Halieutopsis tumifrons

Halieutopsis vermicularis

Haplophryne mollis - Some anglerfishes of the superfamily Ceratioidei employ an unusual mating method.

Haplophryne triregium

Himantolophus albinares

Prickly anglerfish - The prickly anglerfish, Himantolophus appelii, is a footballfish of the family Himantolophidae, found around the world in the southern oceans , in deep water.

Himantolophus azurlucens

Himantolophus borealis

Himantolophus brevirostris

Himantolophus compressus

Himantolophus cornifer

Himantolophus crinitus

Himantolophus danae

Atlantic footballfish

Himantolophus macroceras

Himantolophus macroceratoides

Himantolophus mauli

Himantolophus melanolophus

Himantolophus multifurcatus

Himantolophus nigricornis

Himantolophus paucifilosus

Himantolophus pseudalbinares

Pacific footballfish

Smooth angler - Histiophryne bougainvilli is a frogfish found in the waters of Queensland, New South Wales, and Western Australia.

Cryptic anglerfish - Cryptic Anglerfish is a frogfish found in waters ranging from Taiwan to South Australia.

Rough anglerfish

Lasiognathus amphirhamphus - The closest relative of Lasiognathus is Thaumatichthys, which also has enlarged and hinged premaxillaries, escal denticles, and a branched upper operculum.

Lasiognathus beebei - The closest relative of Lasiognathus is Thaumatichthys, which also has enlarged and hinged premaxillaries, escal denticles, and a branched upper operculum.

Lasiognathus intermedius - The closest relative of Lasiognathus is Thaumatichthys, which also has enlarged and hinged premaxillaries, escal denticles, and a branched upper operculum.

Lasiognathus saccostoma - The closest relative of Lasiognathus is Thaumatichthys, which also has enlarged and hinged premaxillaries, escal denticles, and a branched upper operculum.

Lasiognathus waltoni - The closest relative of Lasiognathus is Thaumatichthys, which also has enlarged and hinged premaxillaries, escal denticles, and a branched upper operculum.

Plainchin dreamarm

Linophryne algibarbata

Linophryne andersoni

Deepsea angler - Linophryne arborifera, or illuminated netdevil, is an anglerfish of the family Linophrynidae, found in all tropical and subtropical oceans at depths below 1,000 m .

Linophryne arcturi

Linophryne argyresca

Linophryne bicornis

Linophryne bipennata

Linophryne brevibarbata

Linophryne coronata

Linophryne densiramus

Linophryne digitopogon

Linophryne escaramosa

Linophryne indica

Linophryne lucifer

Linophryne macrodon

Linophryne maderensis

Linophryne parini

Linophryne pennibarbata

Linophryne polypogon

Linophryne quinqueramosa

Linophryne racemifera

Linophryne sexfilis

Linophryne trewavasae

Boschma's frogfish - Like the frogfishes, it is a small fish, no more than 5 centimetres in length, with loose skin and a lure for attracting prey.

Lophiocharon hutchinsi

Marble-mouthed frogfish

Threespot frogfish

Lophiodes abdituspinus

Lophiodes beroe

Lophiodes bruchius

Spottedtail angler

Lophiodes endoi

Lophiodes fimbriatus

Malabar monkfish

Lophiodes infrabrunneus

Natal angler

Longspine African angler

Lophiodes miacanthus

Lophiodes monodi

Smooth angler

Goosefish

Reticulated goosefish

Threadfin angler

Blackmouth angler

American angler - The American anglerfish is unique in its appearance and has no relatives with which it can be confused in the areas where it is caught.

Black-bellied angler

Blackfin goosefish

Anglerfish

Shortspine African angler

Whalehead dreamer

Lophodolos indicus

Malthopsis annulifera

Malthopsis gnoma

Malthopsis jordani

Malthopsis mitrigera

Malthopsis retifera

Spearnose seabat

Melanocetus eustalus

Blackdevil - The humpback anglerfish or blackdevil, Melanocetus johnsonii, is a deep-sea anglerfish in the family Melanocetidae, found in tropical to temperate parts of all oceans at depths of up to 2,000 meters .

Murray's abyssal anglerfish

Melanocetus rossi

Short-rod anglerfish

Neoceratias spinifer - Adult female toothed seadevils have slender, elongate bodies up to 11 centimetres long.

Deepwater frogfish

Longnose batfish

Polka-dot batfish

Gal - Batfish are not good swimmers; they use their pectoral fins to "walk" on the ocean floor.

Slantbrow batfish

Ogcocephalus notatus

Spotted batfish

Roughback batfish - Ogcocephalus parvus, the roughback batfish, is a species of fish in the Ogcocephalidae family.

Ogcocephalus porrectus

Ogcocephalus pumilus

Polka-dot batfish

Palefin batfish

Longnose batfish - It lives on the ocean-floor, covered in sand.

Oneirodes alius

Oneirodes anisacanthus

Oneirodes appendixus

Oneirodes basili

Oneirodes bradburyae

Bulbous dreamer

Bulbous dreamer

Oneirodes clarkei

Oneirodes cristatus

Oneirodes dicromischus

Nightmare dreamer

Oneirodes flagellifer

Oneirodes haplonema

Oneirodes heteronema

Oneirodes kreffti

Oneirodes luetkeni

Oneirodes macronema

Oneirodes macrosteus

Oneirodes melanocauda

Oneirodes micronema

Oneirodes mirus

Oneirodes myrionemus

Smooth anglerfish

Oneirodes pietschi

Oneirodes plagionema

Oneirodes posti

Oneirodes pterurus

Oneirodes rosenblatti

Oneirodes sabex

Oneirodes schistonema

Oneirodes schmidti

Oneirodes theodoritissieri

Spiny dreamer

Oneirodes thysanema

Oneirodes whitleyi

Pentherichthys venustus

Photocorynus spiniceps - The known mature male individuals are 6.

Smooth anglerfish

Phyllorhinichthys balushkini - P.

Phyllorhinichthys micractis - P.

Pietschichthys horridus

Puck pinnata

Tasselled anglerfish

Glover's frogfish

Rhynchactis leptonema

Rhynchactis macrothrix

Rhynchactis microthrix

Robia legula

Celebes monkfish

Sladenia shaefersi - Sladenia shaefersi is a species of fish in the Lophiidae family.

Solocisquama carinata

Solocisquama erythrina

Batfish

Spiniphryne duhameli - Spiniphryne, also called spiny dreamers, is a genus of deep-sea anglerfish in the family Oneirodidae, containing two species.

Prickly dreamer - Spiniphryne, also called spiny dreamers, is a genus of deep-sea anglerfish in the family Oneirodidae, containing two species.

Sympterichthys politus

Smooth handfish

Sympterichthys verrucosus

Butler's frogfish - The Butler's frogfish or blackspot anglerfish, Tathicarpus butleri, is a rare species of frogfish in the family Antennariidae.

Four-armed frogfish - Like the true frogfishes, it is a small fish, no more than 7 centimetres in length, with a flattened body and loose skin.

Thaumatichthys axeli - Thaumatichthys is a genus of deep-sea anglerfish in the family Thaumatichthyidae, with three known species.

Thaumatichthys binghami - Thaumatichthys is a genus of deep-sea anglerfish in the family Thaumatichthyidae, with three known species.

Thaumatichthys pagidostomus - Thaumatichthys is a genus of deep-sea anglerfish in the family Thaumatichthyidae, with three known species.

Tyrannophryne pugnax - The most distinctive feature of T.

Roundel batfish

Tricorn batfish

Order Mugiliformes

Freshwater mullet

Fairy mullet

Snouted mullet - Only one species in this genus is recorded in Fishbase .

Cape Verde mullet

So-iny mullet

Thicklip grey mullet - It is a common fish of shallow, sheltered coasts, estuaries, and around power station and sewer outfalls; it can also enter fresh water areas.

Half fringelip mullet

Bobo mullet

Eastern keelback mullet

Golden grey mullet

Grooved mullet

Sicklefin mullet

Largescaled mullet

Liza mandapamensis

Persian mullet

South African mullet - The South African mullet or harder mullet, Liza richardsonii, is a species of mullet.

Tade mullet

Striped mullet

Longfin mullet

Longfinned mullet

Banana mullet

Broussonnet's mullet

Leaping african mullet

Curema mullet

Curema mullet

Mullet

Hospe mullet

Parassi mullet

Blueback mullet

Mullet

Mullet

Mugil rubrioculus

Liseta mullet

So-iuy mullet

Mullet

Freshwater springer - The freshwater mullet, Myxus capensis, is a species of fish in the Mugilidae family.

Sand grey mullet

Freshwater mullet

Acute-jawed mullet

Boxlip mullet

Hornlip mullet

Valamugil delicata

Taiwanese mullet

Robust mullet

Thoburn's mullet

Order Myctophiformes

Spinycheek lanternfish

Glacial lanternfish

Lamp fish

Skinnycheek lanternfish

Smallfin lanternfish

Lanternfish

Lanternfish

Popeye lampfish

Bolinichthys nikolayi

Lanternfish

Bolinichthys pyrsobolus

Andre's lanternfish

Centrobranchus brevirostris

Pig-headed lantern fish

Horned lanternfish

Warming's lantern fish - Warming's lantern fish, Ceratoscopelus warmingii, is a lanternfish of the family Myctophidae, found circumglobally in both hemispheres, at depths of between 700 and 1,500 m during the day and between 20 and 200 m at night.

Gilbert's large lantern fish

Diaphus aliciae

Andersen's lantern fish

Diaphus antonbruuni

Diaphus arabicus

Diaphus basileusi

Lanternfish

Short-headed lantern fish

Diaphus burtoni

Golden-nosed lantern fish

Diaphus confusus

Diaphus dahlgreni

Diaphus danae

Diaphus dehaveni

Diaphus diadematus

Diaphus diademophilus

Diaphus drachmanni

Lantern fish

Diaphus ehrhorni

Diaphus faustinoi

Fragile lantern fish

Diaphus garmani

Diaphus gigas

Diaphus handi

Hudson's lanternfish

Diaphus impostor

Diaphus jenseni

Diaphus kapalae

Diaphus knappi

Diaphus kora

Diaphus kuroshio

Diaphus lobatus

Diaphus longleyi

Diaphus lucidus

Diaphus lucifrons

Diaphus malayanus

Diaphus mascarensis

Mead's lanternfish

Diaphus megalops

Spothead lantern fish

Diaphus minax

Lanternfish

Diaphus nielseni

Diaphus ostenfeldi

Diaphus pallidus

Diaphus parini

Diaphus parri

Transparent lantern fish

Bolin's lantern fish

Lanternfish

Diaphus regani

Diaphus richardsoni

Diaphus rivatoni

Diaphus roei

Diaphus schmidti

Diaphus signatus

Diaphus similis

Lanternfish

Diaphus suborbitalis

Diaphus subtilis

Diaphus taaningi

Taaning's lantern fish

Diaphus thiollierei

Diaphus trachops

Diaphus umbroculus

Diaphus vanhoeffeni

Watases lanternfish

Diaphus whitleyi

Diaphus wisneri

Longfin lanternfish

Diogenichthys panurgus

Electrona antarctica

Electron subantarctic

Electrona paucirastra - Electrona paucirastra is a lanternfish in the family Myctophidae, found around the globe in the southern hemisphere between 35° S and 48° S.

Chubby flashlightfish

Lanternfish

Gonichthys barnesi

Lanternfish

Slendertail lanternfish

Gonichthys venetus

Gymnoscopelus bolini

Gymnoscopelus braueri

Gymnoscopelus fraseri

Gymnoscopelus hintonoides

Gymnoscopelus microlampas

Lanternfish

Gymnoscopelus opisthopterus

Lanternfish - Gymnoscopelus piabilis is a lanternfish in the family Myctophidae, found circumglobally in the southern hemisphere between about 46° S and 52° S, at depths of below 100 at night.

Hintonia candens

Thickhead lanternfish

Benoit's lanternfish

Hygophum bruuni

Lanternfish

Lanternfish

Lantern fish

Reinhardt's lantern fish

Lanternfish

Idiolychnus urolampus

Krefftichthys anderssoni

Lanternfish

Lampadena dea

Lanternfish

Lanternfish

Lampadena pontifex

Mirror lanterfish

Lampadena urophaos atlantica

Lampadena yaquinae

Hector's lanternfish - It is a widespread marine fish, known from shallow tropical waters in the south-eastern Atlantic, from the western Pacific off Australia and New Zealand, and from the eastern Pacific off Chile.

Spinytail lampfish

Southern lanternfish

Lanternfish

Lampanyctus hubbsi

Lampanyctus iselinoides

Brokenline lanternfish

Lanternfish

Rakery beaconlamp

Slimtail lampfish

Lanternfish

Lampanyctus simulator

Longfin lampfish

Lampanyctus tenuiformis

Lampanyctus turneri

Lampanyctus vadulus

Lanternfish

Lanternfish

Lanternfish

Doflein's false headlightfish

Cocco's lantern fish

Lanternfish

Laura's lantern fish

Loweina terminata

Metelectrona ahlstromi

Metelectrona herwigi

Metelectrona ventralis

Golden lanternfish

Myctophum fissunovi

Myctophum indicum

Myctophum lunatum

Myctophum lychnobium

Lantern fish

Lanternfish

Myctophum orientale

Myctophum ovcharovi

Spotted laternfish

Wisner's lantern fish

Spiny lantern fish

Lantern fish

Lanternfish

Nannobrachium bristori

Nannobrachium crypticum

Nannobrachium cuprarium

Nannobrachium fernae

Nannobrachium gibbsi

Lampanyctus

Nannobrachium idostigma

Nannobrachium indicum

Nannobrachium isaacsi

Lanternfish

Black lantern fish

Nannobrachium phyllisae

Pinpoint lampfish

Broadfin lampfish

Nannobrachium wisneri

Large-scaled lantern fish

Neoscopelus microchir

Neoscopelus porosus

Topside lampfish

Lanternfish

Lobisomem

Japanese lanternfish

Parvilux boschmai

Giant lampfish

Protomyctophum andriashevi

Arctic telescope

Protomyctophum beckeri

Protomyctophum bolini

Protomyctophum chilense

Lanternfish

California flashlightfish

Protomyctophum gemmatum

Protomyctophum luciferum

Lanternfish

Protomyctophum parallelum

Protomyctophum subparallelum - Protomyctophum subparallelum is a lanternfish in the family Myctophidae, found circumglobally in the southern hemisphere south of about 30° S, in deep water.

Lanternfish

Bigeye lanternfish

Scopelengys clarkei

Pacific blackchin

Solivomer arenidens

Smallfin lanternfish

Garnet lanternfish

Barnards lanternfishes - Symbolophorus barnardi is a lanternfish in the family Myctophidae, found circumglobally in the southern hemisphere between about 30° S and 11° S at depths of between 100 and 800 m.

Bigfin lanternfish

Evermann's lantern fish

Large scale lantern fish

Reverse gland lanternfish

Symbolophorus rufinus

Lanternfish

Taaningichthys minimus

Taaningichthys paurolychnus

Blue lanternfish

Tarletonbeania taylori

Mexican lampfish

Highseas lampfish

Triphoturus oculeum

Order Myxiniformes

Eptatretus bischoffii - The mode of reproduction in this kind of organism is external.

Inshore hagfish - The inshore hagfish is found in the Northwest Pacific, from the Sea of Japan and across eastern Japan to Taiwan.

Eptatretus caribbeaus

Giant hagfish

Eptatretus chinensis

Hagfish - The New Zealand hagfish, or Broadgilled Hagfish, , is a hagfish of the genus Eptatretus, found in south and east Australia, and around New Zealand, at depths of between 40 and 700 metres.

Black hagfish

Eptatretus eos

Guadalupe hagfish

Goliath hagfish

Eptatretus grouseri

Sixgill hagfish

Eptatretus indrambaryai

Eptatretus lakeside

Eptatretus laurahubbsae

Eptatretus longipinnis

Eptatretus lopheliae

Shorthead hagfish

Eptatretus mccoskeri

Eptatretus mendozai

Eptatretus menezesi

Eptatretus minor

Eptatretus multidens

Eptatretus nanii

Eightgill hagfish

Eptatretus okinoseanus

Fourteen-gill hagfish

Fivegill hagfish

Cortez hagfish

Gulf hagfish

Pacific hagfish - The hagfish is notorious for its slimy skin.

Eptatretus strahani

Eptatretus strickrotti - Eptatretus strickrotti is a hagfish of the genus Eptatretus, found in the Pacific Ocean depths south of Easter Island.

Patagonian hagfish

Cape hagfish

Whiteface hagfish

Myxine debueni

Myxine dorsum

Myxine fernholmi

Myxine formosana

Myxine garmani

Myxine hubbsi

Myxine hubbsoides

White-headed hagfish

Jespersen's hagfish

Myxine knappi

Myxine kuoi

Myxine mccoskeri

Caribbean hagfish - The Caribbean Hagfish is a species of hagfish.

Myxine paucidens

Myxine pequenoi

Myxine robinsorum

Myxine sotoi

Nemamyxine elongata

Nemamyxine kreffti

Neomyxine biniplicata

Brown hagfish

Paramyxine cheni

Paramyxine fernholmi

Paramyxine moki

Paramyxine sheni

Paramyxine walkeri

Paramyxine wayuu

Paramyxine wisneri

Quadratus ancon

Quadratus nelsoni

Quadratus taiwanae

Quadratus yangi

Order Notacanthiformes

Gilbert's halosaurid fish

Aldrovandia gracilis - Aldrovandia gracilis is a species of fish in the Halosauridae family.

Aldrovandia oleosa

Hawaiian halosaurid fish

Aldrovandia rostrata

Abyssal halosaur

Halosaurus attenuatus

Halosaurus carinicauda

Halosaur

Halosaur

Halosaurus parvipennis

Goanna fish - The goanna fish, Australian halosaur, or common halosaur, Halosaurus pectoralis, is a halosaur of the genus Halosaurus, found in the south west Pacific Ocean.

Halosaurus radiatus

Halosaurus ridgwayi

Halosaurus sinensis

Blackfin tapirfish

Notacanthus abbotti

Bonapart's spiny eel

Spiny-eel - Notacanthus chemnitzii, or the Snub-nosed spiny eel, is a member of the family Notacanthidae, the deep-sea spiny eels, which are not true eels .

Notacanthus indicus

Spiny-back eel - The spiny-back eel, Notacanthus sexspinis, is a deep-sea spiny eel of the genus Notacanthus, found in all the southern hemisphere oceans, in depths between 500 and 1,000 m.

Notacanthus spinosus

Polyacanthonotus africanus

Longnose tapirfish

Polyacanthonotus merretti

Smallmouth spiny eel

Order Ophidiiformes

Abyssobrotula galatheae - Though uncommon, this species is known from the tropical and subtropical waters of all oceans.

Bony-eared assfish

Acarobythites larsonae

Alcockia rostrata

Alionematichthys ceylonensis

Alionematichthys crassiceps

Alionematichthys minyomma

Alionematichthys phuketensis

Alionematichthys piger

Alionematichthys plicatosurculus

Alionematichthys riukiuensis

Alionematichthys samoaensis

Alionematichthys shinoharai

Alionematichthys suluensis

Alionematichthys winterbottomi

Apagesoma australis

Apagesoma delosommatus

Apagesoma edentatum

Aphyonus bolini

Aphyonus brevidorsalis

Gelatinous blindfish

Aphyonus rassi

Barathrites iris

Barathrites parri

Barathrodemus manatinus

Barathrodemus nasutus

Barathronus affinis

Barathronus bicolor

Barathronus bruuni

Barathronus diaphanus

Barathronus maculatus

Barathronus multidens

Barathronus pacificus

Barathronus parfaiti

Barathronus unicolor

Bassogigas gillii

Abyssal assfish

Bassozetus elongatus

Bassozetus galatheae

Bassozetus glutinosus

Bassozetus levistomatus

Bassozetus multispinis

Bassozetus nasus

Bassozetus normalis

Bassozetus oncerocephalus

Bassozetus robustus

Bassozetus taenia

Bassozetus werneri

Bassozetus zenkevitchi

Bathyonus caudalis

Bathyonus laticeps

Bathyonus pectoralis

Beaglichthys bleekeri

Beaglichthys larsonae

Beaglichthys macrophthalmus

Bellottia apoda

Bellottia armiger

Benthocometes robustus

Bidenichthys beeblebroxi

Freetail brotula

Grey brotula - The grey brotula or orange cuskeel, Bidenichthys consobrinus, is a cusk eel of the genus Bidenichthys, found around northern New Zealand.

Pink brotula - The pink brotula, Brosmodorsalis persicinus, is a viviparous brotula of the family Bythitidae, the only member of the genus Brosmodorsalis.

Brosmolus longicaudus

Free-tailed reef brotula

Red brotulid

Atlantic seasnail

Pacific bearded brotula

Brotula flaviviridis

Goatsbeard brotula

Ordway's brotula

Townsend's cusk eel

Taiwan coralbrotula

Brotulotaenia brevicauda

Violet cuskeel

Brotulotaenia nielseni

Brotulotaenia nigra

Arctic brotula

Bythites gerdae

Bythites islandicus

Longarm brotula

Calamopteryx jeb

Teacher brotula

Pearl fish

Atlantic pearlfish

Pinhead pearlfish

Pacific pearlfish

Star pearlfish

Carapus sluiteri

Cataetyx alleni

Cataetyx bruuni

Cataetyx chthamalorhynchus

Cataetyx hawaiiensis

Hairlip brotula

Cataetyx lepidogenys

Nielsen's catetyx

Brown brotula

Cataetyx platyrhynchus

Rubynose brotula

Cataetyx simus

Black brotula

Spotted cusk-eel

Dactylosurculus gomoni

Australian tusk

Greenfield's mudbrotula

Hoese's mudbrotula

Nielsen's mudbrotula

Anderson's mudbrotula

Orange brotula

Morrison's mudbrotula

Winged coralbrotula

Allen's coralbrotula

Humpbacked coralbrotula

Atoll coralbrotula

Beate's coralbrotula

Shortnosed coralbrotula

Lonely coralbrotula

Diancistrus erythraeus

Fiji coralbrotula

Dusky brotulid

Randall's coralbrotula

Johnson's coralbrotula

Karin's coralbrotula

Katrine's coralbrotula

Leis' coralbrotula

Diancistrus longifilis

Machida's coralbrotula

Few-pored coralbrotula

Mcgrouther's coralbrotula

Menne's coralbrotula

Dark coralbrotula

Diancistrus novaeguineae

Pohnpei coralbrotula

Robust coralbrotula

Springer's coralbrotula

Tonga coralbrotula

Vietnam coralbrotula

Dicrolene filamentosa

Dicrolene gregoryi

Dicrolene hubrechti

Digitate cusk eel

Dicrolene kanazawai

Dicrolene longimana

Dicrolene mesogramma

Slender brotula

Dicrolene nigra

Dicrolene nigricaudis

Dicrolene pallidus

Dicrolene pullata

Dicrolene quinquarius

Dicrolene tristis

Dicrolene vaillanti

Didymothallus criniceps

Smalleye cusk

Didymothallus pruvosti

Yellow pigmy brotula

Diplacanthopoma alcockii

Diplacanthopoma brachysoma

Diplacanthopoma brunnea

Diplacanthopoma japonicus

Diplacanthopoma jordani

Diplacanthopoma kreffti

Diplacanthopoma nigripinnis

Diplacanthopoma raniceps

Diplacanthopoma riversandersoni

Dipulus caecus

Hutchin's mudbrotula

Dipulus multiradiatus

Dipulus norfolkanus

Echiodon anchipterus

Echiodon atopus

Echiodon coheni

Messmate

Chain pearlfish

Fierasfer

Echiodon drummondii

Nocturnal pearlfish

Echiodon neotes

Echiodon pegasus

Echiodon pukaki

Echiodon rendahli - Echiodon rendahli is a pearlfish of the family Carapidae, found in the south west Pacific oceans around Australia and New Zealand at depths down to 60 m.

Encheliophis chardewalli

Lipless messmate-fish

Silver pearlfish

Encheliophis sagamianus

Worm pearlfish - Encheliophis vermicularis is a pearlfish species in the genus Encheliophis.

Pygmy pearlfish

Enchelybrotula gomoni

Epetriodus freddyi

Eretmichthys pinnatus

Eel pearlfish

Eusurculus andamanensis

Eusurculus pistillum

Eusurculus pristinus

Fiordichthys slartibartfasti - The Fiordland brotula, Fiordichthys slartibartfasti, is a rare viviparous brotula of the family Bythitidae, the only member of the genus Fiordichthys.

Pink ling - Other names in English include ling, Australian rockling, kingclip, pink ling, and northern ling.

Genypterus brasiliensis

Kingklip

Red cusk-eel

Black cusk-eel

Rock ling

Glyptophidium argenteum

Glyptophidium effulgens

Glyptophidium japonicum

Bigeye brotula

Glyptophidium lucidum

Glyptophidium macropus

Glyptophidium oceanium

Bighead brotula

Grammonus ater

Dusky brotula

Purple brotula

Grammonus longhursti

Grammonus nagaredai

Humpback brotula

Grammonus thielei

Grammonus waikiki

Grammonus yunokawai

Bussing's mudbrotula

Cohen's mudbrotula

Gold brotula

Hastatobythites arafurensis

Hephthocara crassiceps

Snubnosed blindfish

Holcomycteronus aequatoris

Holcomycteronus brucei

Holcomycteronus digittatus

Holcomycteronus profundissimus

Holcomycteronus pterotus

Holcomycteronus squamosus

Homostolus acer

Armored weaselfish

Hoplobrotula badia

False kinglip

Hypopleuron caninum

Lamprogrammus brunswigi

Legless cuskeel

Lamprogrammus fragilis

Lamprogrammus niger

Lamprogrammus shcherbachevi

Lapitaichthys frickei

Dusky cusk eel

Shortbeard cusk-eel

Cusk-eel

Lepophidium kallion

Cusk eel

Silver cusk eel

Specklefin cusk eel

Leopard cusk eel

Blackedge cusk-eel

Blackrim cusk-eel

Prowspine cusk eel

Barred cusk-eel

Blotchfin cusk eel

Leptobrotula breviventralis

Leucicorus atlanticus

Leucicorus lusciosus

Leucobrotula adipata

Lucifuga inopinata

Lucaya cavebrotula

Luciobrotula corethromycter

Luciobrotula lineata

Luciobrotula nolfi

Majungaichthys simplex

Mascarenichthys heemstrai

Mascarenichthys microphthalmus

Mastigopterus imperator

Melodichthys hadrocephalus

Meteoria erythrops

Microbrotula bentleyi

Microbrotula greenfieldi

Microbrotula polyactis

Microbrotula punicea

Microbrotula queenslandica

Microbrotula randalli

Microbrotula rubra

Monomitopus agassizii

Monomitopus americanus

Scaly-headed blindfish

Monomitopus garmani

Monomitopus kumae

Monomitopus longiceps

Monomitopus magnus

Monomitopus malispinosus

Monomitopus metriostoma

Monomitopus microlepis

Monomitopus nigripinnis

Monomitopus pallidus

Monomitopus torvus

Monomitopus vitiazi

Monothrix polylepis

Neobythites alcocki

Black-edged cusk-eel

Neobythites andamanensis

Neobythites australiensis

Neobythites bimaculatus

Neobythites bimarginatus

Neobythites braziliensis

Neobythites crosnieri

Neobythites elongatus

Neobythites fijiensis

Neobythites franzi

Twospot brotula

Neobythites javaensis

Neobythites kenyaensis

Neobythites longipes

Neobythites longispinis

Neobythites longiventralis

Neobythites macrocelli

Neobythites malayanus

Neobythites malhaensis

Stripefin brotula

Neobythites marianaensis

Neobythites marquesaensis

Neobythites meteori

Neobythites monocellatus

Neobythites multidigitatus

Neobythites multistriatus

Neobythites musorstomi

Neobythites natalensis

Neobythites neocaledoniensis

Neobythites nigriventris

Neobythites ocellatus

Neobythites pallidus

Neobythites purus

Neobythites sereti

Neobythites sinensis

Cusk eel

Neobythites soelae

Neobythites somaliaensis

Neobythites steatiticus

Neobythites stefanovi

Thread brotula

Neobythites stigmosus

Neobythites trifilis

Neobythites unicolor

Neobythites unimaculatus

Neobythites vityazi

Neobythites zonatus

Neobythitoides serratus

Nybelinella brevidorsalis

Nybelinella erikssoni

Boehlke's coralbrotula

Walker's coralbrotula

Key brotula

Coco coralbrotula

Smith's coralbrotula

Deroy's cuskeel

William's coralbrotula

Jewett's coralbrotula

Mccosker's coralbrotula

Darkfinned coralbrotula

Naked-headed coralbrotula

Roberts' coralbrotula

Sabaji's coralbrotula

Sedor's coralbrotula

Suarez' coralbrotula

Tyler's coralbrotula

Gulf cuskeel

Ferocious coralbrotula

Haiti coralbrotula

Kakuk's coralbrotula

Longfinned coralbrotula

Small-eyed coralbrotula

Puerto Rico coralbrotula

Tobago coralbrotula

Fowler's pearlfish

Oyster pearlfish

Longnose cusk-eel

Ophidion asiro

Snake blenny

Shorthead cusk-eel

Ophidion exul

Striped cusk eel

Ophidion genyopus

Blotched cusk-eel

Band cusk-eel

Mimic cusk-eel

Rainbow cusk eel

Crested cusk-eel

Hairlip cusk

Ophidion lozanoi

Striped cusk-eel

Ophidion metoecus

Black-edged cusk-eel

Letter opener

Colonial cusk-eel

Ophidion rochei

Ophidion saldanhai

Basketweave cusk-eel

Mooneye cusk-eel

Natal cusk-eel

Crested cusk-eel

Ghost cusk-eel

Sleeper cusk

Bighead cusk eel

Polka-dot cusk-eel

Parabrotula plagiophthalmus

Parabrotula tanseimaru

Sharpnosed coralbrotula

Cuyo coralbrotula

Paradiancistrus lombokensis

Parasciadonus brevibrachium

Parasciadonus pauciradiatus

Dusky cusk

Parophidion vassali

Penopus microphthalmus

Velvetnose brotula

Redfin brotula

Porocephalichthys dasyrhynchus

Porogadus abyssalis

Porogadus atripectus

Porogadus catena

Cavernous assfish

Porogadus guentheri

Porogadus longiceps

Porogadus melampeplus

Porogadus melanocephalus

Slender cuskeel

Porogadus nudus

Porogadus silus

Porogadus subarmatus

Porogadus trichiurus

San Blas coralbrotula

Pseudonus acutus

Pseudonus platycephalus

Pseudonus squamiceps

Pycnocraspedum armatum

Pycnocraspedum fulvum

Pycnocraspedum microlepis

Pycnocraspedum phyllosoma

Pycnocraspedum squamipinne

Pyramodon lindas

Dogtooth pearlfish

Dogtooth pearlfish

Banded cusk eel

Saccogaster hawaii

Saccogaster maculata

Saccogaster melanomycter

Saccogaster normae

Saccogaster parva

Saccogaster rhamphidognatha

Saccogaster staigeri

Saccogaster tuberculata

Sciadonus cryptophthalmus

Sciadonus galatheae

Sciadonus jonassoni

Sciadonus pedicellaris

Gunther's cuskeel

Cusk eel

Brown-banded cusk-eel

Sirembo metachroma

Snyderidia canina

Pudgy cuskeel - Spectrunculus grandis is a species of ray-finned fish in the cusk-eel family known by the common names pudgy cusk-eel and giant cusk-eel.

Spottobrotula amaculata

Spottobrotula mahodadi

Black widow

Tauredophidium hextii

Tetragondacnus spilotus

Thalassobathia nelsoni

Pelagic brotula

Thermichthys hollisi

Two-spined slopebrotula

Marshall slopebrotula

Typhlonus nasus

Ungusurculus collettei

Ungusurculus komodoensis

Ungusurculus philippinensis

Ungusurculus riauensis

Ungusurculus sundaensis

Ventichthys biospeedoi

Xyelacyba myersi

Zephyrichthys barryi

Order Orectolobiformes

Brown catshark - The blind shark is one of two species of carpet sharks in the family Brachaeluridae, along with the bluegrey carpetshark , and the only extant member of its genus.

Arabian carpetshark - The Arabian carpetshark is a species of carpet shark in the family Hemiscylliidae, inhabiting coral reefs and other shallow coastal habitats from the Persian Gulf to India.

Burmese bamboo shark - Reproduction is presumed to be oviparous.

Indonesian bamboo shark - Hasselt's bamboo shark, Chiloscyllium hasseltii, is a bamboo shark in the family Hemiscylliidae found around Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia, between latitudes 23° N and 10° N, and longitude 91° E and 133° E.

Barbelthroat carpet shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Taiwan saddled carpetshark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Saddled carpet shark - The Saddle Carpetshark, Cirrhoscyllium japonicum, is a carpetshark of the family Parascylliidae found around Japan, between latitudes 35°N and 24°N, at depths of between 250 to 290 metres .

Ogilbys wobbegong - Reproduction is ovoviviparous.

Indonesia speckled carpetshark - It is nocturnal, hiding in reef crevices during the day.

Hemiscyllium galei - Hemiscyllium galei is a species of shark habitating the Western Pacific waters near Indonesia.

Papuan epaulette shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Hemiscyllium henryi - The Hemiscyllium henryi is a Pacific Ocean type of shark that is distinguished by a unique colour pattern, and a combination of small scattered spots on the head, body and fins.

Blind shark - The epaulette shark, Hemiscyllium ocellatum, is a species of longtailed carpet shark, family Hemiscylliidae, found in shallow, tropical waters off Australia and New Guinea .

Hooded carpet shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Marbled catshark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Blue-gray carpet shark - The bluegrey carpetshark or Colclough's shark is an uncommon species of carpet shark endemic to shallow inshore waters off northeastern Australia.

Madame X - The tawny nurse shark, Nebrius ferrugineus, is a species of nurse shark, family Ginglymostomatidae, and the only extant member of the genus Nebrius.

Floral banded wobbegong - The floral banded wobbegong is a recently described species of carpet shark found in the Indian Ocean off southwestern Australia.

Western wobbegong - The floral banded wobbegong is a recently described species of carpet shark found in the Indian Ocean off southwestern Australia.

Japanese wobbegong - The Japanese wobbegong, Orectolobus japonicus, is a carpet shark in the family Orectolobidae, found in the tropical western Pacific Ocean from Japan and Korea to Viet Nam and the Philippines, between latitudes 43° N to 6° N.

Wobbegong - The spotted wobbegong, Orectolobus maculatus, is a carpet shark in the family Orectolobidae, found in the eastern Indian Ocean from Western Australia to southern Queensland, between latitudes 20° S to 40° S.

Dwarf spotted wobbegong - The dwarf spotted wobbegong is a recently described carpet shark in the family Orectolobidae.

Orectolobus reticulatus

Wards wobbegong - Northern wobbegongs are excellent aquarium sharks due to their small adult size.

Collared carpet shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Elongate carpet shark

Rusty carpet shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Parascyllium - Reproduction is oviparous.

Aried cat shark - Reproduction is oviparous.

Short-tail nurse shark - The short-tail nurse shark, Pseudoginglymostoma brevicaudatum, is a nurse shark in the family Ginglymostomatidae, the only member of the genus Pseudoginglymostoma.

Leopard shark - The zebra shark, Stegostoma fasciatum , is a species of carpet shark and the sole member of the family Stegostomatidae.

Cobbler carpet shark - Its reproduction is ovoviviparous.

Order Osmeriformes

Agassiz' smooth-head

Alepocephalus andersoni

Alepocephalus antipodianus

Alepocephalus asperifrons

Small scaled brown slickhead

Baird's smooth-head

Alepocephalus bicolor

Alepocephalus blanfordii

Alepocephalus dentifer

Alepocephalus fundulus

Alepocephalus longiceps

Alepocephalus longirostris

Alepocephalus melas

Alepocephalus owstoni

Alepocephalus planifrons

Smalleye smooth-head

California slickhead

Alepocephalus triangularis

Slickhead

Whitebait smelt - Whitebait smelt can grow from 7-9 inches in length, and are important food sources for larger fish.

Aplochiton taeniatus

Aplochiton zebra

Alice argentina

Silverside

Bruce's argentine

Argentine

Argentina georgei - Argentina georgei is a species of fish in the Argentinidae family.

Smallmouth argentine

North-pacific argentine

Argentina stewarti

Argentine - Argentina striata is a species of fish in the Argentinidae family.

Asquamiceps caeruleus

Asquamiceps hjorti

Asquamiceps longmani

Fanfin smooth-head

Aulastomatomorpha phospherops

Bajacalifornia aequatoris

Bajacalifornia arcylepis

Brown slickhead

Bajacalifornia erimoensis

Bigeye smooth-head

Bajacalifornia microstoma

Palebelly searsid

Barbantus elongatus

Bathylaco macrophthalmus

Bathylaco nielseni

Boneythroat

Bathylagichthys australis

Bathylagichthys longipinnis

Bathylagichthys parini

Bathylagichthys problematicus

Bathylagoides argyrogaster

Bathylagus andriashevi

Bathylagus borealis

Ghost smelt

Bathylagus niger

Blackchin blacksmelt

Pacific black smelt

California smoothtongue

Bathylagus tenuis

Snubnose blacksmelt

Javelin spookfish - The species is notable for unusual protuberances that grow from its eyes, which each have "a well developed lens"

Fangtooth smooth-head

Bathytroctes breviceps

Bathytroctes elegans

Bathytroctes inspector

Bathytroctes macrognathus

Koefoed's smooth-head

Michael Sars smooth-head

Smallscale smooth-head

Bathytroctes pappenheimi

Bathytroctes squamosus

Bathytroctes zugmayeri

Binghamichthys aphos

Conocara bertelseni

Fiolenti's smooth-head

Conocara kreffti

Longfin smooth-head

Elongate smooth-head

Murray's smooth-head

Conocara nigrum

Salmon smooth-head

Werner's smooth-head

Longsnout blacksmelt

Dolichopteryx anascopa

Dolichopteryx binocularis

Dolichopteryx brachyrhynchus

Dolichopteryx minuscula

Winged spookfish

Dolichopteryx pseudolongipes

Dolichopteryx rostrata

Dolichopteryx trunovi

Toothless smooth-head

Loosescale smooth-head

Maori trout - The giant kokopu, Galaxias argenteus, is a galaxiid of the genus Galaxias, found only in New Zealand.

Koaro - The climbing galaxias is unlikely to be confused with the other diadromous whitebait species because of its shape.

Banded kokopu - The banded kokopu, Galaxias fasciatus, is a galaxiid of the genus Galaxias, found only in New Zealand, including the Chatham and Stewart/Rakiura islands.

Common galaxias - The common galaxias, Galaxias maculatus, is a species of fish from the galaxiid family that is very widespread in the southern hemisphere.

Galaxias platei

Shortjaw kokopu - The shortjaw kokopu, Galaxias postvectis, is a galaxiid of the genus Galaxias, found only in New Zealand, apart from the Chatham and Stewart/Rakiura islands.

Spotted mountain trout - Spotted galaxias has a very wide distribution, being found in southern Victoria, all of Tasmania, offshore islands in between, as well as south-west Western Australia.

Glossanodon australis

Glossanodon danieli

Glossanodon elongatus

Smalltoothed argentine

Glossanodon lineatus

Glossanodon melanomanus

Glossanodon mildredae

Glossanodon nazca

Glossanodon polli

Glossanodon pseudolineatus

Pygmy argentine

Deepsea smelt

Struhsaker's deep-sea smelt

Krefft's smooth-head

Bighead searsid

Holtbyrnia conocephala

Holtbyrnia cyanocephala

Teardrop tubeshoulder

Holtbyrnia intermedia

Holtbyrnia laticauda

Streaklight tubeshoulder

Holtbyrnia ophiocephala

Agassiz' smooth-head

Leptochilichthys microlepis

Vaillant's smooth-head

Leptoderma affinis

Leptoderma lubricum

Grenadier smooth-head

Leptoderma retropinna

Northern smooth-tongue - The Northen smoothtongue is a type of deepwater fish that can grow to a length of 15 centimetres .

Eared blacksmelt

Tasmanian whitebait - The Tasmanian whitebait or Derwent whitebait, Lovettia sealii, is a galaxiid of the family Galaxiidae, found only in Tasmania, Australia.

Pacific barreleye - Macropinna microstoma is the only species of fish in the genus Macropinna, belonging to Opisthoproctidae, the barreleye family. M.

Breakfast fish - Females reach 20 cm in length, while males are up to 25 cm long.

Matsuichthys aequipinnis

Maulisia acuticeps

Palegold searsid

Maulisia isaacsi

Smallscale searsid

Deep-sea smelt

Mentodus bythios

Mentodus crassus

Mentodus eubranchus

Mentodus facilis

Mentodus longirostris

Mentodus mesalirus

Mentodus perforatus

Microphotolepis multipunctata

Microphotolepis schmidti

Norman's smooth-head

Mirorictus taningi

Nansenia ahlstromi

Nansenia antarctica

Nansenia ardesiaca

Nansenia atlantica

Bluethroat argentine

Stout argentine

Greenland argentine

Nansenia iberica

Nansenia indica

Nansenia longicauda

Nansenia macrolepis

Nansenia megalopa

Nansenia oblita

Nansenia obscura

Nansenia pelagica

Nansenia sanrikuensis

Nansenia tenera

Nansenia tenuicauda

Narcetes erimelas

Narcetes kamoharai

Narcetes lloydi

Blackhead salmon

Narcetes wonderi

Tasmanian mudfish - N.

Neosalanx anderssoni

Neosalanx brevirostris

Neosalanx jordani

Ariakehimeshirauo

Normichthys herringi

Multipore searsid

Normichthys yahganorum

Mirrorbelly - The 'mirrorbelly' or 'barreleye' is a barreleye of the genus Opisthoproctus, is found in most deep tropical and subtropical oceans and seas, from depths of 200 to 2,000 m.

Barrel-eye

Arctic rainbow smelt

Pectinantus parini

Persparsia kopua - Persparsia kopua, is a tubeshoulder of the family Platytroctidae, found around the world in the southern hemisphere between latitudes 30° S and 50° S.

Starry smooth-head

Legless searsid

Leaf searsid

Plecoglossus altivelis chinensis - The name "sweetfish" is due to the sweetness of its flesh.

Ryukyu ayu-fish - The name "sweetfish" is due to the sweetness of its flesh.

Clearhead icefish

Cucumber herring - The Australian grayling is a streamlined fish with a streamlined, vaguely trout-like shape.

Extinct grayling - The New Zealand grayling, Prototroctes oxyrhynchus, is an extinct smelt of the genus Prototroctes, which was found only in lowland rivers and streams of New Zealand.

Robust blacksmelt

Tasmanian smelt - The Tasmanian smelt, Retropinna tasmanica, is a small, pelagic freshwater smelt found in lowland streams of Tasmania, Australia.

Rhynchohyalus natalensis

Abyssal smooth-head

Softskin smooth-head

Rouleina danae

Rouleina eucla

Rouleina euryops

Rouleina guentheri

Rouleina livida

Madeiran smooth-head

Rouleina nuda

Bluntsnout slickhead

Rouleina watasei

Shining tubeshoulder

Sagamichthys gracilis

Schnakenbeck's searsid

Salangichthys ishikawae

Common icefish

Salanx ariakensis

Chinese noodlefish

Noodlefish

Salanx prognathus

Koefoed's searsid

Searsioides calvala

Searsioides multispinus

Spirinchus lanceolatus - Shishamo or Spirinchus lanceolatus is a saltwater fish about 15 centimeters in length.

Night smelt - Night smelt are similar in appearance to the longfin smelt .

Pacific smelt - Its most distinctive characteristic is the long pectoral fins that reach nearly to the base of the pelvic fins, and thus inspire the common name.

Stokell's smelt - Stokell's smelt, Stokellia anisodon, is a smelt, the only member of the genus Stokellia, found in rivers between the Waiau and Waitaki Rivers on the east coast of the South Island of New Zealand.

Antillean smooth-head

Threadfin slickhead

Talismania brachycephala

Alepocephalus

Talismania filamentosa

Hairfin smooth-head

Talismania kotlyari

Threadfin slickhead

Threadfin smooth-head

Talismania okinawensis

Eurachon - The common names of this fish have a somewhat confusing relationship.

Winteria telescopa

Bluntsnout smooth-head - The bluntsnout smooth-head, black slickhead, cope's bluntsnout smooth-head, or Atlantic gymnast, Xenodermichthys copei, is a slickhead of the genus Xenodermichthys, found in the Atlantic, Indian, and Pacific oceans, and the Tasman Sea, at depths of 100 to 2,600 m.

Xenodermichthys nodulosus

Xenophthalmichthys danae

Order Perciformes

Scaly boy

Green damselfish - "ZipCode Zoo".

Bengal sergeant

Night sergeant

Sergeant major

Mexican nightsergeant

African sergeant

Black-tail sergeant - "ZipCode Zoo".

Canary damsel

Pearly sergeant

Yellowtail sergeant

Natal sergeant - Scissortail seargents are coral reef dwelling fish, living at depths of up to 15 m in tropical reaches, often living in a group surrounding a single head of coral.

Spot pom

False-eye sergeant

Night sergeant

Panamic sergeant major

Five finger - The Indo-Pacific sergeant is found from the Red Sea to South Africa, as far as Southeast Australia and South Japan.

Whitley's sergeant

Acanthanectes hystrix

Acanthanectes rufus

Acanthaphritis barbata

Acanthaphritis grandisquamis

Acanthaphritis ozawai

Acanthaphritis unoorum

Roughhead blenny - The roughhead blenny, Acanthemblemaria aspera, is a member of the blenny family native to the tropical Western Atlantic Ocean.

Acanthemblemaria atrata

Clubhead blenny

Speckled blenny

Galapagos barnacle blenny

Papillose blenny

Browncheek blenny

Acanthemblemaria cubana

Bluntspine blenny

False papillose blenny

Acanthemblemaria harpeza

Acanthemblemaria johnsoni

Barnacle blenny

Revillagigedo barnacle blenny

Secretary blenny

Medusa blenny

Dwarf spinyhead blenny

Spotjaw blenny

Spinyhead blenny - A.

Malpelo barnacle blenny

Sea bass

Yellowbanded perch - The yellowbanded perch, Acanthistius cinctus, is a large marine fish of the grouper family, found around eastern Australia.

Acanthistius fuscus

Acanthistius ocellatus

Acanthistius pardalotus

Acanthistius patachonicus

Acanthistius paxtoni

Brick seabass

Koester

Western wirrah

Bandfish

Acanthocepola indica

Bandfish

Spiny chromis - Acanthochromis polyacanthus is a Chromis from the Western Pacific.

Olive rockfish

Rockfish - The New Zealand rockfish, Acanthoclinus littoreus, is a roundhead of the genus Acanthoclinus, found only in New Zealand from shallow depths to 15 m.

Stout rockfish

Acanthoclinus matti - Acanthoclinus matti is a longfin of the family Plesiopidae, found only in New Zealand at depths of up to 17 m.

Little rockfish - The little rockfish, Acanthoclinus rua, is a longfin of the family Plesiopidae, found only in New Zealand's subtidal zone and in rock pools at low tide.

Barracuda - The body is elongated and covered with small, scarcely visible scales; the back is an iridescent blue, while the sides are silvery, with a pattern of vertical blue bars.

Acanthodraco dewitti

Japanese river goby

Acanthogobius lactipes

Acanthogobius luridus

Scale-rayed wrasse - Acantholabrus is a genus of wrasse in the Labridae family.

Blackline prickleback

Acanthopagrus akazakii

Picnic seabream

Twobar seabream

Black bream - The species is primarily an inhabitant of estuaries and coastal lakes, rarely entering the ocean, as it cannot complete its life cycle in a fully marine environment.

Acanthopagrus chinshira

Yellowfin seabream

North west black bream

Acanthopagrus schlegelii czerskii

Acanthopagrus taiwanensis

Badger spiny basslet

Scottie

Acanthoplesiops psilogaster

Achilles tang - They are a mid-sized surgeonfish reaching a maximum of 10in/25 cm at adulthood.

Whitefin surgeonfish - The Whitefin surgeonfish is a marine reef tang in the fish family Acanthuridae.

Orange-socket surgeonfish

Barber - Ocean Surgeonfish are known by their oval bodies with uniform color , the pale to dark marking around the eyes, and the light yellow found on their pectoral fins.

Chronixis surgeonfish

Blue tang surgeonfish - Although the body of the fish can vary in shaded from light to dark blue, both the dorsal fin and the anal fin are covered in bright blue on their edges.

Eyestripe surgeonfish - Acanthurus dussumieri is a Tang from the Indo-Pacific.

Fowler's surgeonfish

Palelipped surgeonfish

Whitebar surgeonfish

Blue banded surgeonfish - Acanthurus lineatus is a Tang from the Indo-Pacific.

White freckled surgeonfish - Acanthurus maculiceps is a Tang from the Indo-West Pacific.

Monrovia doctorfish

Brown surgeonfish - Acanthurus nigrofuscus or the Brown surgeonfish is a tang from the Indo-Pacific.

Bluelined surgeon

Black-barred surgeonfish

Gulf surgeonfish

Acanthurus reversus

Sohal surgeonfish - Like other tangs, the sohal tang is compressed laterally, making it extremely maneuverable and fast along the reef.

Doubleband surgeonfish - The Doubleband Surgeonfish or Lieutenant Tang is a marine reef tang in the fish family Acanthuridae.

Thompson's surgeonfish

Yellowfin surgeonfish - The name Yellow-tailed Acanthurus, which is not an Acanthurus in the strict sense of the word since it has been classified in the Hepatus genus, when still young deserves its name since the color of its tail is a beautiful yellow.

Mangrove goby

Tropical sand goby

Acentrogobius cyanomos

Day's goby

Acentrogobius ennorensis

Grey goby

Pupilspot goby

Manson's goby

Acentrogobius pflaumii

Sulu goby

Acentrogobius viganensis

Spotted green goby

Western blue groper

Wrasse

Acropoma argentistigma

Acropoma boholensis

Acropoma hanedai

Glowbelly

Acropoma lecorneti

Red-flushed rock-cod

Aethotaxis mitopteryx pawsoni

Aiakas kreffti

Aiakas zinorum

Aidablennius sphynx

Aioliops brachypterus

Mini dart-goby

Aioliops novaeguineae

Aioliops tetrophthalmus

Akarotaxis nudiceps

Akko brevis

Akko dionaea

Akko rossi

African threadfish - The African threadfish is one of three members of the diamond trevally genus Alectis, which itself is one of 33 genera encapsulated in the jack family Carangidae.

African pompano - The African pompano is one of three members of the diamond trevally genus Alectis, which itself is one of 33 genera encapsulated in the jack family Carangidae.

Indian threadfish - The Indian threadfish is one of three members of the diamond trevally genus Alectis, which itself is one of 33 genera encapsulated in the jack family, Carangidae.

Stone cockscomb

Alectrias benjamini

Alectrias cirratus

Alectrias gallinus

Alectrias mutsuensis

Lesser prickleback

Smallmouth scad - The smallmouth scad is one of five members in the scad genus Alepes, which is one of 33 genera of the jack family, Carangidae.

Shrimp scad - The shrimp scad is one of five species of fish in the scad genus Alepes, which itself is one of thirty genera in the jack family Carangidae.

Razorbelly scad - The razorbelly scad is classified in the scad genus Alepes, which is part of the jack family, Carangidae.

Blackfin scad - The blackfin scad is one of five species in the scad genus Alepes, which is one of 33 genera of the jack family, Carangidae.

Herring scad - The herring scad is one of five extant species in the scad genus Alepes, a group of fish in the jack family, Carangidae.

Alloblennius anuchalis

Jugular blenny

Dwarf blenny

Alloblennius pictus

Island kelpfish

Dorothea's wriggler

Slender tuna - The slender tuna, Allothunnus fallai, is a species of tuna, the only species in the genus Allothunnus, found around the world in the southern oceans between latitudes 20° and 50° South.

Coney

Pacifiic guaseta

Alticus anjouanae

Pacific leaping blenny

Kirk's blenny

Alticus monochrus

Alticus montanoi

Leaping blenny

Alticus sertatus

Marquesan rockskipper

Azure damsel

Altrichthys curatus

Amarsipus carlsbergi

Port Jackson glassfish

Freckled hawkfish

Estuarine glass perchlet

Flag-tailed glass perchlet

Slender glassy

Vachelli's glass perchlet

Pinkgray goby

Amblychaeturichthys sciistius

Twospot hawkfish

Amblycirrhitus earnshawi

Amblycirrhitus oxyrhynchos

Grannyfish - Amblycirrhitus pinos, commonly called the redspotted hawkfish, is a Hawkfish from the Western Atlantic.

Amblycirrhitus unimacula

Horse-shoe shrimp-goby

Pinkbar goby

Amblyeleotris bellicauda

Amblyeleotris biguttata

Shrimp goby

Amblyeleotris callopareia

Amblyeleotris delicatulus

Diagonal shrimp-goby

Downing's shrimpgoby

Amblyeleotris ellipse

Giant prawn-goby

Spotted prawn-goby

Masked shrimpgoby

Amblyeleotris harrisorum - This is an elongated goby up to 75 mm standard length.

Amblyeleotris japonica

Metallic shrimp-goby

Amblyeleotris macronema

Amblyeleotris marquesas - This is an elongated goby up to 7 cm standard length.

Masui's shrimp-goby

Amblyeleotris melanocephala

Amblyeleotris neumanni

Amblyeleotris novaecaledoniae

Ogasawara shrimp-goby

Periophthalma prawn-goby

Volcano shrimpgoby

Amblyeleotris rubrimarginata - This is a fairly elongated goby up to 8 cm standard length.

Steinitz' prawn-goby

Amblyeleotris stenotaeniata

Magnus' prawn-goby

Amblyeleotris taipinensis

Triplespot shrimpgoby

Gorgeous prawn-goby

Flagtail shrimpgoby

Golden damsel - Amblyglyphidodon aureus is a Damselfish from the Western Pacific.

Green sergeant

Black-snouted sergeant-major

Yellowfin damsel

Amblyglyphidodon indicus - Up to 8.

Goldenscaled damselfish

Amblyglyphidodon melanopterus

Amblyglyphidodon orbicularis

Ternate damsel

Butterfly goby

Buan goby

Byno goby

Orange-striped goby

Snoutspot goby

Link's goby

Amblygobius magnusi

Nocturn goby

Rainford's goby

Sphynx goby

Amblygobius stethophthalmus

Amblygobius tekomaji

Amblyotrypauchen arctocephalus

Black-banded demoiselle

Amblypomacentrus clarus

Lance

Lance

Pacific sand lance

Gill's sand lance

Ammodytoides kimurai

Pitcairn Sandlance

Ammodytoides pylei

Scaly sandlance

Ammodytoides vagus

Ammolabrus dicrus

Yellowtail trumpeter - The species commonly inhabits estuaries during the warmer months of the year, moving offshore in winter to avoid the influx of fresh water from swollen rivers.

Amoya gracilis

Amoya madraspatensis

Amoya moloanus

Tusk goby

Lord Howe Island butterflyfish - The Lord Howe Island butterflyfish, Amphichaetodon howensis, is a butterflyfish of the family Chaetodontidae, found along the east coast of Australia, around Lord Howe Island, and down the east coast of Northland in New Zealand, at depths of between 10 and 150 m.

Narrow-barred butterflyfish

Barrier reef anemonefish - Adults are an orange-brown color with two white bars with black edging encircling the body.

Allard's anemonefish

Amphiprion barberi

Chagos anemonefish

Two-banded anemonefish - It feeds on mainly zooplankton and algae.

Brown anemonefish - Clark's Anemonefish is a spectacularly colourful fish, with vivid black, white and yellow stripes, though the exact pattern shows considerable geographical variation.

Oneband anemonefish - The tomato clownfish, Amphiprion frenatus, is a clownfish that is found in the waters of the Western Pacific, from the Ryukyu Islands, Japan, to Malaysia and Indonesia.

Seychelles anemonefish

Wide-band anemonefish

Madagascar anemonefish

White-bonnet anemonefish

Mcculloch's anemonefish

Maldive anemonefish - This clownfish is characterized by its rusty, orange color with a single white stripe running vertically just behind the eye.

False clown anemonefish - This clown anemonefish can be recognised by its orange colour with three white bars and black markings on the fins.

Oman anemonefish

Orange clownfish - The Amphiron Percula can grow to be 11cm in length, but is on average 8cm, and can be recognized by three white lines across their bright orange bodies, with no distinction in color between sexes.

False skunk-striped anemonefish

Yellowfinned anemonefish - The saddleback clownfish can be found in the eastern parts of the Indian and the Western parts of the Pacific oceans.

Australian anemonefish

Golden anemonefish - It is an omnivore, its diet including shrimp, and is best when supplied with an anemone.

Sebae anemonefish - Although it is well known for its shared name with the sebae anemone, it is normally found with the saddle anemone.

Thielle's anemonefish

Three-band anemonefish - Like many other clownfish, three-band anemonefish can be aggressive as they grow.

Barred surfperch - Barred surfperch are an important sport fishery for most surf fishermen in California.

Calico surfperch

Porgy

Bluespotted wrasse

Redtail wrasse

Elegant wrasse - The elegant wrasse, Anampses elegans, is a wrasse of the family Labridae, found in eastern Australia and north eastern New Zealand at depths of between 2 and 35 m.

Blue-striped orange tamarin

Geographic wrasse

Blue and yellow wrasse

Lined wrasse

Spotted wrasse

New Guinea wrasse

Yellowbreasted wrasse

Anampses viridis

Tentacled dragonet

Blue sea cat - This fish, sometimes considered "charmingly ugly"1 is found across the North Atlantic Ocean from north of Russia to the Scotian Shelf, off Nova Scotia.

Wolf-fish - In spite of its large size the Atlantic wolffish has retained the bodily form and general external characteristics of small blennies .

Catfish - The bottom-dwelling spotted wolffish is found across the North Atlantic from north of Russia to the Scotian Shelf, off Nova Scotia.

Bering wolffish

Doctorfish - Large wolf eels can be aggressive and are capable of inflicting painful bites on humans

Anatolanthias apiomycter

Natal wrasse

Andamia amphibius

Andamia heteroptera

Suckerlip blenny

Andamia tetradactylus

Andriashevia aptera

Anisarchus macrops

Stout eelblenny

Mascarene Annie

Saint Brandon's Annie

Silvergrey grunt

Xantic sargo

Spotted head sargo

Yellow-tailed grunt

Brownstriped grunt - The brownstriped grunt is a species of fish in the Haemulidae family.

Carruco sargo

Sargo

Black thicklip

Panama porkfish

Atlantic porkfish - The Porkfish, Anisotremus virginicus is a Grunt from the Western Atlantic.

Slender cockscomb

Crested blenny

Aden blenny

Moustached rockskipper

Horned rockskipper

Antennablennius ceylonensis

Simony's blenny

Orangedotted blenny

Anthias asperilinguis

Anthias cyprinoides

Anthias helenensis

Anthias menezesi

Yellowfin bass

Rosy Jewelfish

Anthias salmopunctatus - Anthias salmopunctatus is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Threadnose bass

Swallowtail bass

Antigonia aurorosea

Deep-bodied boarfish - Antigonia capros is a species of fish in the Caproidae family.

Boarfish

Antigonia eos

Antigonia hulleyi

Indo-pacific boarfish

Antigonia kenyae

Antigonia malayana

Antigonia ovalis

Antigonia quiproqua

Rhomboidal boarfish

Roseate boarfish

Antigonia socotrae

Antigonia undulata

Antigonia xenolepis

Balala

Cutlassfish

Aphanopus beckeri

Aphanopus capricornis

Smalleye scabbardfish

Mikhailin's scabbardfish

Small toothed jobfish

Rusty jobfish

Transparent goby

Marblefish - The marblefish or southern seacarp, Aplodactylus arctidens, is a marblefish of the genus Aplodactylus, found in south eastern Australia, and around New Zealand, in depths down to 40 m.

Notchheaded marblefish - The notchheaded marblefish, Aplodactylus etheridgii, is a marblefish of the genus Aplodactylus, found between North Cape and East Cape on the North Island of New Zealand, in depths down to 40 m.

Aplodactylus guttatus

Aplodactylus punctatus

Aplodactylus westralis

Gobi

Apocryptodon madurensis

Pen-point blenny

Rockweed gunnel

Kelp gunnel

Longfin burrower

Apogon abrogramma

Longtooth cardinalfish - Apogon affinis is a species of fish in the Apogonidae family.

Creamspotted cardinalfish

Amboina cardinalfish

Brazilian flamefish

Striped cardinalfish

Plain cardinalfish

Apogon argyrogaster

Apogon aterrimus

Blacktip cardinalfish

Bulls-eye cardinalfish

Apogon atrogaster

Bridle cardinalfish

Axillary-spot cardinalfish

Two-spotted cardinalfish

Manybanded cardinalfish

Apogon brevispinis - This species grows to over 60 mm in length with five broad longitudinal brown stripes alternating with five much narrower whitish stripes and a dark mark on the caudal peduncle.

Apogon bryx

Apogon cantoris

Apogon capricornis

Ocellated cardinalfish

Apogon catalai

Striped cardinalfish

Little tailband cardinalfish

Cavite cardinalfish

Ceram cardinalfish

Apogon chalcius

Apogon cheni

Spotted-gill cardinalfish

Apogon cladophilos

Ochre-striped cardinalfish - Apogon compressus, commonly called the ochre-striped cardinalfish, is a Cardinalfish from the Indo-West Pacific.

Cook's cardinalfish

Transparent cardinalfish

Apogon cyanotaenia

Apogon dammermani

Deetsie's cardinalfish

Dhofar cardinalfish

Apogon dianthus

Redspot cardinalfish

Apogon diversus

Doederlein's cardinalfish

Tailspot cardinalfish

Elliot's cardinalfish

Apogon euspilotus

Evermann's cardinalfish

Narrowstripe cardinalfish

Broadbanded cardinalfish

Coachwhip cardinal

Apogon flavus

Frans' cardinalfish

Apogon fukuii

Brown-spotted cardinalfish

Apogon fusovatus

Apogon gardineri

Deepwater cardinalfish

Apogon griffini

Guadaloupe cardinalfish

Apogon gularis

Hartzfeld's cardinalfish

Apogon heptastygma

Frostfin cardinalfish

Copperstriped cardinalfish

Apogon hungi

Cardinal fish - Apogon imberbis, commonly known as cardinalfish or king of the mullets, is a species in the family of Apogonidae .

Apogon indicus

Apogon ishigakiensis

Apogon isus

False ear-spot cardinalfish

Iridescent cardinalfish

Apogon kalosoma

Ruby cardinalfish

Rifle cardinal

Komodo cardinalfish

Whitestar cardinalfish

Humpback cardinal

Apogon lativittatus

Apogon latus

Slendertail cardinalfish

Apogon leptofasciatus

Sydney cardinalfish

Indian perch

Apogon lineomaculatus

Spotted cardinalfish - Minimum tank size: 20 gallon Hardiness: Easy Aggressiveness: Low Reef Compatibility: May eat ornamental shrimps Diet: It require a well-balanced and vitamin-enriched diet of meaty foods such as feeder fish, crustacean and mysid shrimp and bloodworms.

Spotted cardinalfish

Apogon maculipinnis

Red-striped cardinalfish

Apogon marquesensis

Blackvent cardinalfish

Apogon melanopterus

Monster cardinalfish

Black cardinalfish

Apogon micromaculatus

Apogon microspilos

Yellow-eye cardinalfish

Dwarf cardinalfish

Many-lined cardinalfish

Apogon mydrus

Yellow-band cardinalfish

Smallscale cardinal

Neotenous cardinalfish

Apogon niger

Blackfoot cardinal

Bullseye

Blackrim cardinalfish

Blackstripe cardinalfish - Apogon nigrofasciatus, commonly called Blackstripe Cardinalfish, is a Cardinalfish from the Indo-Pacific.

Bluespot cardinalfish

Apogon norfolcensis

Spotnape cardinalfish

Apogon noumeae

Tail-eye cardinalfish

Oman cardinalfish

Apogon opercularis

Apogon oxina

Apogon oxygrammus

Pink cardinalfish

Apogon pallidofasciatus

Red-spot cardinalfish

Apogon pharaonis

Mimic cardinalfish

Apogon photogaster

Broadscale cardinal fish

Pale cardinalfish

Apogon pleuron

Pearlyfinned cardinalfish

Apogon posterofasciatus

Southern orange-lined cardinal fish

Apogon pselion

Twospot cardinalfish - Apogon pseudomaculatus is a species of fish in the Apogonidae family.

Doublebar cardinalfish

Sawcheek cardinalfish

Apogon quartus

Signal cardinalfish

Apogon quinquestriatus

Apogon radcliffei

Apogon regani

Apogon regula - This species grows up to 40 mm in length with five broad longitudinal yellowish-brown stripes alternating with four much narrower whitish stripes.

Apogon relativus

Barspot cardinalfish

Striped cardinalfish

Roughlip cardinalfish

Apogon rubellus

Flame cardinalfish

Apogon rubrimacula

Gobbleguts

Apogon rufus

Apogon sabahensis

Apogon schlegeli

Seale's cardinalfish

Meteor cardinalfish

Half-lined cardinal

Apogon seminigracaudus

Oblique-banded cardinalfish

Sevenstriped cardinalfish

Apogon sialis

Apogon sinus

Smith's cardinalfish

Apogon spilurus

Apogon spongicolus

Apogon striatodes

Apogon susanae

Reef-flat cardinalfish

Bandfin cardinalfish

Apogon tchefouensis

Half-barred cardinal

Timor cardinalfish

Belted cardinalfish

Three-spot cardinalfish

Flagfin cardinalfish

Apogon unicolor

Apogon uninotatus

Single-striped cardinalfish

Spiny-head cardinalfish

Apogon ventrifasciatus

Apogon victoriae

Kupang cardinalfish

Apogon wilsoni

Apogon zebrinus

Apogonichthys landoni

Ocellated cardinalfish

Perdix cardinalfish

Three-spined cardinalfish

Armitage angelfish

Griffis angelfish - Apolemichthys griffisi is a marine angelfish from the Pacific Ocean.

Reunion angelfish

Tiger angelfish

Flagfish

Goldspotted angelfish

Yellow-ear angelfish

Yellowtail angelfish - Apolemichthys xanthurus is a marine angelfish from the Western Indian Ocean.

Tasselled triplefin

Ocellate triplefin - The ocellate triplefin, Apopterygion oculus, is a threefin blenny of the family Tripterygiidae, found around the coast of New Zealand to depths of between 14 and 186 m in reef areas of broken rock and shellgrit.

Blotched podge

Black snapper

African forktail snapper

Archamia ataenia

Twinspot cardinalfish

Archamia bilineata

Gon's cardinalfish

Buru cardinalfish

Archamia flavofasciata

Orangelined cardinalfish

Lea's cardinalfish

Mozambique cardinalfish

Pale cardinalfish

Blackbelted cardinalfish - Archamia zosterophora is a Cardinalfish from the Western Pacific.

Blackspot porgy

Sheepshead seabream - Although the Sheepshead Bay section of Brooklyn, in New York City, was named after the fish,

Western Atlantic seabream - Carolus Linnaeus described the Western Atlantic seabream in the 1758 edition of Systema Naturae.

Sailfin sandfish

Arcygobius baliurus

Bridled goby

Half-bridled goby

Arenigobius leftwichi

Taiwan tai

Soldierbream

Argyrops megalommatus

Amoy croaker

Argyrosomus beccus

Coron meagre

Arabian sea meagre

Mild meagre

Japanese meagre - Argyrosomus japonicus is a fish of the Sciaenidae family.

Atlantic shadefish - A.

Squaretail kob

Silver-rag driftfish

Ariomma brevimanus

Ariomma dollfusi

Ariomma evermanni

Indian ariomma

Ariommid

Brown driftfish

Parin's ariomma

Spotted driftfish

Australian ruff - In Victoria and South Australia, it is commonly called the "Tommy Ruff".

Western Australian salmon

Northern kahawai

Artedidraco glareobarbatus

Artedidraco loennbergi

South Georgian plunderfish

Artedidraco orianae

Artedidraco shackletoni

Artedidraco skottsbergi

Slow goby

Askoldia variegata

Prickly croaker

Lance blenny

Mimic blenny

Yellow devilfish - Assessor flavissimus is a fish from the Western CentralPacific.

Blue devilfish - Assessor macneilli is a fish from the Southwest Atlantic Ocean.

Assessor randalli

Assiculoides desmonotus

Assiculus punctatus - The genus and species were first published by Sir John Richardson in an appendix to Volume 1 of John Lort Stokes' 1846 Discoveries in Australia.

Razorback scabbardfish - The razorback scabbardfish, Assurger anzac, is a rare species of cutlassfish, family Trichiuridae, and the only member of its genus.

Asterropteryx atripes

Orange-spotted goby

Miller's damsel

Asterropteryx ovata

Starry goby

Asterropteryx senoui

Eyebar spiny goby

Striped goby

Astrabe fasciata

Astrabe flavimaculata

Astrabe lactisella

Freckeled cardinalfish

Blackfin cardinalfish

Conchfish

Northern stargazer - The Northern Stargazer has a blackish brown body with white spots that are of the same size all over its head and back.

Brazilian stargazer

Pacific stargazer

Geelbeck croaker

White weakfish - The body of the white seabass is elongate, and somewhat compressed.

Scorched croaker

Atrobucca alcocki

Atrobucca antonbruun

Atrobucca bengalensis

Atrobucca brevis

Atrobucca geniae

Black-spot croaker

Trewavas croaker

Cleftbelly trevally - The cleftbelly trevally is the only species in the genus Atropus, which is one of 31 genera in the jack family, Carangidae.

Brown coral blenny

Brown coral blenny

Yellowtail scad - The yellowtail scad is the only member of the monotypic genus Atule, one of thirty genera in the jack and horse mackerel family Carangidae.

Eastern footballer - The mado , or stripy or eastern footballer , Atypichthys latus, is a sea chub of the genus Atypichthys, found around southern Australia and the north eastern coast of the North Island of New Zealand to depths of about 60 metres, off headlands and offshore islands.

Australian mado

Auchenionchus crinitus

Auchenionchus microcirrhis

Auchenionchus variolosus

Goldribbon soapfish - The goldribbon soapfish or goldstripe groper, Aulacocephalus temminckii, is a large marine fish of the grouper family, found in the Indo-Pacific oceans.

Scalycheek goby

Aulopareia koumansi

Austrolabrus maculatus

Small-eyed goby

Austrolycus depressiceps

Austrolycus laticinctus

Yellowtail croaker

Bullet mackerel - The bullet tuna is a comparatively small and slender tuna.

Rock goby

Awaous fluviatilis

Pacific river goby

Freshwater goby

Largesnout goby

Awaous nigripinnis

Spotfin river goby

Cocos triplefin

Panama triplefin

Multibarred triplefin

Cortez triplefin

Rubinoff's triplefin

Galapagos damsel - The Galapagos damsel reached a length of 15 cm.

Swallow damsel

Azygopterus corallinus

Chaptis bahaba

Spine bahaba

Chinese bahaba

Armed croaker

Blue croaker

Silver croaker - The American silver perch, Bairdiella chrysoura, is an American fish.

Swordspine croaker

Ronco croaker

Peacock bass

Croaker

Banjofish - It is native to coastal waters of the western Pacific Ocean, from Japan to the South China Sea.

Barbulifer

Bearded goby

Barbulifer enigmaticus

Saddlebanded goby

Panther goby

Bearded goby

Bathyanthias cubensis

Yellowtail bass

Bathyanthias roseus

Bathyblennius antholops

Kai dragonet

Bathycallionymus sokonumeri

Bathyclupea argentea

Bathyclupea elongata

Bathyclupea gracilis

Bathyclupea hoskynii

Deepsea herring

Bathyclupea megaceps

Bathyclupea schroederi

Bathydraco antarcticus

Bathydraco joannae

Bathydraco macrolepis

Deepwater dragon

Bathydraco scotiae

Bathygobius aeolosoma

Whitespotted goby

Bathygobius andrei

Bathygobius arundelii

Bathygobius casamancus

Whitespotted goby

Cocos frill-goby

Cheekscaled frill-goby

Bathygobius crassiceps

Notchtongue goby

Spotted frillgoby

Bathygobius fishelsoni

Bathygobius hongkongensis

Bathygobius karachiensis

Bathygobius kreftii

Brownboy goby

Southern frillfin

Meggitt's goby

Island frillfin

Black minigoby

Bathygobius ostreicola

Padang goby

Bathygobius panayensis

Bathygobius petrophilus

Bathygobius smithi

Molly miller

Bathygobius versicolor

Bathymaster derjugini

Smallmouth ronquil

Searcher

Bathysphyraenops declivifrons

Bathysphyraenops simplex

Grey knifefish - The grey knifefish, Bathystethus cultratus, is a sea chub of the genus Bathystethus, found in New Zealand.

Bathystethus orientale

Beliops batanensis

Beliops xanthokrossos

Mottled twister - The mottled twister, Bellapiscis lesleyae, is a triplefin of the family Tripterygiidae, commonly found around the coast of New Zealand in rock pools and down to depths of about 5 m in reef areas of broken rock.

Twister - The twister, Bellapiscis medius, is a triplefin fish of the family Tripterygiidae, commonly found around the coast of New Zealand.

Barred spiny basslet

Arrowhead soapfish

Orangespotted soapfish

Duckbill flathead - Bembrops anatirostris, commonly known as a duckbill flathead, is a species of fish in the Percophidae family.

Bembrops cadenati

Brownspotted flathead

Sharpnosed duckbill

Goby flathead - Bembrops gobioides is a species of fish in the Percophidae family.

Roundtail duckbill

Squaretail duckbill

Bembrops macromma

Bembrops magnisquamis

Flathead - The New Zealand flathead, Bembrops morelandi, is a duckbill of the family Percophidae, subfamily Bembropinae, found only around New Zealand, at depths of between 365 and 395 m.

Bembrops nelsoni

Bembrops nematopterus

Ocellate duckbill

Natal duckbill

Saddleback duckbill

Bahama duckbill

Bigeye frostfish

Neglected frostfish

Sparse-rayed frostfish

North-pacific frostfish - The North Pacific frostfish, Benthodesmus pacificus, is a cutlassfish of the family Trichiuridae found in the north Pacific Ocean between latitudes 50° N and 30° N at depths of between 100 and 1,000 m.

Papuan frostfish

Philippine frostfish

Ribbon scabbardfish - Benthodesmus tenuis is a species of fish in the Trichiuridae family.

Tucker's frostfish

Vityaz' frostfish

Bilabria gigantea

Bilabria ornata

Bleekeria kallolepis

Bleekeria mitsukurii

Bleekeria viridianguilla

Lined rockskipper

Blue-spotted blenny

Redspotted blenny

Striped rockskipper

Humpheaded blenny

Dashed-line blenny

Blenniella leopardus

Blue-dashed rockskipper

Blue-dashed rockskipper

Lace klipfish

Silverbubble klipfish

Blennius maoricus

Blennius normani

Butterfly blenny - The butterfly blenny has 11-12 Dorsal spines, 14-16 Dorsal soft rays, 2 anal spines and 15-16 anal soft rays .

Eel blenny

Giant triplefin - The giant triplefin, Blennodon dorsale, is a triplefin of the family Tripterygiidae, the only member of the genus Blennodon, found around the coast of New Zealand.

Snaky klipfish

Striped klipfish

Lyretail hogfish

Axilspot hogfish

Bodianus bathycapros

Tarry hogfish

Twospot hogfish

Bodianus busellatus

Bodianus cylindriatus

Diana's hogfish

Bodianus dictynna

Mexican hogfish

Harlequin wrasse

Bodianus flavifrons

Hogfishes

Foxfish

Island hogfish

Bodianus izuensis

Fourline hogfish

Blackfin hogfish

Giant hogfish

Bodianus masudai

Splitlevel hogfish

Bodianus neopercularis

Blackspot hogfish

Bodianus paraleucosticticus

Golden-spot-hogfish

Bodianus prognathus

Hogfish

Bodianus rubrisos

Bodianus sanguineus

Barred hogfish - Barred hogfish, scientific name: Bodianus scrofa is a species of fish under the Bodianus genus.

Bodianus sepiacaudus

Bodianus solatus

Blackbar hogfish

Bodianus tanyokidus

Bodianus thoracotaeniatus

Threeline hogfish

Pigfish - The red pigfish, Bodianus unimaculatus, is a wrasse of the genus Bodianus, found in eastern Australia including Lord Howe Island and Norfolk Island, and around New Zealand, including the Kermadec Islands, in reef areas at depths of between 5 and 40 m.

Green humphead parrotfish - Other common names include bumphead parrotfish, humphead parrotfish, double-headed parrotfish, buffalo parrotfish and giant parrotfish.

Boleophthalmus birdsongi

Boddart's goggle-eyed goby

Mud skipper

Boleophthalmus pectinirostris

White-eye goby

Bollmannia chlamydes

Ragged goby

Shelf goby

Colombian goby

Bollmannia litura

Bollmannia longipinnis

Frailscale goby

Apostrophe goby

Pennant goby

Bollmannia pawneea

Tailspot goby

Dusky goby

Striped boga

Fransmadam

Borriqueta porgy

Bostrychus africanus

Four-eyed sleeper

Twoline eelpout

Bothrocara elongatum

Bothrocara hollandi

Short-snout eelpout

Bothrocara nyx

Alaska eelpout

Bothrocara soldatovi

Bothrocara tanakai

Bothrocarina microcephala

Bothrocarina nigrocaudata

Dragonet

Bovichtus argentinus

Bovichtus chilensis

Bovichtus diacanthus

Bovichtus oculus

Bovichtus psychrolutes

Bovichtus veneris

Bigeye grunt

Guadeloupe seaperch

Kelp perch

Southern barred triplefin - The southern barred triplefin is found in rock pools and amongst seagrass beds.

Southern rays bream

Caribbean pomfret

Lesser bream

Pacific pomfret

Brama myersi

Pygmy pomfret

Brama pauciradiata

White horsehead

Branchiostegus australiensis

Ribbed tilefish

Branchiostegus hedlandensis

Branchiostegus ilocanus

Branchiostegus paxtoni

Freckled tilefish

Zebra tilefish

Branchiostegus serratus

Branchiostegus vittatus

Ward's tilefish

Brephostoma carpenteri

Brinkmannella elongata

Large whip goby

Bryaninops dianneae

Erythrops goby

Bryaninops isis

Loki whip-goby

Redeye goby

Upside-down goby

Ridens goby

Black coral goby

Whip coral goby

Nutcracker prickleback

Pearly prickleback

De Buen's goby

Jeffrey's goby

Pugnose bass

Greenback gauvina

Bunaka pinguis

Olive flathead-gudgeon

Olive flathead-gudgeon

Marblecheek sleeper

Cabillus atripelvicus

Cabillus caudimacula

Cabillus lacertops

Cabillus macrophthalmus

Tongareva goby

Blue and gold fusilier

Cavi

Moon fusilier

Striped fusilier

Suez fusilier

Yellow and blueback fusilier

Lama G. Cuvier, 1800

Dhon noo mas - Caesio xanthonota is a Fusilier from the Indian Ocean.

Butterfly perch - The butterfly perch, Caesioperca lepidoptera, a sea bass of the subfamily Anthiinae of the family Serranidae , is found in the eastern Indian Ocean, and south west Pacific Ocean including southern Australia, and New Zealand.

Barber perch

Caesioscorpis theagenes

Agulhas goby

Banded goby

Caffrogobius dubius

Prison goby

Baldy

Barehead goby

Commafin goby

Calamiana illota

Calamiana mindora

Calamiana polylepis

Calamiana variegata

Porgy

Blue bone porgy - Credit for describing the Jolthead porgy goes to Marcus Elieser Bloch and Johann Gottlob Schneider.

Pacific porgy

Campeche porgy

Spotfin porgy

Whitebone porgy

Flathead porgy

Knobbed porgy

Pluma - Sheepshead porgy is a species of fish of the porgy family, Sparidae, only found in the Atlantic Ocean.

Pluma porgy - Found only in the Atlantic ocean, Pluma porgies are the most common member of their genus in the Antilles, where they are often used for food

Littlehead porgy

Galapagos porgy

Magnificent splendid perch

Yellowsail red bass

Goldie

Callanthias parini

Parrot seaperch

Callanthias splendens

Calliclinus geniguttatus

Calliclinus nudiventris

Callionymus aagilis - Callionymus aagilis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus acutirostris - Callionymus acutirostris is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus afilum - Callionymus afilum is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus africanus - Callionymus africanus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus altipinnis - Callionymus altipinnis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus amboina - Callionymus amboina is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Big-head dragonet - The big-head dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Australian stinkfish - The Australian stinkfish is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Coral dragonet - The lancer dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus belcheri - Callionymus belcheri is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Black caudal dragonet - Callionymus beniteguri is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus bentuviai - Callionymus bentuviai is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus bifilum - Callionymus bifilum is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus bleekeri - Callionymus bleekeri is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus caeruleonotatus - Bluespotted dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Indian deepwater dragonet - Indian deepwater dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus colini - Callionymus colini is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus comptus - Ornamented dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus csiro - Callionymus csiro is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus decoratus - Decorated dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Delicate dragonet - Delicate dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus doryssus - Callionymus doryssus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus draconis - Callionymus draconis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Mangrove dragonet - Mangrove dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Smallhead dragonet - Smallhead dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus fasciatus - Callionymus fasciatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Blotchfin dragonet - Blotchfin dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus flavus - Callionymus flavus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

River dragonet - River dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus formosanus - Callionymus formosanus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus futuna - Callionymus futuna is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Goodland's stinkfish - Goodlad's stinkfish is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Gross's stinkfish - Gross's stinkfish is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus guentheri - Callionymus guentheri is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus hainanensis - Callionymus hainanensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus hildae - Callionymus hildae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Hinds' dragonet - Hinds' dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus io - Callionymus io is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus kailolae - Callionymus kailolae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus kanakorum - Callionymus kanakorum is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus keeleyi - Callionymus keeleyi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus kotthausi - Callionymus kotthausi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus leucopoecilus - Callionymus leucopoecilus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus luridus - Callionymus luridus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Dragonet - Callionymus lyra is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus macclesfieldensis - Callionymus macclesfieldensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus marquesensis - Callionymus marquesensis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus martinae - Callionymus martinae is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Mauritius dragonet - Mauritius dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus megastomus - Callionymus megastomus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus melanotopterus - Callionymus melanotopterus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus meridionalis - Callionymus meridionalis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus mortenseni - Callionymus mortenseni is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Muscat dragonet - Muscat dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Long-tail dragonet - Long-tail dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus obscurus - Callionymus obscurus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus ochiaii - Callionymus ochiaii is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus octostigmatus - Callionymus octostigmatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus ogilbyi - Callionymus ogilbyi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus oxycephalus - Callionymus oxycephalus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus planus - Callionymus planus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus platycephalus - Callionymus platycephalus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus pusillus - Callionymus pusillus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus regani - Callionymus regani is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Reticulated dragonet - Reticulated dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Arrow dragonet - Callionymus risso is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus rivatoni - Callionymus rivatoni is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus russelli - Callionymus russelli is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

St helena dragonet

Callionymus scabriceps - Callionymus scabriceps is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Short-snout sand-dragonet - Short-snout sand-dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus semeiophor - Callionymus semeiophor is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus sereti - Callionymus sereti is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Simple-spined dragonet - Simple-spined dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus sphinx - Callionymus sphinx is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus spiniceps - Callionymus spiniceps is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus stigmatopareius - Callionymus stigmatopareius is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus sublaevis - Callionymus sublaevis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Proud dragonet - Proud dragonet is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus tenuis - Callionymus tenuis is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus tethys - Callionymus tethys is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus umbrithorax - Callionymus umbrithorax is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus variegatus - Callionymus variegatus is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus whiteheadi - Callionymus whiteheadi is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Callionymus zythros - Callionymus zythros is a species of ray-finned fish in the genus Callionymus.

Calliurichthys izuensis

Callogobius amikami

Bauchot's goby

Doublebar goby

Callogobius centrolepis

Saddled goby

Callogobius crassus

Flathead goby

Callogobius dori

Slimy goby

Hasselt's goby

Callogobius hastatus

Callogobius liolepis

Ostrich goby

Sculptured goby

Callogobius nigromarginatus

Okinawa flap-headed goby

Feather goby

Elongate flap-headed goby

Pacific goby

Callogobius sheni

Callogobius snelliusi

Comet

Carolines parrotfish

Viridescent parrotfish

Yellowbar parrot

Tailface sleeper

Calumia profunda

Vadigo - The vadigo is the only species classified in the monotypic genus Campogramma, which itself is one of 31 genera in the family Carangidae, which contains the jacks, horse mackerels and pompanos.

Slender platanna-klipfish

Whiteblotched klipfish

Cancelloxus longior

Caprodon krasyukovae

Boar fish

Caragobius rubristriatus

Longfin trevally - The longfin trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly called jacks and trevallies.

Orangespotted trevally - The orangespotted trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly called jacks and trevallies.

Yellow jack - The yellow jack is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly called jacks and trevallies.

Longnose trevally - The bluespotted trevally is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.

Longfin kingfish - The species, as it is currently recognised, was scientifically described and named by the German naturalist Eduard Rüppell in 1830, based on the holotype specimen taken from Massawa in the Red Sea.

Coastal trevally - The coastal trevally is formally classified within the genus Carangoides, one of a number of groups of fish referred to as jacks and trevallies.

Shadow trevally - The shadow trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, one of a number of groups of fish referred to as jacks and trevallies.

Whitefin trevally - The whitefin trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly known as jacks and trevallies.

Bludger - The bludger is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly known as jacks and trevallies.

Bumpnose trevally - The bumpnose trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly called jacks and trevallies.

Duskyshoulder trevally - The duskyshoulder trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly called jacks and trevallies.

Coachwhip trevally - The coachwhip trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly called jacks and trevallies.

Island trevally - The island trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly called jacks and trevallies.

Threadfin jack - The threadfin jack is classified within the genus Carangoides, one of a number of groups of fish referred to as jacks and trevallies.

Barcheek trevally - The barcheek trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly called jacks and trevallies.

Brownback trevally - The brownback trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, one of a number of groups of fish referred to as jacks and trevallies.

Bar jack - The bar jack is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fishes commonly known as jacks and trevallies, which is part of the larger jack and horse mackerel family Carangidae.

Imposter trevally - The imposter trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, one of a number of groups of fish referred to as jacks and trevallies.

Blue-spotted trevally - The bluespotted trevally is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.

Bonito - The green jack is formally classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups of fish referred to as jacks and trevallies.

Longfin crevalle jack - The longfin crevalle jack is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.

Blacktip trevally - The blacktip trevally is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.

Giant trevally - The giant trevally is a powerful apex predator in most of its habitats, and is known to hunt individually and in schools.

Cabali - The Horse-eye jack, known for its proportionally large eyes, commonly has 8-9 spines on its dorsal fin and 20-22 dorsal rays.

Black jack fish - The black jack is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.

Black ulua - The bluefin trevally is a strong predatory fish, with a diet dominated by fish and supplemented by cephalopods and crustaceans as an adult.

Brassy trevally - The brassy trevally is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.

False scad - The false scad is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.

Senegal jack - The Senegal jack is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.

Bayad - It is predominantly an inshore fish, inhabiting reefs down to depths of around 100 m in both coastal zones and offshore islands, often venturing into estuaries and sandy bays as juveniles.

Tille trevally - The tille trevally is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.

Cocinero - The cocinero is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.

Caristius groenlandicus

Caristius japonicus

Bigmouth veilfin

Bermuda tilefish

Atlantic goldeye tilefish

Ocean whitefish

Bankslope tilefish

Reticulated tilefish

Hubbs' tilefish

Gulf bareye tilefish

Grey tilefish

Ocean whitefish

Yellowbar tilefish

Curled picarel

Barred seabass

Centrodraco abstractum

Centrodraco gegonipus

Centrodraco nakaboi

Centrodraco oregonus lineatus

Centrodraco otohime nakabo

Centrodraco pseudoxenicus

Centrodraco rubellus

Centrodraco striatus

False scorpionfish

Centrolabrus caeruleus

Smallmouthed wrasse

Emerald wrasse

Blackfish - The rudderfish, Centrolophus niger , is a medusafish, the only member of the genus Centrolophus.

Armed snook

Congo

Blackfin snook

Guianan snook

Black snook

Chucumite

Mexican snook

Yellowfin snook

Seargent fish - One of the largest snooks, C.

Union snook

White snook

Twospot sea bass

Sea bass

Sea bass

Centropristis rufus

Black seabass - It inhabits the coasts from Maine to NE Florida and the eastern Gulf of Mexico.

Centropyge abei

Orangeback angelfish - When kept in an aquarium orangeback angelfish are distributed throughout the tank.

Cherub pygmy angelfish - When kept in an aquarium, cherubfish are distributed throughout the tank.

Golden angelfish

Flameback angelfish - When kept in an aquarium flameback angelfish are distributed throughout the tank.

Bicolor angelfish - Despite being favored by many aquarists, the bicolor angelfish can be very difficult to keep, even experts often find it difficult to make them pass through the initial acclimation period.

Twospined angelfish - The twospined angelfish is native to the Indo-Pacific where it lives in coral reefs and lagoons.

Peppermint angelfish

Cocos-keeling angelfish

Blue Mauritius angelfish

Blacktail angelfish - It has a pearlescent body with several vertical orange to red stripes.

Rusty angelfish - Centropyge ferrugata is a marine angelfish from the Western Pacific Ocean.

Whitetail angelfish - Centropyge flavicauda is a Marine angelfish from the Indo-Pacific Ocean.

Yellowfin angelfish

Lemonpeel angelfish - In aquaria, it is suitable for fish only tanks.

Very drab

Blackear angelfish

Yellowhead angelfish

Flaming angelfish - In captivity, this species feeds on a variety of food including live brine shrimp, frozen meaty foods as well as spirulina, seaweed sheets and pellets.

Multicolor angelfish

Barred angelfish

Dusky angelfish

Nahacky's angelfish

Narc angelfish

Blackspot angelfish

Midnight angelfish

Russet angelfish - Centropyge potteri is a marine angelfish from the Eastern Central Pacific Ocean.

Resplendent angelfish - Cherubfish

Mango angelfish

Keyhole angelfish

Blue-backed angelfish

Pearlscale angelfish

Rusty hind

Grouper - A medium sized fish that can reach a length of 60cm.

Chocolate hind - Cephalopholis boenak is a species of fish in the Serranidae family, known under many common names, including "Bluelined Coralcod", "Brown-banded Seabass", "Brownbarred Grouper", "Brown-barred Rockcod", "Brownbarred Rockcod", "Brown Coral-cod", "Brown Coral Cod", "Charcoal Grouper", "Cherna Chocolate", "Chocolate Hind", "Dusty-banded Cod", "Overcast Grouper", "Rock Cod" and "Vielle Chocolat" .

Coney - The Graysby, Cephalopholis cruentata, is a Grouper in the Serranidae family from the Western Atlantic.

Bluelined rockcod - A Grouper from the Indo-West Pacific that occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade.

Deady - A Grouper from the Western Atlantic that occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade.

Duskyfin grouper

Goldbar grouper

Dothead rockcod

Bluespot rockcod - The Vermillion seabass, also known as the Coral Hind is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Niger hind

Roughcheek hind

Pacific graysby - Cephalopholis panamensis is a grouper fish from the Eastern Pacific Ocean.

Blue-lined grouper - Cephalopholis polleni is a grouper fish from the Indo-Pacific Ocean.

Cephalopholis polyspila

Freckled rockcod

Red coral rod

Orange-red pigmy grouper - Cephalopholis spiloparaea is a grouper from the Indo-Pacific Ocean.

African hind - A Grouper from the Indo-Pacific that occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade.

Banded-tail coral-cod - Cephalopholis urodeta is a grouper fish from the Indo-Pacific Ocean.

Australian bandfish

Red bandfish - Cepola haastii is a bandfish of the family Cepolidae, found on the inner continental shelf around New Zealand.

Red band-fish - Cepola macrophthalma is a bandfish of the family Cepolidae.

Cepola pauciradiata - Cepola pauciradiata is a species of bandfish in the family Cepolidae.

Red bandfish

Spotted spiny-eye triplefin

Helena's spiny-eye triplefin

Striped spiny-eye triplefin

Frail cardinalfish

Glassy cardinalfish

Cerdale fasciata

Pugjaw wormfish

Spotted worm goby

Cerdale paludicola

Cerdale prolata

Bicolour parrotfish - Cetoscarus bicolor, the bicolour parrotfish, is a species of fish from reefs in the Indo-Pacific.

Blackfin icefish

Spiny icefish

Biringo

Chaenogobius cylindricus

Chaenogobius heptacanthus

Chaenogobius raninus

Chaenopsis alepidota californiensis

Cortez pikeblenny

Delta pikeblenny

Yellowface pikeblenny

Chaenopsis megalops

Bluethroat pikeblenny

Chaenopsis resh

Flecked pikeblenny

Yellow-mouth pikeblenny

Chaenopsis stephensi

Atlantic spadefish - Due to their reputation as strong fighters, they are popular game fish, especially during the summer months when they are most active.

West African spadefish

Pacific spadefish

Philippine butterflyfish - It grows to a maximum length of 20 cm .

Yellow butterflyfish

Asian butterflyfish

West Australian butterflyfish

Golden butterflyfish

Cross-stripe butterfly - Length is up to 23 cm .

Oriental butterflyfish - Chaetodon auripes, the oriental butterflyfish, is a species of butterflyfish in the genus Chaetodon.

Blacktail butterflyfish - The Black-tailed Butterflyfish , also called Exquisite Butterflyfish, is known as Chaetodon austriacus by its scientific name.

Eastern triangular butterflyfish - It grows to a maximum of 16 cm long.

Bluelashed butterflyfish - It grows to a maximum of 20 cm long.

Blackburn's butterflyfish

Burgess' butterflyfish

Butterbun - Chaetodon capistratus is the type species of Chaetodon.

Midas cichlid - It is a rather distinct species, but most closely related to the Four-spotted Butterflyfish .

Wrought iron butterflyfish

Marquesas butterflyfish

Indian vagabond butterflyfish - The Indian Vagabond Butterflyfish, Chaetodon decussatus, is a species of butterflyfish .

Oman butterflyfish

African butterflyfish - The African butterflyfish, Chaetodon dolosus, is a butterflyfish of the family Chaetodontidae found in the Western Indian Ocean, at depths from 40-200 metres in length.

Saddle butterflyfish - It is a large butterflyfish, at up to 30 cm long together with the Lined Butterflyfish the giant among its genus.

Hawaiian gold-barred butterflyfish

Black butterflyfish

Yellow-crowned butterflyfish

Blue-lined butterfly

Gardner's butterflyfish

Crochet butterflyfish

Peppered butterflyfish - This is one of the members of the subgenus Exornator.

Half-yellow butterflyfish

Threebanded butterflyfish

Indian golden-barred butterflyfish

Sunburst butterflyfish - The Sunburst Butterflyfish is also known as the Black-lipped Butterflyfish or Klein's Butterflyfish.

Hooded butterflyfish

Somali butterflyfish

Line butterflyfish - Lined butterflyfish may grow up to 30 cm long, which among Chaetodon is matched only by the Saddle Butterflyfish .

White-tip butterflyfish

Raccoon butterflyfish - It belongs to the large subgenus Rabdophorus which might warrant recognition as a distinct genus.

Seychelles butterflyfish - The Seychelles Butterflyfish, Chaetodon madagaskariensis, is a species of butterflyfish .

Doubledash butterflyfish - It feeds on polychaetes, crustaceans, hydroids and ascidians.

Blackback butterflyfish - This fish grows up to 18 cm long, and may live for up to 20 years.

Arabian butterflyfish

Atoll butterflyfish - It grows to a maximum of 12.

White-face butterflyfish

Scrawled butterflyfish - Growing to a maximum length of 20 cm , its body is whitish or blue-white with curved to oblique black bands on the sides.

Indian butterflyfish

Pebbled butterfly

Black-spotted butterflyfish

Japanese butterflyfish

Butterbun - The name is derived from the dark spot on the fish's dorsal fin.

Spot-tail butterfly fish - It grows to a maximum of 15 cm long.

Eightband butterflyfish - This small butterflyfish grows to a maximum of 12 cm long .

Ornate butterflyfish - It is a close relative of the Mailed Butterflyfish and the Scrawled Butterflyfish .

Spot-nape butterflyfish - It grows to a maximum of 25 cm long.

Eritrean butterflyfish - It grows up to 14 cm in length.

Sunset butterflyfish

Blueblotch butterflyfish

Four-spot butterfly - It is a quite distinct species, but most closely related to the Speckled Butterflyfish .

Latticed coralfish - It grows to a maximum of 18 cm long.

Rainford's butterflyfish

Mailed butterflyfish

Three-banded butterflyfish

Saint Helena butterflyfish

Butterbun

Dotted butterflyfish - It grows to a maximum of 26 cm long.

Bluecheek butterflyfish - Its length is up to 23 cm .

Smith's butterflyfish

Mirror butterflyfish - It grows to a maximum of 18 cm in length.

Hawaiian butterflyfish - Found in the Pacific ocean only from Hawaii, Johnston Atoll and the Marshall Islands.

Triangle butterflyfish

Tahiti butterflyfish

Three-striped butterflyfish

Chevron butterflyfish - Adults have an elongate white body with narrow chevron markings and may be up to 18 cm in length.

Pacific doublesaddle butterflyfish - These fish can reach a size of 15 cm .

Hongkong butterflyfish

Goldheaded butterflyfish - Found in the Indian Ocean from East Africa to Sri Lanka and the Maldives.

Zanzibar butterflyfish

Ballina angelfish

Bluespotted angelfish - Chaetodontoplus caeruleopunctatus is a marine angelfish from the Western-Pacific ocean.

Orangeface angelfish

Conspicuous angelfish

Velvet angelfish

Scribbled angelfish - Chaetodontoplus duboulayi is a marine angelfish from the Indo-West Pacific ocean.

Black-velvet angelfish

Queensland yellowtail angelfish

Vermiculated angelfish

Chaetodontoplus niger

Blueface angelfish

Bluestriped angelfish

Chaetodontoplus vanderloosi

Finespot goby

Looseskin blenny

Two-eyed blenny

Sand dart

Saddled sandburrower

Pike icefish - The Antarctic icefish belong to the perciform suborder Notothenioidei and are the largely endemic, dominant fish taxa in the cold continental shelf waters surrounding Antarctica.

Mackerel icefish

Champsodon atridorsalis

Gaper

Champsodon fimbriatus

G

Champsodon longipinnis

Champsodon machaeratus

Champsodon nudivittis

Champsodon omanensis

Champsodon pantolepis

Champsodon sagittus

Champsodon sechellensis

Bentooth

Champsodon vorax

Channichthys aelitae

Channichthys bospori

Channichthys irinae

Channichthys mithridatis

Channichthys normani

Channichthys panticapaei

Unicorn icefish

Channichthys rugosus

Sailfish pike

Chasmichthys dolichognathus

Chasmichthys gulosus

Longjaw blenny

Florida blenny

Redbreast wrasse - The redbreast wrasse inhabit reefs across the Indian and Pacific oceans.

Broomtail wrasse

Snooty wrasse

Eared maori wrasse

Humphead wrasse - The humphead wrasse is the largest living member of the family Labridae, with males reaching 6 feet in length, while females rarely exceed about 3 feet .

Sharp-nosed rainbowfish

Redfingers - The redfingers is of typical morwong shape.

Blacktip morwong

Magpie perch - The magpie perch or magpie morwong, Cheilodactylus nigripes, is a morwong of the genus Cheilodactylus, found off southern Australia and northern New Zealand from shallow depths to 250 m.

Barred fingerfin - The barred fingerfin is a morwong of the genus Cheilodactylus, found only off the coasts of Namibia and South Africa from shallow depths to 120 metres.

Cheilodactylus rubrolabiatus

Peruvian morwong

Cheilodipterus alleni

Dogtooth cardinal

Wolf cardinalfish

Intermediate cardinalfish

Dog-toothed cardinalfish

Mimic cardinalfish

Twospot cardinalfish

Cheilodipterus parazonatus

Persian cardinalfish

Cheilodipterus pygmaios

Fiveband cardinalfish

Truncate cardinalfish

Mimic cardinalfish

Big-lip damsel

Croaker

Torrent fish - The torrent fish, Cheimarrichthys fosteri, is the only member of the genus Cheimarrichthys which in turn is the only member of the family Cheimarrichthyidae.

Hoshierenko

Santer seabream

Bigeye grouper

Chelidoperca lecromi

Chelidoperca margaritifera

Chelidoperca pleurospilus

Blackfin coralfish

Western talma

Coralfish - This species of fish is a popular aquarium fish which is harvested largely in southern Australia.

Chiasmodon bolangeri

Black swallower

Chiasmodon lavenbergi

Chiasmodon subniger

Chionobathyscus dewitti

Chionodraco hamatus

Myers' icefish

Ocellated icefish

Two-tone fingerfin

Natal fingerfin

Yarrell's blenny

Decorated blenny

Chirolophis japonicus

Mosshead prickleback

Chirolophis saitone

Bearded warbonnet

Matcheek warbonnet

Chirolophis wui

Chironemus bicornis

Chironemus delfini

Tasseled kelpfish

Eastern kelpfish - The large kelpfish, Chironemus marmoratus, is a kelpfish of the genus Chironemus, found in southern Australia, and between North Cape and East Cape on the North Island of New Zealand, in depths down to 30 m.

Chironemus microlepis

St Brandon's dottyback

Golden dottyback

Nosey dottyback

Cockatoo dottyback

Chagos dottyback

Chainmail dottyback

Fody dottyback

Cerise dottyback

Chlidichthys pembae

Chlidichthys randalli

Chlidichthys rubiceps

Chlidichthys smithae

Atlantic bumper - The Atlantic bumper is best recognized by its profile, the bottom being much more curved than the top.

Bluemoon parrotfish

Bleeker's parrotfish

Bower's parrotfish

Pink-margined parrotfish

Blue humphead parrotfish

Captain parrotfish

Tan-faced parrotfish

Sinai parrotfish

Palecheek parrotfish

Knothead parrotfish

Spectacled parrotfish

Chlorurus rhakoura

Daisy parrotfish

Troschel's parrotfish

Orange-dotted tuskfish

Choerodon balerensis

Bluespotted tuskfish

Grass tuskfish

Blue tuskfish

Harlequin tuskfish - It grows to a size of 30 cm in length.

Choerodon frenatus

Choerodon gomoni

Graphic tuskfish

Purplelined wrasse

Jordan's tuskfish

Choerodon margaritiferus

Choerodon melanostigma

Dark-spot tuskfish

White-patch tuskfish

Choerodon paynei

Robust tuskfish

Baldchin groper

Green wrasse - It is commonly caught by Cantonese fishers.

Wedge-tailed tuskfish

Venus tuskfish

Redstripe tuskfish

Purple eyebrowed tuskfish

Black-blotch tuskfish

Chriolepis atrimelum

Deepwater goby

Rail goby

Chriolepis dialepta

Translucent goby

Chriolepis lepidota

Rubble goby

Mystery goby

Wasp goby

Gecko goby

Chrionema chlorotaenia

Chrionema chryseres

Chrionema furunoi

Chrionema pallidum

Chrionema squamentum

Chrionema squamiceps

Chromis abrupta

Deepsea chromis

Deep Blue Chromis - Chromis abyssus was the first species entered into the ZooBank registry with a timestamp of 2008-01-01T00:00:02, and it was selected as one of "The Top 10 New Species" described in 2008 by The International Institute for Species Exploration at Arizona State University and an international committee of taxonomists.

Midget chromis

Agile chromis

White-spotted chromis

Allen's chromis

Yellow-speckled chromis

Oval damselfish

Ambon chromis - Chromis amboinensis is a Chromis from the Western Pacific.

Chromis athena

Scissortail damselfish

Black-axil chromis - This fish is often confused with Chromis viridis.

Dark-fin chromis

Grey chromis

Chromis bami

Shortsnout Chromis - The fish is around 6cm long, 1.

Cadenat's chromis

Blue-axil chromis

Stout-body chromis

Puller

Gold-rim Chromis

Valparaiso chromis

Blue chromis - A small marine fish that reaches 15 cm in length.

Blue-spotted chromis

Degruy’s Chromis

Deep-reef chromis

Bicolor reeffish

Demoiselle - The New Zealand demoiselle, Chromis dispilus, is a damselfish of the genus Chromis, found between North Cape and East Cape of the North Island of New Zealand to depths of about 60 metres, off rocky coasts.

Spring Chromis

Twin-spot chromis

Yellowtail chromis

Chromis fatuhivae

Chromis flavapicis

Arabian chromis

Cobalt chromis

Malayan chromis

Yellow-spotted chromis - Chromis flavomaculata is a Chromis from the Western Pacific.

Smokey chromis - The smokey chromis, Chromis fumea, is a damselfish of the genus Chromis, found in the tropical waters of the eastern Indian Ocean, and the western Pacific Ocean across to north New Zealand, at depths of between 3 and 25 metres, off rocky or coral reef areas.

Hawaiian bicolor chromis

One spot demoiselle - The one-spot puller or brown puller , Chromis hypsilepis, is a damselfish of the genus Chromis, found off south east Australia and between North Cape and East Cape of the North Island of New Zealand to depths of about 60 metres, off rocky coasts.

Olive damselfish

Peruvian chromis

Half and half chromis - Chromis maculatus is a Chromis from the Pacific Ocean.

Chromis jubauna

Black-headed chromis

Scaly chromis

Dark damsel

Azores chromis

Limbaugh's damselfish - Chromis limbaughi is a Chromis from the Eastern Central Pacific.

Lined chromis - Chromis lineata is a Chromis from the Indo-Pacific.

Lubbock's chromis

Chocolate dip

Bigeye chromis

Southern chromis

Japanese chromis

Chromis monochroma

Cavalley pilot

Kenyan chromis

Blacktail chromis

Barrier reef chromis

Okinawa chromis

Chromis onumai

Doublebar chromis

Ovate chromis

Chromis

Duskytail chromis

Pemba chromis

Chromis planesi

Blacksmith chromis

Chromis pura

Randall's chromis

Black-bar chromis - Chromis retrofasciata is a Chromis from the Western Pacific Ocean.

St. Helena chromis

Philippines chromis

Purple chromis

Struhsacker's chromis

Ternate chromis

Trispot chromis

Vanderbilt's chromis

Threespot chromis

Blue-green chromis - It is sometimes called "Blue-green Chromis", but that may also mean C.

Weber's chromis

West Australian chromis

Wood's chromis

Yellow-axil chromis

Arabian chromis

Black chromis - Chromis xanthura is a Chromis from the Pacific Ocean.

Chromis xouthos

Buff chromis

Chromogobius britoi

Chestnut goby

Kolombatovic's goby

Chrysiptera albata

Footballer demoiselle

Bluebanded damselfish

Bleeker's damsel

Surge demoiselle

Blueline demoiselle

Cornflower sargeantmajor - A small marine fish that reaches two inches in length.

Chrysiptera cymatilis

Yellowfin demoiselle

Canary demoiselle - Chrysiptera galba is a Damselfish from the Western Pacific.

Chrysiptera giti

Grey demoiselle

Azure demoiselle - Chrysiptera hemicyanea, also known as Azure Damselfish or half-blue damselfish is a popular saltwater aquarium fish from the Indo-Pacific.

Tulamben damsel

Black demoiselle

Southern demoiselle

Blue-spot demoiselle

Goldtail demoiselle - Chrysiptera parasema

Chrysiptera pricei

Easter damselfish

Pink demoiselle

Rolland's demoiselle

Sheila's damselfish

Sinclair's demoiselle

Springer's demoiselle - Chrysiptera springeri is a Damselfish from the Western Pacific.

Starck's demoiselle - Chrysiptera starcki is a Damselfish from the Western Pacific.

Talbot's demoiselle - A small marine fish that reaches three inches in length.

Southseas devil - A small marine fish that reaches three inches in length.

Tracey's demoiselle

Threeband demoiselle - Chrysiptera tricincta is a Damselfish from the Western Pacific.

Onespot demoiselle

Englishman seabream

Daggerhead seabream

Red stumpnose seabream

Roman seabream

False red stumpnose

Slinger seabream

Reeve's croaker

Corvina - The corvina is similar in appearance to its relatives the weakfish and spotted seatrout.

Barbelled klipfish

Red-fin fairy wrasse

Orange-back wrasse

Girdled wrasse

Cirrhilabrus bathyphilus

Beau’s wrasse

Purple-boned wrasse

Dusky wrasse

Cenderawasih wrasse

Cirrhilabrus claire

Conde's wrasse

Blueside wrasse

Orange-striped wrasse

Exquisite wrasse

Whip-fin wrasse

Yellowfin fairy wrasse

Pulauweh wrasse

Johnson's wrasse

Flame wrasse

Katherine's wrasse

Cirrhilabrus katoi

Laboute's wrasse

Long-tailed wrasse

Purplelined wrasse

Lubbock's wrasse

Crescent-tail wrasse

Yellowband wrasse

Marjorie's Wrasse

Cirrhilabrus melanomarginatus

Cirrhilabrus morrisoni

Dotted wrasse

Blue-margin fairy-wrasse

Cirrhilabrus randalli

Rhomboid wrasse

Cirrhilabrus roseafascia

Red-margined wrasse

Redfin wrasse

Cirrhilabrus rubrisquamis

Social wrasse

Cirrhilabrus sanguineus

Scott's wrasse

Threadfin wrasse

Tono's wrasse

Cirrhilabrus walindi

Cirrhilabrus walshi

Yellow hawkfish - Cirrhitichthys aureus is a Hawkfish from the Indo-West Pacific.

Cirrhitichthys bleekeri

Spottedtail hawkfish

Dwarf hawkfish - The spotted hawkfish can reach a maximum length of 7cm.

Cirrhitichthys guichenoti

Coral hawkfish - Cirrhitichthys oxycephalus is a Hawkfish from the Indo-Pacific.

Cirrhitichthys randalli

Redbarred hawkfish

Cirrhitops hubbardi

Cirrhitus albopunctatus

West African hawkfish

Stocky hawkfish

Giant hawkfish - The Giant hawkfish has a unique body design mostly deep and compressed, with a mainly olive skin tone sporting golden stripes or bars.

Plume blenny

Cirripectes alboapicalis

Kimberley blenny

Blackflap blenny

Chestnut eyelash-blenny

Lady Musgrave blenny

Spotted blenny

Cirripectes gilberti

Cirripectes hutchinsi

Imitator blenny

Cirripectes jenningsi

Cirripectes kuwamurai

Gargantuan blenny

Flaming blenny

Barred blenny

Squiggly blenny

Cirripectes randalli

Springer's blenny

Red-streaked blenny - Cirripectes stigmaticus is a Blenny from the Indo-Pacific.

Scarface blenny

Cirripectes viriosus

Cirrisalarias bunares

Clariger chionomaculatus

Clariger cosmurus

Clariger exilis

Clariger papillosus

Flagtail wormfish

Clepticus africanus

Clepticus brasiliensis

Creole wrasse

Arrow goby

Fleet klipfish

Cline

Ladder klipfish

Sad klipfish

Agile klipfish

Onrust klipfish

Cape kilpfish

Bluntnose klipfish

Helen's klipfish

Westcoast klipfish

False bay klipfish

Chinese klipfish

Robust klipfish

Kelp klipfish

Super klipfish

Bull klipfish

Speckled klipfish

Oldman klipfish

Big head croaker

Bighead croaker

Cologrammus flavescens

Congrogadus amplimaculatus

Congrogadus hierichthys

Congrogadus malayanus

Spiny eel-blenny

Carpet eel-blenny - Congrogadus subducens is a Dottyback from the Indo-West Pacific.

Pilbara eelblenny

Mutant wrasse

Lemoneye grunt

Burro

Armed grunt

Longfinned bullseye

High-finned coralfish

Goldengirdled coralfish

Twospot coralfish

Angel blenny

Barcheek blenny

Twinhorn blenny

Scarletfin blenny

Spikefin blenny

Coralliozetus springeri

Coranthus polyacanthus

Liechtenstein's goby

Corcyrogobius lubbocki

Coris atlantica

Western king wrasse

Goldlined coris

Sand wrasse

Doubleheader

Spottail coris

Coris centralis

False clownwrasse

Coris

Pale-barred coris

Coris hewetti

Coris marquesensis

Blackbar coris

Blackstripe coris

Coris roseoviridis

Sandager's wrasse - Sandager's wrasse, Coris sandeyeri, is a wrasse of the family Labridae, found along the east coast of Australia and around the North Island of New Zealand to depths of 60 metres, on mixed sandy/rocky reef areas.

Elegant coris

Vacuocua croaker

Adamson's goby

Anomolous goby

Thinbarred goby

Onespot goby

Coryogalops ochetica

Epaulette goby

Coryogalops tessellatus

Kaalpens goby

Pompano dolphinfish - Pompano dolphinfish have a lifespan of 3 to 4 years.

Common dolphinfish - Although its common name is "dolphin-fish", the mahi-mahi is a fish not a dolphin, and is not at all related to the Delphinidae family of mammals whose common name is simply dolphin.

Montagu's blenny

Barfin goby

Sand-canyon goby

Colon goby

Pallid goby

Coryphopterus gracilis

Coryphopterus humeralis

Glass goby

Coryphopterus kuna

Peppermint goby

Masked goby

Spotted goby

Bartail goby

Bridled goby

Redlight goby

Coryphopterus venezuelae

Cottoperca gobio

Slender stargazer - The slender stargazer, Crapatalus angusticeps, is a southern sandfish of the family Leptoscopidae, found around New Zealand at depths of between a few metres and 60 m.

Robust pygmy-stargazer

Sandfish - The New Zealand sand stargazer, Crapatalus novaezelandiae, is a southern sandfish of the family Leptoscopidae, found around New Zealand in shallow sandy areas, particularly harbours and estuaries.

Graery threadfin seabass

Creedia alleni

Creedia bilineatus

Slender sand-diver

Half-scaled sand-diver

Cape triplefin - The Cape triplefin, Cremnochorites capensis, is a triplefin blenny of the family Tripterygiidae and only member of the genus Cremnochorites, found in the western Indian Ocean and southeast Atlantic, from Sodwana Bay to False Bay in South Africa.

Blackspotted hawkfish

Cristatogobius albius

Cristatogobius gobioides

Cristatogobius lophius

Cristatogobius rubripectoralis

Silver-sided weedfish - The silver-sided weedfish, Cristiceps argyropleura, is a weedfish of the family Clinidae, found around southern Australia in depths from low water to 60 m, particularly in reef and seaweed areas.

Golden weedfish - The golden weedfish, Cristiceps aurantiacus, is a weedfish of the genus Cristiceps, found around New South Wales, Australia and New Zealand.

Crested weedfish - The crested weedfish, Cristiceps australis, is a weedfish of the family Clinidae, found around southern Australia from low water to depths of about 30 m.

Lizard triplefin - The lizard triplefin, Crocodilichthys gracilis, is a fish of the family Tripterygiidae and only member of the genus Crocodilichthys, found in the Gulf of California in the eastern Central Pacific at depths down to 38 m.

Burrowing goby - This species has a very limited distribution and is threatened by coastal development, pollution and siltation of estuaries caused by soil erosion from further inland.

Panther fish - The Panther Grouper is commonly kept in marine aquariums.

Triplespot blenny - Crossosalarias macrospilus is a Blenny from the Western Pacific.

Crossostomus chilensis

Crossostomus fasciatus

Crossostomus sobrali

Long-fingered icefish

Cryodraco pappenheimi

Cryothenia amphitreta - In November 2004, a researcher by the name of Paul A.

Pithead

Red devil

Cryptacanthodes bergi

Giant wrymouth

Bastard cusk

Cryptic triplefin

Arabian goby

Insignia prawn-goby

White-backed shrimpgoby

Cryptocentrus bulbiceps

Blue-speckled prawn-goby

Cryptocentrus callopterus

Cryptocentrus cebuanus

Yellow-prawn goby - It appears in the Wii game Endless Ocean.

Lagoon shrimpgoby

Cryptocentrus diproctotaenia

Inexplicable shrimpgoby

Cryptocentrus insignitus

Kouman's prawn-goby

Cryptocentrus leonis

Leptocephalus prawn-goby - Cryptocentrus leptocephalus, commonly called Pinkspotted Shrimp Goby, is a Goby from the Western Pacific.

Saddled prawn-goby

Cryptocentrus malindiensis

White-saddled shrimp-goby

Cryptocentrus melanopus

Cheek-eye shrimp-goby

Cryptocentrus niveatus

Yellow-barred shrimp-goby

Four-blotch shrimp-goby

Cryptocentrus pretiosus

Cryptocentrus russus

Shige shrimpgoby

Singapore prawn-goby

Target shrimp-goby

Cryptocentrus wehrlei

Cryptocentrus yatsui

Manytooth parrotfish

Deepwater kelpfish

Hidden blenny

South Pacific Sandburrower

Crystallodytes pauciradiatus

Cristal goby

Short-tail bristle-tooth - Ctenochaetus cyanocheilus, is a marine reef tang in the fish family Acanthuridae, endemic to Oceania.

Ctenochaetus flavicauda - Ctenochaetus flavicauda is a Tang from the Pacific Ocean.

Black surgeonfish - Ctenochaetus hawaiiensis is a Tang from the Pacific Ocean.

Striped-fin surgeonfish

Tomini surgeonfish

Indian gold-ring bristle-tooth

Gold-streaked prawn-goby

Silverspot shrimpgoby

Sandy-prawn goby

Ctenogobiops formosa

Ctenogobiops mitodes

Ctenogobiops phaeostictus

Tangaroa - It is frequently found living in a symbiotic relationship with shrimp.

Darter goby

Mexican goby

Blackbar goby

Ctenogobius lepturus

Mangrove goby

Slashcheek goby

Ctenogobius puncticeps

Dash goby

Longtail goby

Emerald goby

Marked goby

Spottail goby

Goldsinny-wrasse - The goldsinny has a reddish brown upper body with a paler belly.

Barbel drum

Peruvian barbel drum

Black fathead

Cubiceps kotlyari

Large-scale cigarfish

Dwarf cigarfish

Longfin cigarfish

Longfin fathead

Coastal cubehead

Australian tuna

Mawson's dragonfish

Poenskop seabream

Shiner surfperch - Shiner perches are similar to tule perches, deep-bodied with a dusky greenish back and silvery sides that have a pattern combining fine horizontal bars with three broad yellow vertical bars.

Knife razorfish

Finescale razorfish

Acoupa weakfish - The acoupa weakfish, Cynoscion acoupa, is a croaker of the family Sciaenidae, found in the western Atlantic from Panama to Argentina, at depths down to 20 m.

Whitefin weakfish

Peruvian weakfish

Sand weakfish

Stripped weakfish

Jamaica weakfish

Smooth weakfish

Smallscale weakfish

Dwarf weakfish

Hake weakfish

Seatrout

Gulf weakfish

Shortfin weakfish

Cachema weakfish

Boccone weakfish

Striped weakfish

Tonkin weakfish

Weakfish

Smalltooth weakfish

Stolzmann's weakfish

Striped weakfish

Green weakfish

Orangemouth weakfish

Oblique-lined dottyback

Swallowtail hawkfish

Dacodraco hunteri

Giant sand stargazer

Panamic stargazer

Dactylagnus peratikos

Dactylanthias aplodactylus

Dactylanthias baccheti

Dusky morwong

Dactylopsaron dimorphicum

Riverine stargazer

Shortchin stargazer

Notchtail stargazer

Dactyloscopus comptus

Bigeye stargazer

Fringed stargazer

Reticulate stargazer

Milky sand stargazer

Moonstruck stargazer

Mexican stargazer

Tiny stargazer

Speckled stargazer

Whitesaddle stargazer

Sand stargazer

Dactyloscopus zelotes

Dadyanos insignis

Hawaiian dascyllus - Length up to 12.

Black-and-white damselfish - Length up to 10 cm, they are white with three black vertical bars.

Dascyllus auripinnis - Dascyllus auripinnis is a Damselfish from the Eastern Central Pacific.

Cloudy damsel - Dascyllus carneus is a Damselfish from the Indian Ocean.

Yellow-tailed dascyllus - Dascyllus flavicaudus is a Damselfish from the Eastern Central Pacific.

Blacktailed humbug - A small marine fish that reaches four inches in length.

Strasburg's dascyllus

Threespot humbug - Grey to black body with two lateral white spots and one between the eyes, the Threespot dascyllus grows up to 14cm in length.

Davidijordania brachyrhyncha

Davidijordania jordaniana

Davidijordania lacertina

Davidijordania poecilimon

Davidijordania yabei

Bengal corvina

Scad - The koheru, Decapterus koheru, is a jack of the genus Decapterus, found only between the North Cape and the East Cape of the North Island of New Zealand, in mid-waters of reef and offshore areas.

Japanese scad

Japanese scad

Largescale wrasse

Blackspot wrasse

Decodon pacificus

Red hogfish

Toothed goby

Four-spotted goby

New Guinean hairtail

Goatee croaker

Yellowfin sea brjeam

Angola dentex

Barnard dentex

Congo dentex

Dentex fourmanoiri

Pink dentex

Large-eye dentex

Morocco dentex

Cape moreton sea bream

Cuskpout

Donkey fish - The marbled grouper is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Smooth rockcod - The smooth grouper is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Painted sweetlips

Blackfin slatey

Painted sweetlips

Diagramma punctatum

Gal

Foureye rockskipper

Irish mojarra

Golden mojarra

Diapterus brevirostris

Caitipa mojarra

European seabass - The European seabass is a member of the Moronidae family.

Spotted seabass

Galjoen - It is the national fish of South Africa.

Banded galjoen

Dictyosoma burgeri

Dictyosoma rubrimaculatum

Didogobius amicuscaridis

Ben-tuvia's goby

Didogobius kochi

Didogobius schlieweni

Didogobius splechtnai

Didogobius wirtzi

Dieidolycus adocetus

Dieidolycus gosztonyii

Dieidolycus leptodermatus

Long-finned pike - It is an elongated fish with a pointed snout and silver in color, similar in appearance to a barracuda, and grows up to 84 cm long.

Lampfish

Dwarf sand perch

Sand-perch

Orange-spotted sand perch

Bighead sand perch

Sand seabass

Highfin sand perch

Mexican sand perch

Torpedo sand perch

Inshore sand perch

Pond perch

Bridled sand perch

Gulf squirrelfish

Annular seabream

Silver porgy

Senegal seabream

Bermuda porgy

Cape white seabream

Zebra

Oman porgy

Banded seabream

Porgy - The Spottail pinfish was described in 1878 by Tarleton Hoffman Bean, an ichthyologist who worked mainly on the Connecticut coast.

Red Sea seabream

Two-banded seabream

Sharpsnout seabream

White sea-bream

White seabream

One spot seabream

White seabream

Goram dragonet

Diplogrammus gruveli

Sawspine dragonet

Spotted dragonet

Pygmy dragonet

Diplogrammus xenicus

Barred soapfish

Yellowfin soapfish

Lined cutlassfish

Mottled fusilier

Lagoon damsel

Dischistodus darwiniensis

Banded damsel

Black-vent damsel

White damsel

Honey-head damsel - Dischistodus prosopotaenia is a Damselfish from the Indo-West Pacific.

Monarch damsel

Spikefin goby

Patagonian toothfish - A close relative, the Antarctic toothfish , is found farther south around the edges of the Antarctic shelf; it also lives in the Ross Sea.

Antarctic toothfish - Though sometimes called the Antarctic Cod, the Antarctic toothfish is quite unrelated to a cod.

Ditrema temminckii pacificum

Ditrema viride

Dodekablennos fraseri

Blackthroat seaperch

Doederleinia gracilispinis

Doederleinia orientalis

Dolloidraco longedorsalis

Dwarf wrasse

Pacific fat sleeper - Dormitator latifrons mainly feeds on detritus and MOND and vegetal rest, but in addition it includes in his diet micromoluscus, ostracodos, nemertinos, trematodos, grudges of fish, copepodos, annelids, larvae of insects and possibly inorganic sediments with which it also incorporates some foraminiferos.

Sleeper goby

Fat sleeper

Dormitator pleurops

Dotalabrus alleni

Dotalabrus aurantiacus

Doydixodon laevifrons

Draconetta xenica

Dainty dragonet

Draculo maugei

Draculo pogognathus

Draculo shango

African sicklefish

Bighead goby

Key goby

Drombus kranjiensis

Drombus lepidothorax

Drombus ocyurus

Drombus palackyi

Pinafore goby

Dysalotus oligoscolus

Live sharksucker

Whitefin sharksucker

Lesser weever - The lesser weever grows up to 18 cm long but generally less than 15 cm) , with an elongated body.

Cheek-streaked goby

Fourline blenny

Ecsenius alleni

Aron's blenny

Australian blenny

Axelrod's clown blenny

Banda comb-tooth

Bath's comb-tooth

Bicolor blenny - Ecsenius bicolor is a Blenny from the Indo-Pacific.

Twin-spot combtooth-blenny - Ecsenius bimaculatus is a Blenny from the Western Pacific Ocean.

Bluebelly blenny

Ecsenius dentex

Ecsenius dilemma

Ecsenius fijiensis

Ecsenius fourmanoiri

Red Sea mimic blenny - Ecsenius gravieri is a Blenny from the Western Indian Ocean.

Ecsenius isos

Ecsenius kurti

Linear blenny - Picture: http://seafishes.

Blue-head combtooth-blenny

Lubbock's combtooth-blenny

Queensland blenny

Yellow-eyed comb-tooth

Persian blenny - It grows to a size of 13cm in length.

Nalolo

Ecsenius monoculus

Black comb-tooth - Ecsenius namiyei is a Blenny from the Western Pacific.

Ecsenius niue

Ocular blenny

Yellow-eye combtooth-blenny

Ecsenius pardus

Ecsenius paroculus

White-lined comb-tooth

Andaman combtooth-blenny

Ecsenius portenoyi

Ecsenius prooculis

Ecsenius randalli

Schroeder's combtooth-blenny

Saddle blenny

Ecsenius shirleyae

Great Barrier Reef blenny

Ecsenius taeniatus

Ecsenius tessera

Tiger blenny

Derawan combtooth-blenny

Three-lined blenny

Egglestonichthys bombylios

Egglestonichthys melanoptera

Egglestonichthys patriciae

Ego zebra

Ekemblemaria lira

Reefsand blenny

Moth blenny

Elacatinus atronasus

Shortstripe goby

Banded cleaner goby

Orangeside goby

Sharknose goby

Barber goby

Frecklefin goby

Yellowline goby

Inornate goby

Spotback goby

Elacatinus jarocho

Widebanded cleaning goby

Elacatinus lori

Spotlight goby

Tiger goby

Greenband goby - Equally bright as their coloration is their personality; they are valued additions to reef aquaria, with a reputation for being friendly and entertaining.

Elacatinus nesiotes

Neon goby - Elacatinus is a genus of marine gobies, often known collectively as the neon gobies.

Semiscaled goby

Elacatinus phthirophagus

Elacatinus pridisi

Broadstripe goby

Redhead goby

Elacatinus redimiculus

Leopard goby

Slaty goby

Yellowprow goby

Zebrette goby

Hawaiian salmon - The rainbow runner is the only species in the monotypic genus Elagatis, which is one of thirty genera in the jack family, Carangidae.

Bluestreak drum

Patagonian blennie

Cable's goby

Asian sleeper

Large-scaled spinycheek sleeper

Eleotris annobonensis

Lutea sleeper

Eleotris macrocephala

Snakehead gudgeon

Eleotris oxycephala

Smallscaled spinycheek sleeper

Sandwich Island sleeper

Eleotris senegalensis

Eleutherochir mirabilis

Flap-gilled dragonet

East Asian fourfinger threadfin

Threefinger threadfin

Black surfperch

Striped surfperch

Banner blenny

Emblemaria

Twospot blenny

Caribbean blenny

Colombian blenny

Ridge blenny

Venezuelan blenny

Emblemaria hudsoni

Filament blenny

Gulf signal blenny

Whiteback signal blenny

Sailfin blenny - Emblemaria pandionis is a Blenny from the Western Atlantic Ocean.

Sailfin signal blenny

Pirate blenny

Emblemaria vitta

Elusive signal blenny

Blackhead blenny

Shorthead blenny

Orangeflag blenny

Glass blenny

Emblemariopsis leptocirris

Flagfin blenny

Seafan blenny

Emblemariopsis ramirezi

Hornless blenny

Emblemariopsis ruetzleri

Flagfin blenny

Tayrona blenny

John moriggle - Bonnetmouths are similar to the only other member of its family, the Boga, or Inermia vittata.

Emmelichthys elongatus

Emmelichthys karnellai

Emmelichthys nitidus cyanescens

Red rover

Emmelichthys struhsakeri

Black blenny

Enchelyurus brunneolus

Enchelyurus flavipes - Enchelyurus flavipes is a Blenny from the Western Pacific.

Krauss' blenny

Enchelyurus petersi

Enigmapercis acutirostris

Broad sandfish

Blackedge triplefin

Roughhead triplefin

Carmine triplefin

Mimic triplefin

Redeye blenny

Network triplefin

Enneanectes smithi

Yellow triplefin

Hawaiian blackhead triplefin

Eastern Australian blackhead triplefin

Blacktail triplefin

Northern bicoloured triplefin

Enneapterygius cheni

Barred triplefin

Clea's triplefin

Enneapterygius destai

Enneapterygius elaine

Hourglass triplefin

Enneapterygius etheostomus

Tiny threefin

Yellownape tripplefin

Blackbelly triplefin

Enneapterygius genamaculatus

Northern yellow-black triplefin

Enneapterygius gruschkai

Half-black triplefin

Holleman's triplefin

Lord Howe Island triplefin

Kermadec triplefin - The Kermadec triplefin, Enneapterygius kermadecensis, is a triplefin of the family Tripterygiidae, found in tidal rock pools around the Kermadec Islands in the southwest Pacific Ocean.

Enneapterygius kosiensis

Western Australian black-head triplefin

Enneapterygius melanospilus

Miracle triplefin

Izu Islands triplefin

Lightning man triplefin

Pygmy triplefin

Pakistan triplefin

New Caledonian black triplefin

Pacific blacktail triplefin

Enneapterygius obscurus

Henderson triplefin

Pale white-spotted triplefin

New Caledonian striped triplefin

Minute triplefin

Rapa triplefin

South Pacific striped triplefin

New Caledonian blackhead surf triplefin

Redtail triplefin

Lord Howe black-head triplefin

Enneapterygius senoui

Flagtail triplefin

Blacktail triplefin

White-spotted triplefin

Enneapterygius trisignatus

High hat triplefin

Onespot triplefin

Blotched triplefin

Blacksaddle triplefin

William's triplefin

Ziegler's triplefin

Bastard dory - It is native to reefs in the Indian and western Pacific Oceans, and to the coastal waters of Australia.

West African rockhopper

Tail-barred rockskipper

Entomacrodus chapmani

Rock blenny

Entomacrodus corneliae

Pacific rockskipper

Wavy-lined blenny

Fringelip rockskipper

Entomacrodus

Entomacrodus macrospilus

Marbled blenny

Pearl blenny

Tattoo-chin rockskipper

Entomacrodus randalli

Entomacrodus rofeni

Seale's rockskipper

Entomacrodus stellifer lighti

Entomacrodus strasburgi

Blackspotted rockskipper

Textile blenny

Entomacrodus thalassinus longicirrus

Vermiculated blenny

Rockpool blenny

Entomacrodus williamsi

Enypnias aceras

Silt goby

Painted dragonet

African spadefish

Orbiculate spade fish

Latent slingjaw wrasse

Epigonus affinis

Epigonus angustifrons

Epigonus cavaticus

Bigeye

Epigonus crassicaudus

Epigonus ctenolepis

Bigeye - The pencil cardinalfish and the bulls-eye are very similar, except the former has seven spines in the first dorsal fin, whereas the later has eight.

Epigonus devaneyi

Epigonus elegans

Epigonus elongatus

Epigonus fragilis

Epigonus glossodontus

Epigonus heracleus

Big-eyed cardinalfish - The big-eyed cardinalfish, bigeye cardinalfish, or bigeye, Epigonus lenimen, is a deepwater cardinalfish of the genus Epigonus, found in southern temperate waters at depths of between 500 and 800 m.

Epigonus marimonticolus

Epigonus merleni

Epigonus notacanthus

Epigonus oligolepis

Epigonus parini

Cardinal fish

Robust cardinalfish - It is a vigorous fish which, apart from the second dorsal fin exhibiting a longer spine, resembles the big-eyed cardinalfish.

Epigonus waltersensis

Black-arse cod

Gulf coney

Butterfish

Grouper - Alternatively, the term "white grouper" is also used as a local vernacular name for several other species of fish, including the yellowedge grouper , Nassau grouper , and Venezuelan grouper .

Bighead grouper

Grouper

Captain fine - The brown-spotted rockcod or catface rockcod is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Yellow grouper - The banded grouper or yellow grouper is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Frostback rockcod

Bleekeri's grouper

Palemargin grouper

Mudgrouper

Dogtooth grouper

Modest rockcod

Tonga grouper

Olive grouper

Epinephelus clippertonensis

Whitespotted grouper

Malabar grouper

Seamount grouper

Yellowfin grouper

Back rockcod - The saddletail grouper or spotted black groper, Epinephelus daemelii, is a large marine fish of the family serranidae, found off south east Australia and northern New Zealand, at depths down to 50 m.

Darwin grouper

Calico grouper - The speckled hind is a U.

Black-spotted grouper

Banded rockcod

Cloudy grouper

10-spine Grouper

Rock grouper

Blacktip grouper - The blacktip grouper is widely distributed; it is found from the Red Sea to South Africa, as far north as Korea, and in the waters around Australia.

Poey's grouper

Seamount grouper

Deady

Haifa grouper

Blacksaddle grouper

Somali grouper

Marquesan grouper - The marquesan grouper is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Giant grouper - The goliath grouper is found primarily in shallow tropical waters among coral and artificial reefs at depths of up to 165 feet .

Flag cabrilla

Giant grouper - This giant fish is similar to an Estuary Cod and colour changes with age.

Laterally-banded grouper

Mystery grouper

Longspine grouper

Malabar grouper

Duskey grouper - The Dusky Grouper is the best known grouper of the Mediterranean Sea and North Africa coast.

Blackspot grouper

Netfin rockcod

Deer grouper - The red grouper is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Star-studded grouper

Puzzling grouper

Smallscale grouper

Camouflage grouper - The camouflage grouper is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Striped fin rockcod

Hawaiian grouper - The Hawaiian grouper is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Oblique-banded rockcod

Brownback cod

Chinaman rockcod

Sixbar rockcod

Surge grouper

Four-saddle grouper

Six-banded grouper

Epaulet grouper

Nassau grouper - The Nassau grouper is a U.

Seamount grouper

Malabar grouper

Seamount grouper

Threespot grouper

Plump grouper

Reticulate grouper

Potato cod - The potato cod, Epinephelus tukula is an endangered, native fish in Australian and surrounding waters.

Maori grouper

Domine - The domine is a tropical fish in the family Gempylidae .

Blackbar drum

Jack-knifefish

Spooted drum - It is frequently observed during the day under ledges or near the opening of small caves, at depths between 3 and 30 meters, where it swims in repetitive patterns.

Equulites antongil

Elongate slimy

Equulites klunzingeri

Equulites laterofenestra

Whipfin ponyfish

Moreton Bay ponyfish

Offshore ponyfish

Oblong slipmouth

Ericandersonia sagamia - Ericandersonia sagamia is a newly-described eelpout of the family Zoarcidae, found in Sagami Bay, Japan, at depths of between 880 and 930 m.

Orange clinid - The orange clinid, Ericentrus rubrus, is a weedfish of the genus Ericentrus, found around New Zealand in rock pools and from low water to depths of about 15 m, in reef areas.

Ernogrammus hexagrammus

Masked prickleback

Emerald sleeper

Erythrocles acarina

Erythrocles microceps

Atlantic rubyfish

Erythrocles scintillans

Erythrocles taeniatus

Threeline prickleback

Twoline prickleback

Red snapper

Scarlet snapper

Jones’ pony fish

Kupang pony fish

Rapson's ponyfish

Splendid ponyfish

Silver mojarra

Pacific flagfin mojarra

Dark-spot mojarra

Graceful mojarra

Jenny mojarra

Tidewater mojarra

Cuban mojarra

Slender mojarra

Grass shad

Butterfish

Persimmon eelpout

Tidewater goby - The genus name translates as "true cycloid goby", referring to the scales, while the species epithet is in honor of J.

Black axillary mojarra

Brazilian mojarra

Short fin mojarra

Streaked mojarra

Periche mojarra

Striped mojarra

Eugnathogobius microps

Eugnathogobius oligactis

Eulophias owashii

Eulophias tanneri

Eumegistus brevorti

Brilliant pomfret

Fourline snakeblenny

Eupetrichthys angustipes

Longtooth hairtail

Malayan hairtail

Bonito

Evermannia erici

Enigmatic goby

Evermannia panamensis

Bandedtail goby

Evermannichthys bicolor

Tenant goby

Sponge goby

Pugnose goby

Eviota abax

Afele's fringefin goby

Spotted fringefin goby

Twostripe pygmy goby

Twospot fringedfin goby

Comet pygmy goby

Eviota disrupta

Twospot pygmy goby

Eviota epiphanes

Barred pygmy goby

Spotted pygmy goby

Herre's pygmy goby

Eviota hoesei - Like most members of its genus, this is a tiny fish, the standard length never exceeding 20 mm.

Eviota indica

Infulata pygmy goby

Eviota inutilis

Eviota irrasa

Eviota japonica

Eviota lacrimae

Broad-banded pygmy goby

Eviota masudai

Melasma pygmy goby

White-line pygmy goby

Eviota monostigma

Eviota natalis

Nebulous pygmy goby

Eviota nigripinna

Blackbelly goby

Leopard dwarfgoby

Eviota partimacula

Pellucida pygmy goby

Green bubble goby

Prasites pygmy goby

Eviota pseudostigma

Pepperfin pygmy goby

Queensland pygmy goby

Eviota readerae - Like most members of its genus, this is a tiny fish, the standard length never exceeding 18 mm.

Eviota rubra

Saipan pygmy goby

Sebree's pygmy goby

Seven-figure pygmy goby

Smaragdus pygmy goby

Speckled pygmy goby

Eviota spilota

Storthynx pygmy goby

Eviota susanae

Eviota tigrina

Eviota variola

Zebra goby

Naked-headed goby

Striped boarfish - The striped boarfish, Evistias acutirostris, is an armorhead of the genus Evistias, found around Japan, Hawaii, Australia, Lord Howe Island, Norfolk Island, the Kermadec Islands, and rarely in New Zealand, at depths below 30 m.

Lrye goby

Small goby

Bigeye scabbard fish

Poey's scabbardfish

Threadfin porgy

Crimson seabream

Yellowback seabream

Leopard blenny

Exechodontes daidaleus

Sargassum blenny

Exyrias akihito - Members of this species used to be assigned to the widespread species Exyrias belissimus but it differs from that species in a number of respects, notably in the very long dorsal fin spines and the paler coloration with numerous yellow or orange spots on all parts.

Ferraris' goby

Puntang goby

Exquisite sand-goby

Asian sand goby

Longfinned goby

Favonigobius lentiginosus

Blackthroat goby

Favonigobius opalescens

Tropical sand goby

Dabra goby

Feia nota

Feia nympha

Feia ranta

Javanese threadfin

Splendid threadfin

Eightfinger threadfin

Weed cardinalfish

Foa hyalina

Foa madagascariensis

Spotfin dragonet

Foetorepus australis

Common stinkfish

Foetorepus dagmarae

Foetorepus garthi

Palefin dragonet

Foetorepus kamoharai

Foetorepus kanmuensis

Foetorepus kinmeiensis

Foetorepus masudai

Foetorepus paxtoni

Bight stinkfish - The bight stinkfish, Foetorepus phasis, is a dragonet of the family Callionymidae, found in the eastern Indian and southwest pacific Oceans, at depths of between 160 and 200 m.

Foetorepus talarae

Foetorepus valdiviae

Longnose butterfly fish - Forcipiger flavissimus is a species of butterflyfish in the genus Forcipiger.

Yellow-and-black triplefin - Its non-breeding colouration is a pale pinkish head with a yellowish body and tail, with a black mask across the eyes which continues in a stripe down the centre of the body gradually changing to a darker yellow.

Common triplefin - The common triplefin, Forsterygion lapillum, is a fish of the genus Forsterygion, found around the coast of New Zealand down to depths of about 15 m.

Mottled triplefin

Deepwater triplefin

Redbanded perch - The variable triplefin or striped triplefin, Forsterygion varium, is a triplefin of the genus Forsterygion, found in Australia including Tasmania and all around New Zealand in rock pools and depths down to 30 metres, in reef areas of broken rock with kelp.

Crosseyed cardinalfish

Fowleria flammea

Fowleria isostigma

Marbled cardinalfish

Fowleria polystigma

Spotcheek cardinalfish

Mottled cardinalfish

Variegated cardinalfish

Fraudella carassiops

Frontilabrus caeruleus

Mousey klipfish

Fusigobius aureus - This is a distinctive species, largely translucent with numerous yellow spots on the body and fins and a yellow line on the head.

Barenape goby

Fusigobius inframaculatus

Orange-spotted sand-goby

Fusigobius maximus

Fusigobius melacron

Fusigobius pallidus

Lesser African threadfin

Steinitz's goby

Bigscaled mackerel - The butterfly kingfish, bigscale mackerel, or butterfly mackerel, Gasterochisma melampus, the only species in the genus Gasterochisma, is found around the world in southern temperate waters, down to 200 m in open water.

Ovoid toothpony

Rhomboid toothpony

Scaled belly toothpony

Escolar - The snake mackerel, Gempylus serpens, is a species of fish in the monotypic genus Gempylus, belonging to the family Gempylidae .

Ornate angelfish - They are a mid-sized angelfish reaching a maximum of 7in/18cm at adulthood.

Zebra angelfish

Blackstriped angelfish

Spotbreast angelfish

Masked angelfish

Halfbanded angelfish

Japanese swallow

Pitcairn angelfish

Genicanthus takeuchii

Blackedged angelfish - Other Scientific Name: Holacanthus watanabei.

Spotted stargazer - The spotted stargazer, Genyagnus monopterygius, is a stargazer of the family Uranoscopidae, found on the continental shelf around New Zealand and other southern Pacific islands, at depths down to 100 m.

Torroto grunt

Croaker - The white croaker is the only species of in the genus Genyonemus.

Gerlachea australis

Japanese tenspined silver-biddy

Black-tip silverbelly

Scaly snouted silver-biddy

Gold sheen silver-biddy

Yellow fin mojarra

Small Chinese silver-biddy

Japanese silver-biddy

Deep-bodied mojarra

Nonbanded whipfin mojarra

Saddleback silver-biddy

Gerres maldivensis

Striped silver biddy

Small-eyed whipfin mojarra

Guinean striped mojarra

Common silverbelly

Strong spined silver-biddy

Gerres philippinus

Ryukyu banded silver-biddy

Gangetic silvery-biddy

Banded silver-biddy

Malayan silver-biddy

Common silver belly

Kelpfish

Giganthias immaculatus

Sandy stargazer

Cocos stargazer

Arrow stargazer

Masked stargazer

Gillellus inescatus

Gillellus jacksoni

Ornate stargazer

Searcher stargazer

Warteye stargazer

Longjaw mudsucker - As the common name suggests, the upper jaw is extremely long, reaching nearly to the opercular opening.

Shortjaw mudsucker

Obscure triplefin

Nineline goby

Girella albostriata

Bluefish - The New Zealand bluefish, Girella cyanea, a sea chub of the genus Girella, is found off south east Australia and around the North Island of New Zealand, in broken rocky reef areas.

Black bream

Girella feliciana

Girella fimbriata

Girella freminvillii

Girella leonina

Girella mezina

Girella nebulosa

Opaleye

Largescale blackfish

Gulf opal eye

Girella stuebeli

Chad

Luderick

Zebra fish

Girella zonata

Gladiator goby

Gladiogobius rex

Deepsea jewfish

Pearl perch

Bearded goby

Dusky mountain goby

Celebes goby

Glossogobius kokius

Glossogobius olivaceus

Delicate blenny

Armoured blenny

Gnathagnus cribratus

Freckled stargazer

Bulldog stargazer

Golden trevally - Golden trevally are schooling fish which often follow other large fish, such as sharks, as well as SCUBA divers, for protection from predators.

Striped large-eye bream

Eyebar goby

Gnatholepis argus

Gnatholepis cauerensis australis

Gnatholepis cauerensis hawaiiensis

Gnatholepis cauerensis pascuensis

Gnatholepis davaoensis

Goldspot goby

Needlespine coral goby

Whitelined coral goby

Gobiodon atrangulatus

Gobiodon axillaris

Gobiodon brochus

Gobiodon fulvus

Gobiodon heterospilos

Small-eyed goby

Gobiodon multilineatus

Gobiodon oculolineatus

Gobiodon prolixus

Five-lined coral goby

Reticulate goby

Orangespotted goby

White-lined coral goby

Gobiodon unicolor

Gobioides africanus

Violet goby - Violet gobies are found all along the Atlantic coast from Georgia in the United States of America, to northern Brazil.

Gobioides grahamae

Gobioides sagitta

Striped gudgeon

Common bully - The common bully, Gobiomorphus cotidianus, is a sleeper of the genus Gobiomorphus, found in New Zealand.

Giant bully - It is very similar to the common bully; they have seven spines in the first dorsal fin but giant bullies always have six.

Bluegilled bully - The bluegill bully, Gobiomorphus hubbsi, is a sleeper of the genus Gobiomorphus, found in most rivers in the North and South Islands of New Zealand.

Redfinned bully - The redfinned bully, Gobiomorphus huttoni, is a sleeper of the genus Gobiomorphus, found in rivers in New Zealand and the Chatham Islands.

Giant goby

Finescale sleeper

Blackfin goby

Choco goby

Okapi goby

Gobionellus munizi

Gobionellus mystax

Gobionellus occidentalis

Sharptail goby

Impostor goby

Sperm goby

Triangular notothen

Narrowhead rockcod

Gobionotothen barsukovi

Humped rockcod

Lobe-lip notothen

Gobiopsis angustifrons

Gobiopsis aporia

Gobiopsis arenaria

Black goby - The New Zealand black goby, Gobiopsis atrata, is a goby of the family Gobiidae, found around northern New Zealand to depths of about 30 m, in reef areas of broken rock and sand or mud.

Bravo's bearded goby

Checkered goby

Gobiopsis exigua

Longjaw goby

Gobiopsis malekulae

Snakehead goby

Gobiopsis quinquecincta

Gobiopsis springeri

Gobiopsis woodsi

Gobiopterus mindanensis

Gobiopterus panayensis

Naked goby

Sonora goby

Seaboard goby

Rockcut goby

Gobiosoma hemigymnum

Gobiosoma hildebrandi

Gobiosoma homochroma

Twoscale goby

Paradox goby

Gobiosoma parri

Code goby

Vermiculated goby

Isthmian goby

Gobitrichinotus radiocularis

Bellotti's goby

Gobius ateriformis

Rock goby

Couch's goby

Sarato's goby

Rock goby

Slender goby

Gobius kolombatovici

Gobius koseirensis

Gobius leucomelas

Roule's goby

Gobius rubropunctatus

Gobius senegambiensis

Schmidt's goby

Gobius tetrophthalmus

Gobius tropicus

Striped goby

Golden goby

Two-spotted goby - There is a black spot at the base of the tail fin, and in the males, there is a second, smaller black spot beneath the pectoral fins.

Gobulus birdsongi

Crescent goby

Sandtop goby

Paleback goby

Painted moki - The painted moki, Goniistius ephippium, is a morwong of the genus Goniistius, found off southern Australia, Lord Howe Island, Norfolk Island, and northern New Zealand including the Kermadec Islands, from shallow depths to 250 m, on rocky reef and coastal areas.

Red morwong - The red morwong, Goniistius fuscus, is a morwong of the genus Goniistius, found off southeast Australia and the North Island of New Zealand from shallow depths to 50 m, on rocky reef and coastal areas.

Plessis' morwong

Brown-banded morwong - The New Zealand red moki or Australian banded morwong, Goniistius spectabilis, is a morwong of the genus Goniistius, found off southern Australia and the North Island of New Zealand from depths to 50 m.

Crested morwong

Hawaiian morwong

Redlip morwong

Spottedtail morwong

Spanish flag

Gorogobius nigricinctus

Gorogobius stevcici

Gosztonyia antarctica - Gosztonyia antarctica is a species of fish described in early 2009.

Chestnut grouper

Graham's gudgeon - Graham's gudgeon, Grahamichthys radiata, is a New Zealand sleeper of the family Eleotridae, the only member of the genus Grahamichthys.

Spotted robust triplefin

Tasmanian robust triplefin

Grallenia arenicola

Filamented pygmy sand-goby

Brazilian basslet - Gramma brasiliensis is a Basslet from the Southwest Atlantic Ocean.

Yellowlined basslet

Fairy basslet - The fish begins as a dark purple starting at the head which fades mid-body to yellow at the tail.

Blackcap basslet - A small fish, reaching four inches in length, it is purple with a diagonal black cap on its head.

Grammatonotus ambiortus

Long-tailed groppo

Grammatonotus laysanus

Grammatonotus macrophthalmus

Grammatonotus surugaensis

Shark mackerel

Sixline soapfish - This soapfish shows a characteristic striped pattern.

Ocellate soapfish

Graus nigra

Guavina micropus

Gunnellichthys copleyi

Curious wormfish - This fish is easily harmed, and can be eaten by even the smallest predators.

Gunnellichthys grandoculis

Gunnellichthys irideus

Onespot wormfish

Onestripe wormfish

Yellowstripe wormfish

Gvozdarus balushkini

Naked-head toothfish

Cape sandlance

Mediterranean sand eel

Smooth sand-eel

Crystal cardinal

Naked cardinalfish

Gymnapogon foraminosus

Gymnapogon japonicus

Gymnapogon melanogaster

Philippine cardinalfish

B-spot cardinalfish

Gymnapogon vanderbilti

Splitbanded goby

Gymnelopsis brashnikovi

Gymnelopsis brevifenestrata

Gymnelopsis humilis

Gymnelopsis ocellata

Gymnelopsis ochotensis

Aurora unernak

Barsukov's pout

Gymnelus diporus

Gymnelus esipovi

Gymnelus gracilis

Gymnelus obscurus

Gymnelus platycephalus

Aleutian pout

Gymnelus soldatovi

Gymnelus taeniatus

Slender fusilier

Trident prickleback

Collared large eye bream

Emperor

Japanese large-eye bream

Yellowsnout large-eye bream

Blue-spotted large-eye bream

Janbruin

Ploughfish

Gymnogobius bungei

Gymnogobius mororanus

Gymnogobius opperiens

Gymnogobius petschiliensis

Gymnogobius taranetzi

Gymnogobius uchidai

Gymnogobius urotaenia

Bonito - Dogtooth tuna frequent reef environments, with smaller fish being more commonly found near shallow reef areas and larger ones haunting deep reef drop off areas, seamounts and steep underwater walls.

Hadropareia middendorffii

Hadropareia semisquamata

Hadropogonichthys lindbergi

White margate

Tomtate grunt

Grunt

Bronzestripe grunt

Caesar grunt - The Caesar grunt is a Caribbean fish in the family Haemulidae.

Banana grunt

Yellowspotted grunt

French grunt

Spanish grunt

Spottail grunt

Cottonwick grunt

Sailor's grunt

Jolle cocoon

Haemulon schrankii

Blue striped grunt

Grey grunt

Haemulon serrula

Greybar grunt

Haemulon squamipinna

Chere-chere grunt

Banana grunt

Burro blanco

Elongate grunt

Burrito

Shining grunt

Halaphritis platycephala

Blue rock whiting

Black wrasse

Mangrove wrasse

Argus wrasse

Greenband wrasse

Pearly-spotted wrasse

Banded rainbowfish

Redlined wrasse

Slippery dick - The slippery dick has three color phases.

Brownfields wrasse

Mardi Gras wrasse

Painted wrasse

Wounded wrasse

Halichoeres chlorocephalus

Pastel-green wrasse

Canary wrasse

Adorned wrasse

Yellowcheek wrasse

Halichoeres dimidiatus

Cocos wrasse

Chameleon wrasse

Yellowhead wrasse

Halichoeres girardi

Hartzfeld's wrasse

Checkerboard wrasse - Red Sea to South Africa, north to southern Japan, south to the southern Great Barrier Reef.

Socorro wrasse

Rainbow wrasse

Jewelled wrasse

Halichoeres leptotaenia

Whitebelly wrasse

Greyhead wrasse

Slippery okra

Malpelo wrasse

Dusky wrasse

Golden wrasse

Halichoeres melas

Cheekspot wrasse

Circle-cheek wrasse

Spinster wrasse

Banded wrasse

Ornamented wrasse

Pale wrasse

Seagrass wrasse

Halichoeres pardaleocephalus

Halichoeres penrosei

Painted wrasse

Axil spot wrasse

Blackear wrasse

Silty wrasse

Puddingwife wrasse - Sport Fish of the Gulf of Mexico

Halichoeres raisneri

Richmond's wrasse

Red-head wrasse

Halichoeres salmofasciatus

Halichoeres sazimai

Zigzag wrasse

Rock wrasse

Halichoeres signifer

Halichoeres socialis

Green wrasse

U-spot wrasse

Timor wrasse

Threespot wrasse

Threespot wrasse

Indian Ocean pinstriped wrasse

Goldstripe wrasse

Rooster snakelet

Halidesmus polytretus

Socotran snakelet

Thomasen's snakelet

Halimuraena lepopareia

Zulu snakelet

Halimuraenoides isostigma

Haliophis aethiopus

Stars-and-stripes snakelet

African eel blenny

Hapalogenys analis

Australian striped velvetchin

Philippine dark velvetchin

Fourstripe grunt

Hapalogenys merguiensis

Belted beard grunt

Short barbeled grunter

Black grunt

Long barbeled grunter

Uncombed blenny

Haptogenys bipunctata

Harpagifer andriashevi

Antarctic spiny plunderfish

Kerguelen spiny plunderfish

Harpagifer macquariensis

Harpagifer nybelini

Crested spiny plunderfish

Harpagifer permitini

Deep-water spiny plunderfish

Hazeus elati

Hazeus maculipinna

Hazeus otakii

Helcogramma albimacula

Helcogramma alkamr

Blacktail triplefin

Helcogramma billi

Hooded triplefin

Helcogramma cerasina

Little hooded triplefin

Black-throated triplefin

Helcogramma desa

Red-eye threefin

Helcogramma ememes

Fourspot triplefin

Blackfin triplefin

Helcogramma habena

Triangle triplefin

Helmet triplefin

Helcogramma lacuna

Helcogramma larvata

Helcogramma maldivensis

Helcogramma microstigma

Helcogramma nesion

Helcogramma rharhabe

Rhinocerus triplefin

Helcogramma rosea

Helcogramma serendip

Solor triplefin

Springer's triplefin

Red triplefin

Tropical striped triplefin - It is red with white stripes running the length of its body and white spots between the eyes.

Helcogramma trigloides

Helcogramma vulcana

Helcogrammoides antarcticus

Helcogrammoides chilensis

Cunningham's triplefin

Helotes qinglanensis

Streamer bass

Longtail bass

Damsel bass

Red barbier

Hemerocoetes artus - Hemerocoetes artus is a duckbill fish of the genus Hemerocoetes, found only around the sub-Antarctic islands south of New Zealand at depths of between 100 and 600 m.

Bluebonnet - Hemerocoetes macrophthalmus is a duckbill fish of the genus Hemerocoetes, found only around New Zealand, and around the South Island at depths of between 100 and 500 m.

Opalfish - The opalfish, Hemerocoetes monopterygius, is a duckbill of the genus Hemerocoetes, found only around New Zealand, at depths of between 5 and 200 m.

Hemerocoetes morelandi - Hemerocoetes morelandi is a duckbill fish of the genus Hemerocoetes, found only around New Zealand at depths of between 20 and 100 m.

Hemerocoetes pauciradiatus - Hemerocoetes pauciradiatus is a duckbill fish of the genus Hemerocoetes, found only around New Zealand at depths of between 20 and 200 m.

Palomette

Bicolor jack

Yellowfin jack

Blackfin jack

Wrasse blenny

Purple-spotted demoiselle

Hemigobius hoevenii

Hemigobius mingi

Barred thicklip

Blackeye thicklip

Grape-eye seabass

Many-spined butterflyfish

Spiny butterflyfish

Pyramid butterflyfish

Thompson's butterflyfish

Brown-and-white butterflyfish

Threeband pennantfish

False moorish idol - White with 2 broad diagonal black bands, up to 7 inches in length.

Red Sea bannerfish - In schools as juveniles on coral heads, sometimes with Heniochus diphreutes.

Masked bannerfish

Phantom bannerfish

Singular bannerfish

Zebra- perch sea chub

Poreless goby

Hetereleotris bipunctata

Mourner

Hetereleotris caudilinea

Hetereleotris diademata

Hetereleotris georgegilli

Hetereleotris kenyae

Smoothscale goby

Hetereleotris nebulofasciata

Hetereleotris poecila

Hetereleotris readerae

Hetereleotris sticta

Locusthead

Vinson's goby

Common goby

Goggle goby

Goggles

Banded stargazer

Adelaide's weedfish

Heteroclinus antinectes

Kelp weedfish

Heteroclinus equiradiatus

Seven-bar weedfish

Johnston's weedfish

Heteroclinus kuiteri

Tasselled weedfish

Slender weedfish

Large-nose weedfish

Heteroclinus perspicillatus

Girls weedfish

Weedfish

Sharp-nose weedfish

Whitelegg's weedfish

Wilson's weedfish

Heterogobius chiloensis

Heteroplopomus barbatus

Balarton - Heteropriacanthus cruentatus is a fish from the around the globe, in tropical seas.

Giant kelpfish

Candelamoa parrotfish

Pacific longnose parrotfish

Highbrow rockskipper

Histiodraco velifer

Guinean angelfish

Clarion angelfish

Clipperton angelfish

King angelfish - The Passer Angelfish is a non-migratory tropical fish that inhabits reefs in the eastern Pacific ocean from the coast of Peru north to the California gulf, including offshore islands as far west as the Galapagos, generally at a depth of between 4-30 meters.

Angelfish - The adult Rock Beauty angelfish's overall body color can be described as yellow in the facial region of the body with blue towards the tail end of the fish.

Holanthias caudalis

St. Helena seaperch

Titan cardinalfish

Ring wrasse

Pastel ringwrasse

Sidespot longface wrasse

Redback longface wrasse

Dusky tilefish

Triton tilefish

Yellow-spotted tilefish

Pastel tilefish

Hoplolatilus geo

Redback sand tilefish - Hoplolatilus marcosi, commonly called the red-lined tilefish, is a Tilefish from the Western Central Pacific.

Hoplolatilus oreni

Hoplolatilus pohle

Purple sand tilefish - Hoplolatilus purpureus is a Tilefish from the Western Central Pacific.

Stark's tilefish - Hoplolatilus starcki is a Tilefish from the Western Pacific.

Mexican barred snapper

Howella pammelas

Howella parini

Sherborn's cardinalfish

Howella zina

Big-eye - Antarctic butterfish have a dark blue body above and lighter blue below with large eyes .

Driftfish

Japanese butterfish

Hyperoglyphe macrophthalma

Driftfish

Black butterfish

Greater sand-eel

Great sandeel - Breeding occurs through between March into August.

Spotfin surfperch

Walleye seaperch

Silver surfperch - The body of the silver surfperch is oval and strongly compressed.

West African speckled blenny

Hypleurochilus bananensis

Barred blenny

Zebratail blenny

Crested blenny

Hypleurochilus langi

Featherduster blenny

Oyster blenny

Hypoplectrodes annulatus

Red seaperch

Redbanded perch - The redbanded perch, Hypoplectrodes huntii, is a sea bass of the genus Hypoplectrodes, found in south eastern Australia, and the North Island and northern South Island of New Zealand, at depths of between 5 and 100 metres.

Jameson's seaperch

Half-banded seaperch

Black-banded sea perch

Hypoplectrodes semicinctum

Spotty seaperch

Masked Hamlet

Hypopterus macropterus - The species is in most respects similar to the Waigeo seaperch , and it was originally described as P.

Green prigi

Rainbow prigi

Hypseleotris leuciscus

Barnaclebill blenny

Tidepool blenny

Hypsoblennius digueti

Longhorn blenny

Bay blenny

Notchbrow blenny

Feather blenny

Tessellated blenny

Freckled blenny

Mussel blenny

Hypsoblennius paytensis

Socorro blenny

Hypsoblennius robustus

Hypsoblennius sordidus

Striated blenny

Rainbow surfperch

Garibaldi damselfish - This is the official marine state fish of California and is protected in California coastal waters.

Fringed stargazer

Banded stargazer

Double-banded stargazer

Ichthyscopus malacopterus

Ichthyscopus nigripinnis

Spotcheck stargazer

Ichthyscopus spinosus

Ragfish - The southern driftfish or ragfish, Icichthys australis, is a medusafish of the genus Icichthys found around the world in all southern oceans between latitudes 50° S and 60° S, from the surface down to 2,000 m.

Brown rudderfish

Fan-tailed rag-fish - The ragfish body is scaleless and limp, both because of the cartilaginous skeleton, as well as its flabby muscles.

Iluocoetes elongatus

Eelpout

Cheekspot goby

Bright goby

Bonnetmouth - The Boga is a spindle-shaped fish.

Pale razorfish

Iniistius auropunctatus

Iniistius baldwini

Bronzespot razorfish

Iniistius griffithsi

Peacock wrasse

Iniistius trivittatus

Razor wrasse fish

Cabinza grunt

Sixband hawkfish

Bigtooth corvina

Silver weakfish

Imspringer

Istiblennius colei

Streaky rockskipper

Rippled rockskipper

Lined rockskipper

Peacock rockskipper

Istiblennius muelleri

Scarface rockskipper

Istiblennius rivulatus

Spotted rockskipper

Istiblennius steindachneri

Pallid rockskipper

Zebra blenny

Campbel's goby

Decorated goby

Istigobius diadema

Goldman's goby

Istigobius hoesei

Istigobius hoshinonis

Black-spotted goby

Ornate goby

Eye-line sand-goby

Rigilius goby

Pearl goby

Atlantic sailfish - Tests in the 1920s estimated that they were capable of short sprints of up to 111 kilometres per hour, however, a more conservative estimates of 37 to 55 kilometres per hour are more widely accepted .

Itycirrhitus wilhelmi

Japonolycodes abei

Bladefin bass

Sharpnose hammer croaker

Karut croaker

Small kob

Bellfish

Pale spotfin croaker

Goldmann's jewfish

Big-snout croaker

Large-scale croaker

Small-mouth croaker

Broad-head croaker

Mannar croaker

Paperhead croaker

Bottlenose jewfish

Pacific croaker

Johnius philippinus

Large-eye croaker

Leaftail croaker

Trewavas' croaker

Blacknosed butterflyfish

Kali caribbaea

Kali colubrina

Kali falx

Kali indica

Kali macrodon

Kali macrura

Kali normani

Kali parri

New Zealand scaly headed triplefin - The scaly-headed triplefin, Karalepis stewarti, is a triplefin, the only species in the genus Karalepis, found around the north east of the North Island of New Zealand from depths of about 5 to 30 m, in reef areas of broken rock.

Blind goby

Kasatkia memorabilis

Six-spot prickleback

Kathala croaker

Smooth stargazer

Stargazer

Spiny stargazer

Giant stargazer - The giant stargazer, Kathetostoma giganteum, is a stargazer of the family Uranoscopidae, found on the continental shelf around New Zealand.

Common stargazer

Deepwater stargazer

Arctic bonito - It is a streamlined, fast-swimming pelagic fish, common in tropical waters throughout the world, where it inhabits surface waters in large shoals , feeding on fish, crustaceans, cephalopods and mollusks.

Cardinal goby

Kelloggella centralis

Kelloggella oligolepis

Central goby

Kelloggella tricuspidata

Knipowitschia cameliae

Knipowitschia caucasica

Knipowitschia iljini

Kochichthys flavofasciatus

Bryan's sand dart

Silver sandfish

Kraemeria galatheaensis

Kraemeria merensis

Kraemeria nuda

Kraemeria tongaensis

Kraemericus smithi

Krusensterniella maculata

Krusensterniella multispinosa

Krusensterniella notabilis

Krusensterniella pavlovskii

Kuhlia caudavittata

Barred flagtail

Kuhlia nutabunda

Kuhlia petiti

Kuhlia rubens

Jungle perch

Kuhlia xenura - The Hawaiian flagtail is a species of the genus of flagtail fishes.

Indian hump head

Blue-bronze sea chub

Blue seachub

Kyphosus cornelii

Hawaiian chub

Yellow sea chub

Revillagigedo sea chub

Kyphosus pacificus

Bermuda chub

Silver drummer - The silver drummer, Kyphosus sydneyanus, is a sea chub of the family Kyphosidae, found around Australia and New Zealand in shallow rocky areas.

Brassy chub

Labracinus atrofasciatus

Fire-tail devil - Labracinus cyclophthalmus is a Pseudochromis from the Western Pacific.

Darkstriped dottyback

Labracoglossa argenteiventris

Tubelip wrasse

Whitecheek blenny

Puffcheek blenny

Mock blenny

Bravo clinid

Labrisomus fernandezianus

Quillfin blenny

Goggle-eye blenny

Mimic blenny

Reef blenny

Jenkins' blenny

Downy blenny

Porehead blenny

Spotcheek blenny

Molly miller

Labrisomus philippii

Labrisomus pomaspilus

Misspelled blenny

Green blenny

Baja blenny

Largemouth blenny

Bicolor cleaner wrasse

Bluestreak cleaner wrasse - Cleaner wrasses usually can be found around so-called cleaning stations.

Blackspot cleaner wrasse

Hawaiian cleaner wrasse

Redlip cleaner wrasse

Allen's tubelip

Southern tubelip

Micronesian wrasse

Labropsis polynesica

Yellowback tubelip

Ballan wrasse - It is popular as a food fish in the Orkney Islands and in Galway.

Cuckoo wrasse

Red wrasse - Labrus mixtus is a medium size wrasse living in rocky areas in Atlantic waters.

Phantom cardinalfish

Hogfish

Porgy - The pinfish is a small fish, growing only to about 4.

Crown spotty blenny

Lappanella fasciata

Lappanella guineensis

Fourline wrasse

Croceine croaker

Southern yellow croaker

Yellow croaker

Steeplined drum

Silver drum

Shorthead drum

Shining drum

Banded drum

Pacific drum

Larsonella pumila

Blackfin seabass

Barramundi - Barramundi is a loanword from an Australian Aboriginal language of the Rockhampton area in Queensland L.

Japanese lates

Blue moki - Blue Moki in New Zealand occur throughout mainland waters from the Three Kings Islands to the southern edge of the Snares Shelf, and at the Chatham Islands.

Bastard trumpeter - The bastard trumpeter or copper moki, Latridopsis forsteri, is a trumpeter of the genus Latridopsis, found in the eastern Indian Ocean at depths of from 15 to 160 m.

Real trumpeter - The striped trumpeter, Latris forsteri, is a trumpeter of the family Latridae, found off southern Australia, and around New Zealand, at depths of from 50 to 300 m.

Guillet's goby

Golden ponyfish

Goldstripe ponyfish

Dussumier's pony fish

Striped ponyfish

Hatai's ponyfish

Smithurst's ponyfish

Panay ponyfish

Leiognathus parviceps

Leiognathus striatus

Spot croaker - Their diet consists largely of organic detritus, small crustaceans, and worms.

Lentipes armatus

Hiukole goby

Lentipes whittenorum

Lepidammodytes macrophthalmus

Eastern jumping blenny

Western jumping blenny

Escolar

Finescale goby

Twinspot triplefin

Signal triplefin

Galapagos triplefin blenny

Painted notie

Toad notothen

Gaudy notothen

Grey rockcod

New Zealand orange perch

Lepidoperca brochata

Pseudanthias caesiopercula

Lepidoperca coatsii

Western orange perch

Lepidoperca inornata

Lepidoperca magna

Western sea perch

Orange perch

Lepidoperca tasmanica

Crested scabbardfish

Hawaiian ridge scabbardfish

Silver scabbard fish

Fitch's scabbardfish

Ghost scabbardfish

Fusilier demoiselle

Beachsalmon

Daubed shanny

Black-spot V-wrasse

Tail-spot V-wrasse

Bamin

Estuary stargazer - The estuary stargazer, Leptoscopus macropygus, is a southern sandfish of the family Leptoscopidae, the only member of the genus Leptoscopus.

Leptostichaeus pumilus

Coromandal ribbonfish

Lepturacanthus roelandti

Savalani hairtail

Fries's goby - Lesueurigobius friesii is a species of goby.

Lesueurigobius heterofasciatus

Lesueurigobius koumansi

Sanzo's goby

Lesueur's goby

Flathead pygmy-stargazer

Letholycus magellanicus

Letholycus microphthalmus

Halfblind goby

Pacific yellowtail emperor

Atlantic emperor

Snubnose emperor

Red axil emperor

Yellowfin emperor

Blackeye emperor

Orange fin emperor

Mozambique emperor

Chinese emperor

Orange-stripe emperor

Adia

Ornate emperor

Australian emperor

Drab emperor

Spotcheck emperor

Benin nen waeo

White-line eelpout

Leucopsarion petersii

Smooth-lip stargazer

Leerfish

Donaldson's sandburrower

Barred sand burrower

Sand submarine

Limnichthys orientalis

Tommyfish - The long-finned sand diver or tommyfish, Limnichthys polyactis, is a sandburrower of the genus Limnichthys, found all around the North Island of New Zealand to depths of about 5 m, on sandy or gravelly bottoms.

Limnichthys rendahli - Limnichthys rendahli is a sandburrower of the family Creediidae, found only around New Zealand to depths of about 150 m, on sandy or gravelly bottoms.

Eyestripe bass

African basslet

Liopropoma aragai

Yellowmargin basslet

Candy bass

Liopropoma collettei

Liopropoma danae

Spotlined bass

Liopropoma erythraeum

Wrasse bass

Wrasse ass bass

Liopropoma flavidum

Liopropoma incomptum

Blackstripe basslet

Liopropoma lemniscatum

Scalyfin basslet

Liopropoma maculatum

Pinstriped basslet

Ridgeback basslet

Manyline perch

Pallid basslet

Swissguard basslet

Meteor perch

Orange-lined reef basslet

Redstriped basslet

Tang's snapper

Dusky basslet

Banded basslet

Yellow basslet

Bicolor basslet

Royal basslet

Yellowbar basslet

Rosy basslet

Threeline basslet

Lipophrys adriaticus

Lipophrys bauchotae

Lipophrys caboverdensis

Caneva's blenny

Lipophrys dalmatinus

Black-headed blenny

Shanny

Sailfin blenny

West coast seabream

Striped seabream

Fowler's rockskipper

Eye-bar coral-goby

Oman goby

Lonchopisthus higmani

Lonchopisthus lemur

Swordtail jawfish

Longtailed jawfish

Blackfin croaker

Longtail croaker

Lophogobius bleekeri

Lophogobius cristulatus

Crested goby

Great northern tilefish

Tile fish

Whitecap goby

Finescale dottyback

Lubbockichthys myersi

Lubbockichthys tanakai

Lubricogobius dinah

Yellow pygmy-goby

Lubricogobius ornatus

Arrow blenny

Luciogobius adapel

Luciogobius ama

Luciogobius elongatus

Luciogobius grandis

Flat-headed goby

Luciogobius koma

Luciogobius martellii

Luciogobius pallidus

Luciogobius parvulus

Luciogobius platycephalus

Luciogobius saikaiensis

Long-snouted blenny

Saddled prickleback

Y-prickleback

Lumpenopsis pavlenkoi

Lumpenopsis triocellata

Slender eelblenny

Snake blenny

Eel-blenny

Mangrove blenny

Highfin blenny

Mangrove blenny

Long-snout sponge-goby

Hussar

African red snapper - African red snapper is a species of fish in the Lutjanidae family.

Brazilian snapper - Lutjanus alexandrei is a new species of snapper of the genus Lutjanus.

Cuban snapper

Snapper - The mutton snapper is a species of fish.

Dogtooth snapper

Mullet snapper

Mangrove snapper - Coloration of the Mangrove Jack ranges from burnt orange, to copper, to bronze and dark reddish-brown, depending on its age and environment.

Amarillo snapper

Bengal snapper

Two-spot banded snapper

Indonesian snapper

Two-spot red snapper - The Two-spot red snapper is a species that belongs to the genus of Lutjanus.

Black spot snapper

Carribbean red snapper - The red snapper commonly inhabits waters from 30 to 200 ft , but can be caught as deep as 300 ft or more on occasion.

Spanish flag snapper

Blue line snapper

Colorado snapper

Cubera snapper - The largest recorded Cubera Snapper in the world was caught off the coast of Freeport, Texas June 23, 1984 by David Fotorny of Houston, Texas.

Lattice snapper

African brown snapper

Sunbeam snapper

Ehrenberg's snapper

Guinea snapper

Saddletailed sea perch

Golden african snapper

Dory snapper

Flame-colored snapper

Humphead snapper

Papuan black snapper

Gorean snapper

Black pargue - Its color is typically greyish red, but it can change color from bright red to copper red.

Yellowfin redsnapper

Mutton snapper

Pacific rabirubia

Dog teeth snapper

John's snapper

Jordan's snapper

Bluebanded sea perch - The species is so named due to its distinctive colouration, which consists of a bright yellow body overlain by narrow horizontal electric blue stripes.

Yellowstreaked snapper

Lunartail snapper

Indian snapper

Lantern jaw

Samoan snapper

Bluestriped snapper

Black snapper

Spotstripe snapper

Pacific red snapper

Caribbean red snapper

Blue-banded sea perch

Bluespotted snapper

Russell's snapper

Emperor red snapper - Lutjanus sebae is a Snapper from the Indo-West Pacific.

Star snapper

Lane snapper - Juveniles are found inshore over grass beds or shallow reefs.

Timor snapper

Blue-and-gold snapper

Day snapper

Luvar - It is a big ellipsoidal fish, growing to two meters in length.

Earle's splitfin

Orange-striped pygmy basslet

Waite's splitfin

Luzonichthys williamsi

Lycenchelys alba

Lycenchelys albeola

Lycenchelys albomaculata

Lycenchelys alta

Lycenchelys antarctica

Lycenchelys aratrirostris

Lycenchelys argentina

Lycenchelys aurantiaca

Lycenchelys bachmanni

Lycenchelys bellingshauseni

Lycenchelys bullisi

Lycenchelys callista

Lycenchelys camchatica

Lycenchelys chauliodus

Lycenchelys cicatrifer

Snakehead eelpout

Lycenchelys fedorovi

Lycenchelys folletti

Lycenchelys hadrogeneia

Lycenchelys hippopotamus

Lycenchelys hureaui

Lycenchelys imamurai

Lycenchelys incisa

Shortjaw eelpout

Checkered wolf eel

Lycenchelys lonchoura

Lycenchelys maculata

Lycenchelys makushok

Lycenchelys maoriensis

Lycenchelys melanostomias

Lycenchelys micropora

Lycenchelys monstrosa

Moray wolf eel

Lycenchelys nanospinata

Lycenchelys nigripalatum

Lycenchelys novaezealandiae

Parin's wolf eelpout

Common wolf eel

Lycenchelys pearcyi

Lycenchelys pentactina

Lycenchelys pequenoi

Lycenchelys peruana

Lycenchelys platyrhina

Lycenchelys plicifera

Lycenchelys polyodon

Lycenchelys porifer

Lycenchelys rassi

Lycenchelys ratmanovi

Shifted wolf eelpout

Lycenchelys rosea

Lycenchelys ryukyuensis

Sars' wolf eel

Lycenchelys scaurus

Lycenchelys squamosa

Lycenchelys tohokuensis

Lycenchelys tristichodon

Lycenchelys uschakovi

Wolf eelpout

Lycenchelys vitiazi

Lycenchelys volki

Lycenchelys wilkesi

Lycenchelys xanthoptera

Lycodapus

Lycodapus australis

Lycodapus derjugini

Lycodapus dermatinus

Deepwater slipskin

Bigtooth eelpout

Lycodapus leptus

Pale eelpout

Lycodapus microchir

Stout slipskin

Stubraker sculpin

Lycodapus poecilus

Specklemouth eelpout

Adolf's eelpout

Lycodes akuugun

Lycodes albolineatus

Lycodes albonotatus

Lycodes bathybius

Shortfin eelpout

Lycodes brunneofasciatus

Lycodes caudimaculatus

Bigfin eelpout

Blackfin eelpout

Greater eelpout

Doubleline eelpout

Banded eelpout

Lycodes fulvus

Vahl's eelpout

Lycodes heinemanni

Lycodes hubbsi

Lycodes japonicus

Lycodes jenseni

Shulupaoluk

Laval's eelpout

L

Lycodes macrochir

Lycodes macrolepis

Lycodes matsubarai

Mcallister's eelpout

Lycodes microlepidotus

Lycodes microporus

Lycodes nakamurae

Lycodes nishimurai

Lycodes obscurus

Lycodes ocellatus

Paamiut eelpout

Blackbelly eelpout

Lycodes paucilepidotus

Lycodes pectoralis

Canadian eelpout

Sparse-toothed lycod

Arctic eelpout

Threespot eelpout

Lycodes sadoensis

Archer eelpout

Lycodes semenovi

Longear eelpout

Lycodes sigmatoides

Lycodes soldatovi

Lycodes tanakae

Lycodes teraoi

Atlantic eelpout

Lycodes toyamensis

Lycodes uschakovi

Vahl's eelpout

Lycodes yamatoi

Lycodes ygreknotatus

Lycodichthys antarcticus

Eelpout

Lycodonus flagellicauda

Lycodonus malvinensis

Chevron scutepout

Lycodonus vermiformis

Lycogrammoides schmidti

Bearded eelpout

Lycozoarces regani

Lythrypnus alphigena

Lythrypnus brasiliensis

Lythrypnus cobalus

Mahogany goby

Catalina goby

Dwarf goby

Galapagos blue-banded goby

Diphasic goby

Distant goby

Lythrypnus lavenbergi

Pygmy goby

Lythrypnus mowbrayi

Island goby

Okapi goby

Convict goby

Gorgeous goby

Spotcheek goby

Lythrypnus solanensis

Spotwing goby

Zebra goby

King weakfish

Dogteeth weakfish

Largetooth goby

Macropharyngodon bipartitus marisrubri

Bluespotted wrasse

Geoffroy's wrasse

Black leopard wrasse

Blackspotted wrasse

Macropharyngodon moyeri

False leopard

Madagascar wrasse

Cuja bola

Magadanichthys skopetsi

Flagfin prawn goby - 8.

Pacific black marlin - In 2010, Greenpeace International has added the black marlin to its seafood red list.

Quakerfish

Blue blanquillo

Muttonfish

Malacoctenus africanus

Goldline blenny

Diamond blenny - Malacoctenus boehlkei is a Blenny from the Western Central Pacific.

Malacoctenus costaricanus

Delalande blenny

Fishgod blenny

Imitator blenny

Sonora blenny

Dusky blenny

Redside blenny

Rosy blenny

Margarita blenny

Chameleon clinid

Saddled blenny

Barfin blenny

Zaca blenny

Glossy blenny

Belted blenny

Malakichthys barbatus

Malakichthys levis

Malakichthys mochizuki

Malakichthys similis

Silverbelly seaperch

Malapterus reticulatus

Chiseltooth goby

Manonichthys jamali

Matsubaraea fusiforme

Mauligobius maderensis

Mauligobius nigri

Maynea puncta

Tufted blenny

Immaculate damsel

Medialuna ancietae

Halfmoon - The Halfmoon, or Medialuna californiensis, is a species of edible Pacific fish.

Torpedo scad - The torpedo scad is the only member of the monotypic genus Megalaspis, which is one of the thirty genera in the family Carangidae, a group of perciform fishes in the suborder Percoidei.

Megalonibea fusca

Yellowtop Jewelfish

Meganthias kingyo

Gorgeous swallowtail

Upside-down harptail blenny

Threadless blenny

Bundoon blenny - Meiacanthus bundoon is a Blenny from the Pacific Ocean.

Schooling harptail blenny

Onestriped poison fang blenny

Meiacanthus fraseri

Meiacanthus geminatus

Grammistes blenny

Meiacanthus kamoharai

Meiacanthus limbatus

Yellow fangblenny

Mozambique fangblenny

Meiacanthus naevius

Blackline fangblenny - Meiacanthus nigrolineatus is a Blenny from the Western Indian Ocean.

Meiacanthus oualanensis - Meiacanthus oualanensis is a Blenny from the Western Central Pacific.

Meiacanthus phaeus

Meiacanthus procne

Meiacanthus reticulatus

Disco blenny

Meiacanthus tongaensis

Meiacanthus urostigma

Meiacanthus vicinus

One-striped fangblenny

Atlantic soft pout

Melanostigma bathium

Limp eelpout - The limp eelpout, Melanostigma gelatinosum, is an eelpout, of the genus Melanostigma, found in all oceans at depths of between 50 and 2,500 m.

Melanostigma inexpectatum

Melanostigma orientale

Midwater eelpout

Melanostigma vitiazi

Telescope fish - The telescope fish, Mendosoma lineatum, is a trumpeter of the genus Mendosoma.

Razor trevally

Southern kingcroaker

Pacific kingcroaker

Gulf kingcroaker

Highfin king croaker

Snakehead kingcroaker

Paita kingcroaker

Panama kingcroaker

Northern kingcroaker

California kingcroaker - The body of the California corbina is elongate and slightly compressed.

Merogymnoides carpentariae

Knout goby - The Knout Goby inhabits the inshore waters, estuaries, brackish- and fresh-water lagoons of the Black Sea and the Sea of Azov.

Tapiroid grunter

Orange-spotted therapon

Butterflyfish

Microdesmus aethiopicus

Olivaceous wormfish

Microdesmus africanus

Microdesmus bahianus

Stippled wormfish

Banded worm goby

Spotback wormfish

Lancetail wormfish

Pink wormfish

Microdesmus luscus

Rearfin wormfish

Spotside wormfish

Balboa goby

Seminole goby

Microgobius crocatus

Microgobius curtus

Roundscale goby

Emblem goby

Erect goby

Clown goby

Microgobius meeki

Banner goby

Miraflores goby

Microgobius signatus

Taboga goby

Green goby

Microichthys coccoi

Microichthys sanzoi

Humpback grunt

Wavyline grunt

Reef surfperch

Dwarf surfperch

Tallfin croaker

Slender croaker

Micropogonias fasciatus

Whitemouth croaker

Micropogonias manni

Bigeye croaker

Atlantic croaker - Atlantic croaker live in coastal waters from Maine to Florida.

Bumphead damselfish

Giant damselfish

Guinea damselfish

Mi-iuy croaker

Millerigobius macrocephalus

Banded blenny

Mimoblennius cas

Fringed blenny

Mimoblennius lineathorax

Rusi blenny

Minute wrasse

Blackspot minigoby

Minysynchiropus kiyoae

Angola croaker

Silver moony - One of the most commonly kept in brackish water aquaria.

Full moony

Monodactylus kottelati

African moony - This species is quite widely kept in brackish and saltwater water aquaria; although it has only very rarely been bred in captivity, it is otherwise hardy and easy to care for.

Roundtoothed large-eyed bream - The emperor breams or simply emperors also known as pigface breams are a family, Lethrinidae, of fishes in the order Perciformes.

Sea perch - The white perch, Morone americana, is not a true perch but is, rather, a fish of the temperate bass family Moronidae, notable as a food and game fish in eastern North America.

Striped sea-bass - The striped bass is a typical member of the Moronidae family in shape, having a streamlined, silvery body marked with longitudinal dark stripes running from behind the gills to the base of the tail.

Bandfin mullet goby

Yellowstripe goby

Mugilogobius fasciatus

Meander goby

Seep goby

Mugilogobius mertoni

Mugilogobius notospilus

Least mullet goby

Flat-backed goby

Indonesian goby

Blotchfin mullet goby

Mexican goatfish

Goatfish - Yellow Goatfish are tireless benthic feeders, using a pair of long chemosensory barbels protruding from their chins to rifle through the sediments in search of a meal.

Mimic goatfish

Orange goatfish

Vanikolo goatfish

Argentine goatfish

Goatfish

Mullus barbatus ponticus - It and Mullus surmuletus are commonly called "red mullets", which see for more information about cuisine.

Nosestripe klipfish

Comb grouper

Black gouper - The black grouper is a large marine fish, growing up to 150 centimetres in length and 100 kilograms in weight.

Venezuelan grouper

Comb grouper

Crossband rockfish

Gulf grouper

Gag grouper - Ten- to twenty-pound fish are common.

Colorado grouper

Scamp grouper

Sawtail grouper

Golden grouper

Grouper

Gag - It is found in Anguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Aruba, the Bahamas, Barbados, Belize, Bermuda, Brazil, Cayman Islands, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba, Dominica, the Dominican Republic, French Guiana, Grenada, Guadeloupe, Guyana, Haiti, Honduras, Jamaica, Martinique, Mexico, Montserrat, Netherlands Antilles, Nicaragua, Panama, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Suriname, Trinidad and Tobago, Turks and Caicos Islands, the United States, Venezuela, the British Virgin Islands, and the U.

Grouper - The fish is variable in color but is usually similar in appearance to the Black Grouper.

Myersina adonis

Goby

Black-mast shrimp-goby

Myersina larsonae

Myersina macrostoma

Black-line shrimp-goby

Myersina papuanus

Sailfin goby

Myersina yangii

Dartfish

Longjaw stargazer

Arrow stargazer

Myxodagnus walkeri

Sailfin clinid

Myxodes ornatus

Myxodes viridis

Nalbantichthys elongatus

Pygmy blenny

Whitemargin unicornfish - It is brown in color and has a distinguishing "nasal" protrusion.

Humpback unicornfish

Spotted unicornfish - The Spotted unicornfish is a type of Unicornfish found in the Indian and Pacific oceans.

Blue unicorn

Gray unicornfish

Elegant unicornfish

Sleek unicornfish

Elongate unicornfish

Spotted unicornfish

Squarenose unicornfish

Slender unicorn

Naso - It is brown in color and has a distinguishing "nasal" protrusion.

Oneknife unicornfish

Bulbnose unicornfish

Bluespine unicornfish - The Bluespine unicornfish is a tang from the Indo-Pacific.

Bignose unicornfish - They are relatively large fish in comparison to other fish in the Acanthuridae family easily reaching 60.

Pencil snakelet

Natal snakelet

Nail snakelet

Pilot-fish - The pilot fish congregates around sharks, rays, and sea turtles, where it eats ectoparasites on and leftovers around the host species;

Escolar

Neamia articycla

Neamia notula

Eightspine cardinalfish

Western footballer - Neatypus obliquus, the sole species in genus Neatypus, is a marine fish that is endemic to southern reefs of Australia.

Smalleye croaker

Pacific smalleye croaker

Ringtail cardinalfish

Bigeye cardinalfish

Samoan cardinalfish

Nectamia ignitops

Nectamia luxuria

Samoan cardinalfish

Nectamia similis

Nectamia viria

Nelabrichthys ornatus

Threadfin blenny

Castaneta

Porae - The porae or blue morwong, Nemadactylus douglasii, is a morwong of the genus Nemadactylus, found around south eastern Australia and the north eastern coast of the North Island of New Zealand at depths of about 10 to 100 metres, on sandy and rocky coasts.

Nemadactylus gayi

Tarakihi - The tarakihi or jackass morwong, Nemadactylus macropterus, is a morwong of the genus Nemadactylus, found off southern Australia, the Atlantic coast of South America, and New Zealand to depths of about 400 m, on all types of bottoms.

St. Paul's fingerfin - This species reaches a size of approximately 60 cm, and is benthopelagic, feeding on both bottom-dwelling and open-water organisms.

Sea carp

Nemadactylus vemae

Threadfin anthias

Elegant firefish - This species is found in the Indo-West Pacific, from Mauritius to Samoa, north to Ryukyu Islands, and south to New Caledonia, from 25–70 metres in depth.

Helfrichs' dartfish

Fire goby - This fish is most commonly found near the substrate of the upper reef in tropical marine waters.

Jack - The roosterfish has an unusual arrangement of its ears: the swim bladder penetrates the brain through the large foramina and makes contact with the inner ear.

Nematogobius brachynemus

Nematogobius maindroni

Yellow-lip threadfin bream

Dawn threadfin bream

Balinese threadfin bream

Dwarf threadfin bream

Bottom threadfin-bream

Bleeker's threadfin-bream

Celebes threadfin bream

Redspotted threadfin-bream

Graceful threadfin bream

Yellowbanded butterfly bream

Twin-lined threadfin bream

Japanese threadfin bream

Longfin threadfin-bream

Yellow-tipped threadfin bream

Randall's threadfin bream

Fivelined threadfin bream

Theodore's threadfin bream

Palefin threadfin bream

Besugo - Commonly, there are no live Nemipterus virgatus fish in the market.

Fiji threadfin bream

Slender threadfin bream

Flame hawkfish

Sarcastic fringehead - They can be up to 30 cm wide and are mostly scaleless with great pectoral fins and reduced pelvic fins.

Neoclinus bryope

Neoclinus chihiroe

Neoclinus lacunicola

Neoclinus nudus

Neoclinus okazakii

Yellowfin fringehead

Neoclinus toshimaensis

Onespot fringehead

Neoditrema ransonnetii

American sackfish

Sackfish

Ocellated damsel

Carlsson's damsel

Cross' damsel - Neoglyphidodon crossi is a Damselfish from the Western Central Pacific.

Black damselfish - Neoglyphidodon melas is a Damselfish from the Indo-West Pacific.

Yellowfin damsel - Neoglyphidodon nigroris is a Chromis from the Indo-West Pacific.

Javanese damsel

Multispine damselfish

Barhead damsel

Neogobius cephalargoides

Mushroom goby

Neogobius gorlap

Caspian round goby - Round gobies are small, soft-bodied fish, characterized by a distinctive black spot on the first dorsal fin.

Flatsnout goby

Ratan goby

Syrman goby

Neolumpenus unocellatus

Neoodax balteatus

Jonah's icefish

Silver demoiselle

Neopomacentrus aquadulcis

Yellowtail demoiselle - Neopomacentrus azysron is a Damselfish from the Indo-West Pacific.

Chinese demoiselle

Regal demoiselle

Violet damsel

Brown demoiselle

African demoiselle

Metallic demoiselle

Miry's demoiselle

Coral demoiselle

Arabian demoiselle

Neopomacentrus sororius

Violet demoiselle

Red Sea demoiselle

Neoscombrops atlanticus

Silver splitfin

Neoscombrops pacificus

Stone-bream

Neosynchiropus bacescui

Neozoarces pulcher

Neozoarces steindachneri

Orangespotted goby

Black barracouta

Nesogobius greeni

Orange-spotted sand-goby

Sailfin goby

Coquito sergeant

White flower croaker

Chu's croaker

Ganges jewfish

Small scale croaker

Blotched croaker

Small-jaw croaker

Nibe croaker

Scale croaker

Loosetooth parrotfish

Nicholsina usta collettei

Ara

Portuguese man-o'-war - Notable for living within the deadly tentacles of the Portuguese man o' war, the man-of-war fish is generally found in open sea or close to the siphonophore Portuguese man o' war, after which it is named.

Tropical scaly-headed triplefin

Leeuwin triplefin

Thomas' triplefin

Splendid hawkfish

Blue-dot triplefin

Blue-eyed triplefin - In the breeding season in winter the orange on the males becomes brighter on the head, tail, and anal fin.

Yaldwyn's triplefin - The blue dot triplefin's head is yellow-orange covered with large bright red spots back as far as the first dorsal fin.

Shark Bay eel-blenny

Spotted eel blenny

Notograptus kauffmani

Notograptus livingstonei

Spotty - The New Zealand spotty, Notolabrus celidotus, is a wrasse of the genus Notolabrus, found all around New Zealand to depths of about 10 m, in many different habitats.

Girdled wrasse - The girdled wrasse, Notolabrus cinctus, is a wrasse of the genus Notolabrus, found around the South Island of New Zealand including the Chatham Islands and Snares Islands.

Yellow-saddled wrasse - The New Zealand banded wrasse is the largest wrasse in New Zealand waters.

Whitespotted parrotfish

Green wrasse - The green wrasse, Notolabrus inscriptus, is a wrasse of the genus Notolabrus.

Bluespotted parrotfish

Blue-throated wrasse

Notolycodes schmidti

Maori chief - The Maori chief is a large bottom-living fish not too dissimilar to the Maori cod.

Black cod - The juveniles are silvery in appearance with a pronounced tail fork.

Marbled rockcod - The marbled rockcod, Notothenia rossii, is a marine cod icefish in the family Nototheniidae with distribution ranging from southern New Zealand to sub-Antarctic seas, on rocky reefs.

Notothenia trigramma

Nototheniops nybelini

Seagrass wrasse

Rockmover wrasse - The Rockmover Wrasse is a colorful fish, 27–30 cm in length.

Twoblotch ponyfish

Yellowspotted ponyfish

Shortnose ponyfish

Twoblotch ponyfish

Nuchequula longicornis

Nuchequula mannusella

Spotnape ponyfish

Saddled seabream

Oblique-swimming triplefin - Its length is between 5 and 8 cm.

Obliquogobius cirrifer

Obliquogobius cometes

Obliquogobius megalops

Obliquogobius turkayi

Obliquogobius yamadai

Yellowtail snapper - In certain reefs, most notably in the Florida Keys, this beautifully colored fish is commonly spotted among divers and snorkelers.

Rainbow cale

Bluefinned butterfish - The bluefinned butterfish, Odax cyanoallix, a cale of the genus Odax, is found only around Three Kings Islands which is about 80 kilometres north of New Zealand, in shallow reef areas where there is abundant brown seaweed.

Herring cale

Butterfish - The greenbone or butterfish, Odax pullus, a cale of the genus Odax, is found around New Zealand.

Coralline goby

Odontamblyopus lacepedii - This species excavates elaborate vertical burrows up to 90 cm long in the sea bed.

Odontamblyopus rebecca

Odontamblyopus roseus

Odontamblyopus tenuis

Checked swallowtail

Blackblotch swallowtail

Odontanthias chrysostictus

Odontanthias dorsomaculatus

Odontanthias elizabethae

Odontanthias flagris

Odontanthias fuscipinnis

Odontanthias grahami

Odontanthias katayamai

Odontanthias rhodopeplus

Odontanthias tapui

Odontanthias unimaculatus

Odontanthias wassi

Odonteleotris canina

Brown large-eyed croaker

Galapagos croaker

Yelloweye croaker

Queensland dottyback

Ogilbyina salvati

Oidiphorus brevis

Oidiphorus mcallisteri

Sharptail goby

Kei goby

Longjaw leatherjack

Maracaibo leatherjacket

Shortjaw leatherjack

Castin leatherjacket

Jack - Leatherjack may also refer to the smooth leatherjacket, a member of the Monacanthidae family.

Oman blenny

Omobranchus angelus

Oyster blenny

Omobranchus aurosplendidus

Bandit blenny

Omobranchus elegans

Chevroned blenny

Omobranchus fasciolatoceps

Arab blenny

Germain's blenny

Omobranchus hikkaduwensis

Omobranchus loxozonus

Zebra blenny

Muzzled blenny

Omobranchus robertsi

Omobranchus smithi

Omobranchus steinitzi

Zebra blenny

Omox blenny

Omox lupus

Opaeophacus acrogeneius

Earspot snakeblenny

Spotted snakeblenny

Variegated snake-blenny

Adelaide snakeblenny

Shortfin snakeblenny

Frosted snake-blenny

Black-back snake-blenny

Whiteblotch snakeblenny

Aporos sleeper

Redlip blenny

Largebanded blenny

Northern mud gudgeon

Ophiogobius jenynsi

Ophiogobius ophicephalus

Burro

Ophioscion costaricensis

Blinkard croaker

Panama croaker

Spotted croaker

Point-tuza croaker

Snub-nosed croaker

Squint-eyed croaker

Point-nosed croaker

Vermiculated croaker

Maori wrasse

Ophthalmolycus amberensis

Ophthalmolycus bothriocephalus

Ophthalmolycus campbellensis

Ophthalmolycus chilensis

Ophthalmolycus conorhynchus

Ophthalmolycus macrops

Ocellated blenny

Opisthocentrus tenuis

Opisthocentrus zonope

Abrolhos jawfish

Yellowhead jawfish - It remains near its relatively small territory, and is typically seen with only the head and upper section of its body protouding from its burrow, although it sometimes can be found hovering nearby.

Darkfin jawfish

Opistognathus brochus

Blue-spotted jawfish

Bartail jawfish - The bartail jawfish , also called phantom jawfish, is a species of fish in the Opistognathidae family.

Darwin jawfish

Opistognathus decorus

Opistognathus dendriticus

Elizabeth reef jawfish

Opistognathus evermanni

Harlequin smiler

Opistognathus fenmutis

Opistognathus fossoris

Galapagos jawfish

Opistognathus hongkongiensis

Opistognathus hopkinsi

Black jawfish

Opistognathus iyonis

Smiler

Roughcheek jawfish

Opistognathus liturus

Moustache jawfish

Opistognathus macrolepis

Halfscaled jawfish

Mottled jawfish

Largescale jawfish

Mexican jawfish

Robust jawfish

Birdled jawfish

Yellowmouth jawfish

Panamanian jawfish

Papuan jawfish

Reticulated jawfish

Leopard jawfish

Giant jawfish

Spotfin jawfish

Opistognathus rosenbergii

Blue-spotted jawfish - Opistognathus rosenblatti is a jawfish from the Eastern Central Pacific.

Opistognathus rufilineatus

Bullseye jawfish

Halfnaked jawfish

Opistognathus signatus

Opistognathus smithvanizi

Variegated jawfish

Coral sea jawfish

Bashful jawfish

Opistognathus walkeri

Dusky jawfish

Cape knifejaw

Striped beakfish - While old, the fish is distinguished by alternating stripes or bars of light and dark grey, hence the common names.

Pacific beakfish

Mozambique knifejaw

Rock porgy

Natal knifejaw

Knifejaw

Hole goby

Robust goby

Opua atherinoides

Cloudy goby

Bonito

Sheephead grunt

Brassy grunt

Hogfish

Orthopristis forbesi

Scalyfin grunt

Corocoro cubano

Bronze-striped grunt

Corocoro grunt

Osopsaron formosensis

Osopsaron karlik

Osopsaron verecundum

Ostorhinchus leslie

Yellow cardinalfish

Ostracoberyx dorygenys

Ostracoberyx fowleri

Ostracoberyx paxtoni

Harlequin fish

Lesser tigertooth croaker

Bronze croaker

Pama croaker

Owstonia dorypterus

Owstonia grammodon

Owstonia maccullochi

Owstonia macrophthalmus

Owstonia nigromarginatus

Owstonia pectinifer

Owstonia simoterus

Owstonia tosaensis

Owstonia totomiensis

Owstonia weberi

Speckled maori wrasse

Two-spot wrasse

Celebes wrasse

Cheeklined wrasse

Oxycheilinus lineatus

Oxycheilinus nigromarginatus

Oriental maori wrasse

Thick-stripe maori wrasse

Ringtail maori wrasse

Oxyeleotris siamensis

Senorita

Robust ribbon-goby

Blue-barred ribbon goby

Oxymetopon filamentosum

Oxymetopon formosum

Oxyurichthys amabalis

Oxyurichthys auchenolepis

Oxyurichthys cornutus

Oxyurichthys dasi

Oxyurichthys formosanus

Blackspot arrowfin goby

Ribbon goby

Lace goby

Oxyurichthys lonchotus

Maned goby

Oxyurichthys mindanensis

Mindanao sleeper-goby

Eyebrow goby

Spangled arrowfin goby

Jester goby

Oxyurichthys petersenii

Oxyurichthys saru

Spotfin goby

Oxyurichthys takagi

Oxyurichthys uronema

Oxyurichthys viridis

Pachycara alepidotum

Pachycara andersoni

Pachycara arabica

Pachycara brachycephalum

Snubnose eelpout

Pachycara cousinsi

Pachycara crassiceps

Pachycara crossacanthum

Pachycara dolichaulus

Pachycara garricki

Pachycara goni

Pachycara gymninium

Pachycara lepinium

Pachycara mesoporum

Pachycara microcephalum

Pachycara nazca

Pachycara pammelas

Pachycara priedei

Pachycara rimae

Pachycara saldanhai

Pachycara shcherbachevi

Pachycara sulaki

Pachycara suspectum

Pachycara thermophilum

Blue hottentot

Hottentot seabream

Bronze seabream

Pachyurus squamipennis

Wide-gape paedomorphic goby

Axillary seabream

Arabian pandora

Blackspot seabream

Natal pandora

Pagetopsis maculatus

Bald notothen - Growing to a maximum length of about 28 cm , it is yellow with dark spots and irregular crossbars.

Bandtail notothen

Southern common seabream

Bluespotted seabream

Red seabream

Palatogobius grandoculus

Mauve goby

Meteor goby

Pruinosa goby

Reticulate goby

Palutrus scapulopunctatus

Chinese pomfret - Silver Pomfret are usually silver/white in color, with few small scales.

Chinese silver pomfret

Butterflyfish

Pampus echinogaster

Southern lesser pomfret

Pampus punctatissimus

Pandaka pusilla

Dwarf pigmygoby - The dwarf pygmy goby is a tropical freshwater fish of the family Gobiidae.

Hooghly croaker

Armour croaker

Fringe-finned trevally

Papillogobius punctatus

Parabarossia lanceolata

Horned blenny

Parablennius cyclops

Parablennius dialloi

Parablennius goreensis

Parablennius incognitus

Horned blenny

Crested blenny - The crested blenny, Parablennius laticlavius, is a blenny of the genus Parablennius, found around New South Wales, Australia and New Zealand to depths of about 3 metres.

Mud blenny

Seaweed blenny

Cheekspot blenny

Rock-pool blenny

Longstriped blenny

Portuguese blenny

Parablennius salensis

Rusty blenny

Parablennius serratolineatus

Parablennius sierraensis

Tasmanian blenny

Tentacled blenny

Tasseled blenny

Parablennius verryckeni

Parablennius yatabei

Zoanimir's blenny

Japanese snapper

Vanuatu snapper

Saddle-back snapper

Paracaesio paragrapsimodon

Dirty ordure snapper

Cocoa snapper

Paracaesio waltervadi

Yellowtail blue snapper

Cape dragonet

Palette surgeonfish - Paracanthurus hepatus has a royal blue body, yellow tail, and black 'palette' design.

Paracaristius heemstrai

Paracaristius maderensis

Parachaenichthys charcoti

Parachaenichthys georgianus

Sixspine butterflyfish

Parachaeturichthys ocellatus

Taileyed goby

Angular flasher

Bell's flasher

Pink flasher

Blue flasher-wrasse

Paracheilinus dispilus

Filamentous wrasse

Yellow-fin flasher-wrasse

Paracheilinus hemitaeniatus

Spot-lined flasher

Paracheilinus nursalim

Paracheilinus piscilineatus

Paracheilinus rubricaudalis

Paracheilinus togeanensis

Paracheilinus walton

Arc-eye hawkfish - Paracirrhites arcatus is a Hawkfish from the Indo-Pacific.

Paracirrhites bicolor

Blackside hawkfish - Paracirrhites forsteri, commonly called black-sided hawkfish, is a Hawkfish from the Indo-Pacific.

Whitespot hawkfish - Paracirrhites hemistictus is a Hawkfish from the Eastern Indian Ocean.

Paracirrhites nisus

Paraclinus arcanus

Goatee blenny

Pink blenny

Coral blenny

Leastfoot blenny

Banded blenny

Paraclinus fehlmanni

Horned blenny

Bald blenny

Reef finspot

Magdalena blenny

Marbled blenny

Mexican blenny

One-eyed blenny

Surf blenny

Paraclinus rubicundus

Flapscale blenny

Paraclinus spectator

Professor blenny

Longjaw blenny

San Quintin blenny

Paradiplogrammus corallinus

Paradiplogrammus curvispinis

Little sand-dragonet

Blackfin coral goby

Warthead goby

Emerald coral goby

Seychelle's wormfish

Paragunnellichthys springeri

Parahypsos piersoni

Multicolorfin rainbowfish

Dara

Camotillo

Goldspotted sand bass

Southern rock bass

Rock sea bass - The Kelp Bass , sometimes referred to as the Calico Bass , is a species of marine fish found in the north-eastern Pacific Ocean from Baja California, Mexico, to Washington, USA

Meo Viejo - The meo viejo is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.

Peruvian rock seabass

Parrot sand bass

Sea bass

Sand bass

Paralabrax semifasciatus

Paralipophrys trigloides

Banded croaker

Suco croaker

Goode croaker

Peruvian banded croaker

Peters' banded croaker

Bearded banded croaker

Ambon rockskipper

Western Ghat glassy perchlet

Paranebris bauchotae

Paranotothenia dewitti

Maori cod - Paranotothenia magellanica, the Maori cod, is also known as Magellanic rockcod, blue notothenia or orange throat notothen.

Pacific creolefish

Whitespot sandsmelt

Barred grubfish

Parapercis atlantica

Yellowbanded red weever

Parapercis australis

Parapercis banoni

Parapercis basimaculata

Redbanded weever - The redbanded weever, Parapercis binivirgata, is a sandperch of the family Pinguipedidae found around Australia and New Zealand at depths of between 50 and 150 m.

Parapercis biordinis

Latticed sandperch

Parapercis

Sandperch - It is exclusively found in New Zealand in shallow waters around the rocky coasts of up to the depth of 150 m, though it is far more common south of Cook Strait.

Cylindrical sandperch

Parapercis decemfasciata

Doublespot grubfish

Parapercis dockinsi

Parapercis elongata

Longfinned grubfish

Parapercis flavescens

Yellowlip grubfish

Parapercis fuscolineata

Yellow Weaver - The yellow weaver, Parapercis gilliesii, is a sandperch of the genus Parapercis found only around New Zealand.

Wavy grubfish

Parapercis kamoharai

Parapercis katoi

Y-barred Sandperch

Parapercis lineopunctata

Narrow barred grubfish

Harlequin sandperch

Parapercis maritzi

Blackdotted sand perch

Parapercis mimaseana

Double-stitch grubfish

Parapercis muronis

Parapercis natator

Parapercis okamurai

Parapercis ommatura

Parapercis pacifica

Parapercis phenax

Spotted grubfish

Spotted sandperch

Fourspined grubfish

Parapercis queenslandica

Spotted grubfish

Smallscale grubfish

Parapercis rufa

Schauinsland's sea perch

Grub fish

Sixstrap grubfish

Blackflag sandperch

Parapercis simulata

U-mark sandperch

Weeping sandsmelt

White-streaked grubfish

Parapercis striolata

Parapercis xanthogramma

Yellowbar sandperch

Paraplesiops sinclairi

Parapocryptes rictuosus

Parapocryptes serperaster

Dwarf paradise fish

Pygmy sweeper

Slender bullseye

Parapriacanthus marei

Pigmy sweeper

Parapristipoma macrops

African striped grunt

Chicken grunt

Scalemouth jobfish

Panama spadefish

Smooth dwarf monocle bream

Parascolopsis baranesi

Redfin dwarf monocle bream

Parascolopsis capitinis

Rosy monocle-bream

Unarmed dwarf monocle bream

Dwarf monocle bream

Slender dwarf monocle bream

Red-spot dwarf monocle bream

Long-rayed dwarf monocle bream

Tosa dwarf monocle bream

Scaly dwarf monocle bream

Bank bass

Parasphyraenops incisus

Black batfish

Paratrimma nigrimenta

Paratrimma urospila

Paratrypauchen microcephalus

Paraxenisthmus cerberusi

Paraxenisthmus springeri

Short boarfish

Hepburn's blenny

Parenchelyurus hyena

Fusco drum

Royal highhat

Odd highhat

Chubbuyu

Gungo highhat

Silverbelly

Peppered goby

Parioglossus dotui

Broadstripe dartfish

Parioglossus galzini - This tiny fish is found in shallow inshore waters.

Blackstripe dartfish

Parioglossus neocaledonicus

Naked dartfish

Blacktail dartfish

Philippine dartfish

Stripetail dartfish

Yellow dartfish

Parioglossus sinensis

Slimstripe dartfish

Banded dartfish

Yellowspotted boarfish

Boarfish - The giant boarfish or common boarfish or sowfish, Paristiopterus labiosus, is an armorhead of the genus Paristiopterus, found in the eastern Indian Ocean, around southern Australia, and New Zealand.

Parkraemeria ornata

Black scalyfin - The New Zealand black angelfish or the black scalyfin, Parma alboscapularis, is a damselfish of the family Pomacentridae, found around northeastern New Zealand to depths of a few metres, over shallow rocky reef areas.

Bicolor scalyfin

Kermadec scalyfin - The Kermadec scalyfin, Parma alboscapularis, is a damselfish of the genus Parma, found around New Zealand's Kermadec Islands to depths of between 3 and 20 m, over shallow rocky reef areas.

Mcculloch's scalyfin

White-ear scalyfin

Western scalyfin

Big-scale parma

Banded scalyfin

Girdled scalyfin

Victorian scalyfin

Parona leatherjacket

Parrella fusca

Darkblotch goby

Lucretia's goby

Parrella macropteryx

Doublestripe goby

Bicolor goatfish - Parupeneus barberinoides is a Goatfish from the Western Pacific.

Pointed goatfish

Yellow-threaded goatfish

Yellow striped goatfish

Whitesaddle goatfish

Doublebar goatfish

Blue kumu - May be up to 50cm long, has long barbels; the body is usually yellow with a bluish sheen to the dorsal part but there is a golden yellow variant.

Parupeneus diagonalis

Forssk

Cinnabar goatfish

Indian goatfish

Joe Louis

Parupeneus jansenii

Parupeneus louise

Longrayed goatfish

Pearly goatfish

Parupeneus moffitti

Common goatfish - Parupeneus barberinoides is a Goatfish from the Western Pacific.