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.
Chained moray - Echidna catenata, or the chain moray, is a moray eel from the Western Atlantic.
Snowflake moray - The snowflake moray eel is a very commonly kept saltwater eel.
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.
Hookjaw moray - Like other members of the genus, the Hookjaw sports curved jaws and rows of large, glass-like teeth.
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.
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.
Zebra moray - The zebra moray, Gymnomuraena zebra, is a species of moray eel, the only member of the genus Gymnomuraena.
Chestnut moray - The panamic green moray is found in the Pacific from the Gulf of California to Ecuador, including the Galapagos Islands.
Speckled moray - Gymnothorax is a genus of moray eels in the family Muraenidae.
Fimbriated moray - It is pale green-yellow in color with black spots on its face and can reach a max length of 80 cm.
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.
Dwarf moray - Gymnothorax melatremus is a Moray Eel from the Indo-Pacific.
Bastard eel - Gymnothorax miliaris, the Goldentail moray, is a Moray Eel from the Western Atlantic.
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.
Yellow-mouth eel - Gymnothorax nudivomer is a Moray Eel from the Indo-Pacific.
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.
Peppered moray - The species is pale and has purplish specklings.
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.
Mottled moray - The Australian mottled moray , and mottled moray , Gymnothorax prionodon, is a moray eel of the family Muraenidae, found at depths down to 80 m.
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.
Mediterranean moray - The Mediterranean moray has an elongated, eel-like body and can reach a length of 1.
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.
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.
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.
Slender giant moray - The slender giant moray or gangetic moray, Strophidon sathete, is the longest member of the family of moray eels.
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
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Smallscale lizardfish - The California lizardfish is a lizardfish primarily inhabiting the Californian coast.
Offshore lizardfish - The offshore lizardfish, Synodus poeyi, is a type of lizardfish or Synodontidae that occurs chiefly in the Western Atlantic
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.
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.
Barred longtom - Although they have no spine, they do have several soft rays.
Balao halfbeak - The Halfbeak balao is similar in appearance to its relative, the Ballyhoo .
Pineapplefish - The pineapplefish is native to coastal waters off Queensland, New South Wales, and Western Australia.
Pineconefish - Illustration of a pineconefish, with the anatomy of the skull exposed.
Bastard soldierfish - Myripristis jacobus is a Soldierfish from the Western Atlantic.
Crown squirrelfish - Crowned squirrelfish are commonly found on reefs of the Indo-Pacific, from East Africa to Tahiti.
Red squirrelfish - Sargocentron tiere is a Squirrelfish from the Indo-Pacific.
Hawaiian squirrelfish - Sargocentron xantherythrum is a Squirrelfish from the Central Eastern Pacific.
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.
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.
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.
New Caledonia cat shark - The New Caledonia catshark is a rare and vulnerable inshore catshark found around coral reefs.
Blacknose shark - * ambiguous synonym
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
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
Caribbean reef shark - The Caribbean reef shark, Carcharhinus perezi is a species of requiem shark, family Carcharhinidae.
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.
Draughtsboard shark - The draughtsboard shark is a species of catshark, family Scyliorhinidae, so named for its "checkerboard" color pattern of dark blotches.
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.
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.
Requiem shark - The lemon shark, Negaprion brevirostris, is a shark belonging to the family Carcharhinidae that can grow 10 feet long.
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.
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.
Bonnet hammerhead - Characterized by a broad, smooth, spade-like head, they have the smallest cephalofoil of all Sphyrna.
Anchovy - Anchoa lyolepis is a species of fish in the Engraulidae family.
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.
Atlantic thread herring - It has a dark blue-gray back, silvery sides, a white belly and a small head.
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.
Short dragonfish - The little dragonfish or short dragonfish is a species of fish in the Pegasidae family.
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 .
Galapagos bullhead shark - Reproduction is oviparous.
Warty frogfish - Antennarius maculatus is a Frogfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
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.
Spiny batfish - They live on the bottom, covered in sand.
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.
Gal - Batfish are not good swimmers; they use their pectoral fins to "walk" on the ocean floor.
Roughback batfish - Ogcocephalus parvus, the roughback batfish, is a species of fish in the Ogcocephalidae family.
Longnose batfish - It lives on the ocean-floor, covered in sand.
Worm pearlfish - Encheliophis vermicularis is a pearlfish species in the genus Encheliophis.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Wards wobbegong - Northern wobbegongs are excellent aquarium sharks due to their small adult size.
Collared carpet 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.
Green damselfish - "ZipCode Zoo".
Black-tail sergeant - "ZipCode Zoo".
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.
Five finger - The Indo-Pacific sergeant is found from the Red Sea to South Africa, as far as Southeast Australia and South Japan.
Roughhead blenny - The roughhead blenny, Acanthemblemaria aspera, is a member of the blenny family native to the tropical Western Atlantic Ocean.
Spinyhead blenny - A.
Yellowbanded perch - The yellowbanded perch, Acanthistius cinctus, is a large marine fish of the grouper family, found around eastern Australia.
Spiny chromis - Acanthochromis polyacanthus is a Chromis from the Western Pacific.
Acanthoclinus matti - Acanthoclinus matti is a longfin of the family Plesiopidae, found only in New Zealand at depths of up to 17 m.
Scale-rayed wrasse - Acantholabrus is a genus of wrasse in the Labridae family.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Brown surgeonfish - Acanthurus nigrofuscus or the Brown surgeonfish is a tang from the Indo-Pacific.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Grannyfish - Amblycirrhitus pinos, commonly called the redspotted hawkfish, is a Hawkfish from the Western Atlantic.
Golden damsel - Amblyglyphidodon aureus is a Damselfish from the Western Pacific.
Amblyglyphidodon indicus - Up to 8.
Hector's goby - It grows to a size of 8.
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.
Barrier reef anemonefish - Adults are an orange-brown color with two white bars with black edging encircling the body.
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.
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.
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.
Yellowfinned anemonefish - The saddleback clownfish can be found in the eastern parts of the Indian and the Western parts of the Pacific oceans.
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.
Three-band anemonefish - Like many other clownfish, three-band anemonefish can be aggressive as they grow.
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.
Atlantic porkfish - The Porkfish, Anisotremus virginicus is a Grunt from the Western Atlantic.
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.
Longtooth cardinalfish - Apogon affinis is a species of fish in the Apogonidae family.
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.
Ochre-striped cardinalfish - Apogon compressus, commonly called the ochre-striped cardinalfish, is a Cardinalfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Cardinal fish - Apogon imberbis, commonly known as cardinalfish or king of the mullets, is a species in the family of Apogonidae .
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.
Blackstripe cardinalfish - Apogon nigrofasciatus, commonly called Blackstripe Cardinalfish, is a Cardinalfish from the Indo-Pacific.
Twospot cardinalfish - Apogon pseudomaculatus is a species of fish in the Apogonidae family.
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.
Griffis angelfish - Apolemichthys griffisi is a marine angelfish from the Pacific Ocean.
Yellowtail angelfish - Apolemichthys xanthurus is a marine angelfish from the Western Indian Ocean.
Blackbelted cardinalfish - Archamia zosterophora is a Cardinalfish from the Western Pacific.
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.
Yellow devilfish - Assessor flavissimus is a fish from the Western CentralPacific.
Blue devilfish - Assessor macneilli is a fish from the Southwest Atlantic Ocean.
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.
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.
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.
Galapagos damsel - The Galapagos damsel reached a length of 15 cm.
Barred hogfish - Barred hogfish, scientific name: Bodianus scrofa is a species of fish under the Bodianus genus.
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.
Dhon noo mas - Caesio xanthonota is a Fusilier from the Indian Ocean.
Blue bone porgy - Credit for describing the Jolthead porgy goes to Marcus Elieser Bloch and Johann Gottlob Schneider.
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
Coral dragonet - The lancer 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.
Delicate dragonet - Delicate dragonet 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.
Callionymus flavus - Callionymus flavus 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.
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.
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.
Barcheek trevally - The barcheek trevally is classified within the genus Carangoides, a group of fish commonly called 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.
Blacktip trevally - The blacktip trevally is classified within the genus Caranx, one of a number of groups known as the jacks or trevallies.
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 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.
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.
Seargent fish - One of the largest snooks, C.
Black seabass - It inhabits the coasts from Maine to NE Florida and the eastern Gulf of Mexico.
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.
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.
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.
Lemonpeel angelfish - In aquaria, it is suitable for fish only tanks.
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.
Russet angelfish - Centropyge potteri is a marine angelfish from the Eastern Central Pacific Ocean.
Resplendent angelfish - Cherubfish
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.
Bluespot rockcod - The Vermillion seabass, also known as the Coral Hind is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.
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.
Orange-red pigmy grouper - Cephalopholis spiloparaea is a grouper from the Indo-Pacific Ocean.
Banded-tail coral-cod - Cephalopholis urodeta is a grouper fish from the Indo-Pacific Ocean.
Bicolour parrotfish - Cetoscarus bicolor, the bicolour parrotfish, is a species of fish from reefs in the Indo-Pacific.
Atlantic spadefish - Due to their reputation as strong fighters, they are popular game fish, especially during the summer months when they are most active.
Philippine butterflyfish - It grows to a maximum length of 20 cm .
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.
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 .
Indian vagabond butterflyfish - The Indian Vagabond Butterflyfish, Chaetodon decussatus, is a species of 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.
Peppered butterflyfish - This is one of the members of the subgenus Exornator.
Sunburst butterflyfish - The Sunburst Butterflyfish is also known as the Black-lipped Butterflyfish or Klein's Butterflyfish.
Line butterflyfish - Lined butterflyfish may grow up to 30 cm long, which among Chaetodon is matched only by the Saddle 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.
Atoll butterflyfish - It grows to a maximum of 12.
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.
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.
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.
Dotted butterflyfish - It grows to a maximum of 26 cm long.
Bluecheek butterflyfish - Its length is up to 23 cm .
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.
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 .
Goldheaded butterflyfish - Found in the Indian Ocean from East Africa to Sri Lanka and the Maldives.
Bluespotted angelfish - Chaetodontoplus caeruleopunctatus is a marine angelfish from the Western-Pacific ocean.
Scribbled angelfish - Chaetodontoplus duboulayi is a marine angelfish from the Indo-West Pacific ocean.
Redbreast wrasse - The redbreast wrasse inhabit reefs across the Indian and Pacific oceans.
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 .
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.
Coralfish - This species of fish is a popular aquarium fish which is harvested largely in southern Australia.
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.
Harlequin tuskfish - It grows to a size of 30 cm in length.
Green wrasse - It is commonly caught by Cantonese fishers.
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.
Ambon chromis - Chromis amboinensis is a Chromis from the Western Pacific.
Black-axil chromis - This fish is often confused with Chromis viridis.
Shortsnout Chromis - The fish is around 6cm long, 1.
Blue chromis - A small marine fish that reaches 15 cm in length.
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.
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.
Half and half chromis - Chromis maculatus is a Chromis from the Pacific Ocean.
Limbaugh's damselfish - Chromis limbaughi is a Chromis from the Eastern Central Pacific.
Lined chromis - Chromis lineata is a Chromis from the Indo-Pacific.
Black-bar chromis - Chromis retrofasciata is a Chromis from the Western Pacific Ocean.
Blue-green chromis - It is sometimes called "Blue-green Chromis", but that may also mean C.
Black chromis - Chromis xanthura is a Chromis from the Pacific Ocean.
Cornflower sargeantmajor - A small marine fish that reaches two inches in length.
Canary demoiselle - Chrysiptera galba is a Damselfish from the Western Pacific.
Azure demoiselle - Chrysiptera hemicyanea, also known as Azure Damselfish or half-blue damselfish is a popular saltwater aquarium fish from the Indo-Pacific.
Goldtail demoiselle - Chrysiptera parasema
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.
Threeband demoiselle - Chrysiptera tricincta is a Damselfish from the Western Pacific.
Yellow hawkfish - Cirrhitichthys aureus is a Hawkfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Dwarf hawkfish - The spotted hawkfish can reach a maximum length of 7cm.
Coral hawkfish - Cirrhitichthys oxycephalus is a Hawkfish from the Indo-Pacific.
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.
Red-streaked blenny - Cirripectes stigmaticus is a Blenny from the Indo-Pacific.
Carpet eel-blenny - Congrogadus subducens is a Dottyback from the Indo-West Pacific.
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.
Panther fish - The Panther Grouper is commonly kept in marine aquariums.
Triplespot blenny - Crossosalarias macrospilus is a Blenny from the Western Pacific.
Yellow-prawn goby - It appears in the Wii game Endless Ocean.
Leptocephalus prawn-goby - Cryptocentrus leptocephalus, commonly called Pinkspotted Shrimp Goby, is a Goby from the Western Pacific.
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.
Tangaroa - It is frequently found living in a symbiotic relationship with shrimp.
Goldsinny-wrasse - The goldsinny has a reddish brown upper body with a paler belly.
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.
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.
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.
Galjoen - It is the national fish of South Africa.
Honey-head damsel - Dischistodus prosopotaenia is a Damselfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
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.
Red Sea mimic blenny - Ecsenius gravieri is a Blenny from the Western Indian Ocean.
Linear blenny - Picture: http://seafishes.
Persian blenny - It grows to a size of 13cm in length.
Black comb-tooth - Ecsenius namiyei is a Blenny from the Western Pacific.
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.
Neon goby - Elacatinus is a genus of marine gobies, often known collectively as the neon gobies.
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.
Sailfin blenny - Emblemaria pandionis is a Blenny from the Western Atlantic Ocean.
John moriggle - Bonnetmouths are similar to the only other member of its family, the Boga, or Inermia vittata.
Bastard dory - It is native to reefs in the Indian and western Pacific Oceans, and to the coastal waters of Australia.
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.
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.
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.
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 .
Giant grouper - This giant fish is similar to an Estuary Cod and colour changes with age.
Duskey grouper - The Dusky Grouper is the best known grouper of the Mediterranean Sea and North Africa coast.
Deer grouper - The red grouper is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.
Camouflage grouper - The camouflage grouper is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.
Nassau grouper - The Nassau grouper is a U.
Potato cod - The potato cod, Epinephelus tukula is an endangered, native fish in Australian and surrounding waters.
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.
Eviota hoesei - Like most members of its genus, this is a tiny fish, the standard length never exceeding 20 mm.
Eviota readerae - Like most members of its genus, this is a tiny fish, the standard length never exceeding 18 mm.
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.
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.
Longnose butterfly fish - Forcipiger flavissimus is a species of butterflyfish in the genus Forcipiger.
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.
Ornate angelfish - They are a mid-sized angelfish reaching a maximum of 7in/18cm at adulthood.
Blackedged angelfish - Other Scientific Name: Holacanthus watanabei.
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.
Broad-barred goby - More rarely, it is confused with Green clown goby, a synonyme of Gobiodon atrangulatus.
Okinawa goby - G.
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.
Brazilian basslet - Gramma brasiliensis is a Basslet from the Southwest Atlantic Ocean.
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.
Sixline soapfish - This soapfish shows a characteristic striped pattern.
Curious wormfish - This fish is easily harmed, and can be eaten by even the smallest predators.
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.
Caesar grunt - The Caesar grunt is a Caribbean fish in the family Haemulidae.
Slippery dick - The slippery dick has three color phases.
Checkerboard wrasse - Red Sea to South Africa, north to southern Japan, south to the southern Great Barrier Reef.
Puddingwife wrasse - Sport Fish of the Gulf of Mexico
Tropical striped triplefin - It is red with white stripes running the length of its body and white spots between the eyes.
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.
Balarton - Heteropriacanthus cruentatus is a fish from the around the globe, in tropical seas.
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.
Redback sand tilefish - Hoplolatilus marcosi, commonly called the red-lined tilefish, is a Tilefish from the Western Central Pacific.
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.
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.
Garibaldi damselfish - This is the official marine state fish of California and is protected in California coastal waters.
Bonnetmouth - The Boga is a spindle-shaped fish.
Fire-tail devil - Labracinus cyclophthalmus is a Pseudochromis from the Western Pacific.
Bluestreak cleaner wrasse - Cleaner wrasses usually can be found around so-called cleaning stations.
Ballan wrasse - It is popular as a food fish in the Orkney Islands and in Galway.
Red wrasse - Labrus mixtus is a medium size wrasse living in rocky areas in Atlantic waters.
African red snapper - African red snapper is a species of fish in the Lutjanidae family.
Snapper - The mutton snapper is a species of fish.
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.
Two-spot red snapper - The Two-spot red snapper is a species that belongs to the genus of Lutjanus.
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.
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.
Black pargue - Its color is typically greyish red, but it can change color from bright red to copper red.
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.
Emperor red snapper - Lutjanus sebae is a Snapper from the Indo-West Pacific.
Lane snapper - Juveniles are found inshore over grass beds or shallow reefs.
Flagfin prawn goby - 8.
Diamond blenny - Malacoctenus boehlkei is a Blenny from the Western Central Pacific.
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.
Bundoon blenny - Meiacanthus bundoon is a Blenny from the Pacific Ocean.
Blackline fangblenny - Meiacanthus nigrolineatus is a Blenny from the Western Indian Ocean.
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.
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.
Black gouper - The black grouper is a large marine fish, growing up to 150 centimetres in length and 100 kilograms in weight.
Gag grouper - Ten- to twenty-pound fish are common.
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.
Whitemargin unicornfish - It is brown in color and has a distinguishing "nasal" protrusion.
Spotted unicornfish - The Spotted unicornfish is a type of Unicornfish found in the Indian and Pacific oceans.
Naso - It is brown in color and has a distinguishing "nasal" protrusion.
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.
Pilot-fish - The pilot fish congregates around sharks, rays, and sea turtles, where it eats ectoparasites on and leftovers around the host species;
Western footballer - Neatypus obliquus, the sole species in genus Neatypus, is a marine fish that is endemic to southern reefs of Australia.
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.
Fire goby - This fish is most commonly found near the substrate of the upper reef in tropical marine waters.
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.
Yellowtail demoiselle - Neopomacentrus azysron is a Damselfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
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.
Yellow-saddled wrasse - The New Zealand banded wrasse is the largest wrasse in New Zealand waters.
Green wrasse - The green wrasse, Notolabrus inscriptus, is a wrasse of the genus Notolabrus.
Rockmover wrasse - The Rockmover Wrasse is a colorful fish, 27–30 cm in length.
Oblique-swimming triplefin - Its length is between 5 and 8 cm.
Yellowtail snapper - In certain reefs, most notably in the Florida Keys, this beautifully colored fish is commonly spotted among divers and snorkelers.
Multicolored dottyback - Ogilbyina novaehollandiae is a Pseudochromis from the Western Central Pacific.
Jack - Leatherjack may also refer to the smooth leatherjacket, a member of the Monacanthidae family.
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.
Bartail jawfish - The bartail jawfish , also called phantom jawfish, is a species of fish in the Opistognathidae family.
Striped beakfish - While old, the fish is distinguished by alternating stripes or bars of light and dark grey, hence the common names.
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.
Palette surgeonfish - Paracanthurus hepatus has a royal blue body, yellow tail, and black 'palette' design.
Arc-eye hawkfish - Paracirrhites arcatus is a Hawkfish from the Indo-Pacific.
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 xanthus - Paracirrhites xanthus is a Hawkfish from the Eastern Central Pacific.
Meo Viejo - The meo viejo is a species of fish in the Serranidae family.
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.
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.
Bicolor goatfish - Parupeneus barberinoides is a Goatfish from the Western Pacific.
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.
Common goatfish - Parupeneus barberinoides is a Goatfish from the Western Pacific.
Bigeye - New Zealand bigeye, Pempheris adspersa, is a sweeper of the genus Pempheris, found around New Zealand to depths of about 100 metres, in reef areas of broken rock containing suitable caves and overhangs.
Convict blenny - Pholidichthys leucotaenia is a marine fish from the Western Central Pacific.
Diadem dottyback - This species is found in rich coral reefs in the western central Pacific Ocean, eastern Malay Peninsula, and western Philippine waters.
Royal dottyback - It can grow up to 6 cm in length.
Piano fangblenny - The mimic blenny or piano fangblenny, Plagiotremus tapeinosoma, is a blenny of the genus Plagiotremus, with a wide-spread Indo-Pacific distribution including New Zealand from depths of a few metres to about 20 m.
Tiera batfish - Platax teira is a fish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Two-stripe sweetlips - Plectorhinchus albovittatus is a Grunt from the Indo-West Pacific.
Harlequin sweetlips - Juveniles are brown with large white blotches and mimic the movement of a poisonous flatworm for defence against predators.
Ribboned sweetlips - Juveniles have black stripes and live alone on rubble slopes in deep water.
Oriental sweetlips - Juveniles are striped black.
Blacksaddled coraltrout - The blacksaddled coralgrouper, Plectropomus laevis, is a grouper from the Indo-Pacific that occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade.
Bass groper - The bass groper, Polyprion moeone, is a wreckfish of the genus Polyprion, found around southern Australia, and New Zealand, at depths of between 30 and 800 m on rocky reefs on the upper continental shelf.
Bluering angelfish - It is highly sought after and prized member of the Pomacanthus genus, composed of large marine angelfish.
Grey angelfish - The gray angelfish, Pomacanthus arcuatus, is a large angelfish of the family Pomacanthidae, found in the western Atlantic from New England to the vicinity of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and also the Bahamas, the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean, including the Antilles, at depths of between 2 and 30 m.
Arabian angelfish - The Arabian Angelfish is a fish well known for its use in saltwater aquariums, even though it tends to be a shyer specimen compared to the other, sometimes aggressive, angelfish.
Angel fish - Juveniles are dark blue with electric blue and white rings; adults have yellow and blue stripes, with black around the eyes.
Yellowbar angelfish - The maculosus angelfish grows to a size of 50cm in length.
Majestic angelfish - Blue-girdled angelfish, Pomacanthus navarchus is a marine angelfish from the Indo-Pacific ocean.
French angelfish - The French angelfish is common in shallow reefs, occurs usually in pairs often near sea fans.
Sixbar angelfish - Despite being very sought after by many aquarists, the sixbar angelfish is very difficult to care for.
Cortez angelfish - Pomacanthus zonipectus is a marine angelfish from the Eastern Pacific.
Ambon damsel - Pomacentrus amboinensis is a Damselfish from the Western Pacific.
Goldbelly damsel - Pomacentrus auriventris is a Damselfish from the Western Central Pacific.
Speckled damselfish - Pomacentrus bankanensis is a Damselfish from the Western Pacific.
Caerulean damsel - Pomacentrus caeruleus is a Damselfish from the Western Indian Ocean.
Neon damsel - The neon damselfish, pomacentrus coelestis is a Damselfish from the Indo-Pacific.
Blackmargined damsel - Pomacentrus nigromarginatus is a Damselfish from the Western Pacific.
Smith's damsel - Pomacentrus smithi is a Damselfish from the Western Central Pacific.
Spinecheek anemonefish - The stripes across the body are normally white, but they are yellow in the taxon epigrammata.
Yellowspotted sawtail - The yellowspotted sawtail, Prionurus maculatus, is a tang of the family Acanthuridae, found in the southwest Pacific Ocean.
Popeye catalufa - Pristigenys serrula is a fish from the Eastern Pacific.
Butterbun - The longsnout butterflyfish, Prognathodes aculeatus, is a species of butterflyfish found in tropical atlantic waters.
Bank butterflyfish - It is a silver–white-colored fish with yellow on all fins except the pectoral fins.
Waigieu seaperch - Reaching a maximum overall length of 47 cm , P.
Bartlett's anthias - Pseudanthias bartlettorum is a Pseudanthias fish from the Pacific Ocean.
Bicolor anthias - Pseudanthias bicolor is a Pseudanthias fish from the Indo-Pacific Ocean.
Two-spot basslet - They are a medium-sized anthias reaching a maximum of 5in/12cm at adulthood.
Red-bar anthias - Pseudanthias cooperi is a Pseudanthias fish from the Indo-Pacific Ocean that occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade.
Orangehead anthias - Pseudanthias heemstrai is a Pseudanthias fish from the Western Indian Ocean.
Red-cheeked fairy basslet - Pseudanthias huchtii is a Pseudanthias fish from the Western Central Pacific Ocean.
Stocky anthias - Pseudanthias hypselosoma is a Pseudanthias fish from the Indo-Pacific Ocean.
Sunset anthias - Pseudanthias parvirostris is a Pseudanthias fish from the Indo-West Pacific Ocean.
Square-spot fairy basslet - Pseudanthias pleurotaenia is a Pseudanthias fish from the Pacific Ocean that is also known as the squarespot anthias or pink square anthias.
Red-belted anthias - Pseudanthias rubrizonatus is a Pseudanthias fish from the Western Pacific Ocean.
Sea goldie - The sea goldie is found in the western Indian Ocean including the Red Sea, and in the Pacific Ocean as far east as Japan and southeast Australia.
Underjaw kingfish - In New Zealand, this trevally is known by the Māori as araara, and is generally confined to waters north of Cook Strait, although it sometimes reaches as far south as Otago in the summer.
Double-striped dottyback - List of marine aquarium fish species
Surge dottyback - Pseudochromis cyanotaenia is a Pseudochromis from the Western Pacific.
Floppy-tail dottyback - Pseudochromis elongatus is a Pseudochromis from the Western Pacific.
Firetail dottyback - List of marine aquarium fish species
Sunrise dottyback - Pseudochromis flavivertex is a Pseudochromis from the Western Indian Ocean.
Orchid dottyback - A small fish that reaches three inches in length.
Brown dottyback - Pseudochromis fuscus is a Pseudochromis from the Indo-Pacific.
Striped dottyback - Pseudochromis sankeyi is a Pseudochromis from the Western Indian Ocean.
Splendid dottyback - Pseudochromis splendens is a Pseudochromis from the Indo-WestPacific.
Blue-striped dottyback - A small marine fish that reaches two inches in length.
Lyretail dottyback - A small marine fish that reaches five inches in length.
Long green wrasse - The long green wrasse, Pseudojuloides elongatus, is a wrasse of the genus Pseudojuloides, found in Japan, New South Wales and Western Australia in Australia, and the Poor Knights Islands off the east coast of Northland in New Zealand, in weedy reef areas at depths of between 10 and 30 m.
Fleckfin dottyback - This rather variable but always brilliantly coloured species shares with Pseudoplesiops collare a higher number of precaudal vertebrae than other members of the genus and differs markedly from that species in colour, having prominent blue spots at the base of the dorsal and anal fins.
Blackfin dartfish - Ptereleotris evides is a Dartfish from the Indo-Pacific.
Blue hana goby - Ptereleotris hanae is a Dartfish from the Pacific.
Chinese zebra goby - The Zebra goby, or Ptereleotris zebra, is a Dartfish from the Pacific.
Bluebanded angelfish - Although it is frequently exported through the aquarium trade it rarely survives in the aquarium.
Black king fish - Attaining a maximum length of 2 metres and maximum weight of 68 kilograms , cobia have elongate fusiform bodies and broad, flattened heads.
Segmented blenny - Salarias segmentatus is a Blenny from the Western Central Pacific.
Blue rainbow - The rainbow parrotfish can be found on coral reefs at depths of 3 to 25 meters.
Schindler's fish - Schindleria, is a genus of marine fish.
Yellowfin spinecheek - The two-lined monocle bream can reach a maximum length of 23cm.
Log - The king mackerel is a medium sized fish, typically encountered from 5-30 pounds, but is known to exceed 90 pounds.
Painted mackerel - The Cero reaches larger sizes than the Spanish, often 10 lb or more, but those over 30 lb are extremely rare.
Silver sweep - The silver sweep, Scorpis lineolata, is a sweep of the genus Scorpis, found around eastern Australia and northern New Zealand to depths of about 30 m, over reef areas and off headlands.
California sheephead - The sheephead can reach a size of 91 cm and a weight of 16 kg.
Pacific amberjack - Achille Valenciennes, and Georges Cuvier have both been credited by various sources with describing the Almaco jack in 1833 even though Cuvier died in 1832.
Chalk bass - A fish from the Western Atlantic that occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade.
Magnificent rabbitfish - Siganus magnificus is a Rabbitfish from the Eastern Indian Ocean.
Masked spinefoot - The body is yellow-orange dorsally grading through pale blue to white below.
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Bicolored foxface - Siganus uspi is a Rabbitfish from the Western Pacific.
Parrotfish - It breeds during the summer, from July to September.
Pajama cardinalfish - A hardy and peaceful fish that can live many years in a marine aquarium.
Orbiculate cardinalfish - In the Orbiculate cardinalfish, males incubate the eggs in their mouth until they hatch.
Barra - The great barracuda is a species of barracuda.
Northern barracuda - Like other members of the Sphyraenidae family, Northern sennet have elongated bodies, pike-like heads, and large jaws.
Yellowtail barracuda - Body has two brown or brownish yellow longitudinal stripes which may disappear in old specimens; caudal fin yellowish.
Little barracuda - Southern sennet, like other members of the Sphyraenidae family, possess elongated bodies, pike-like heads, and large jaws.
Honey damselfish - Stegastes diencaeus is a Damselfish from the Western Atlantic.
Coral sea gregory - The Coral Sea gregory, Stegastes gascoynei, is a damselfish of the family Pomacentridae in the western Pacific Ocean at depths of between 1 and 30 m.
Threespot damselfish - Stegastes planifrons is a Damselfish from the Western Atlantic.
Yellow demoiselle - Adults feed mainly on benthic algae but also on sponges, ascidiacea and anemones while juvenile feed on invertebrates such as harpacticoid copepods and nemerteans.
Filament-finned prawn-goby - Adult fish can grow up to two inches in length, with the striking pointed dorsal fin becoming more raised and pronounced in adulthood.
Rainbow slender wrasse - The rainbow slender wrasse, Suezichthys arquatus, is a wrasse of the genus Suezichthys, found in New Caledonia, New South Wales in Australia, Norfolk Island, Lord Howe Island, the Kermadec Islands, and the north east coast of New Zealand, in reef areas at depths of between 5 and 100 m.
Crimson cleaner fish - The crimson cleaner fish, Suezichthys aylingi, is a wrasse of the genus Suezichthys, found in a few coastal localities of New South Wales in Australia, and north east New Zealand at depths of between 5 and 100 m.
Gilt-head - The corkwing wrasse is a coastal wrasse, a fish of European waters.
Ocellated wrasse - Main Ref:Quignard, J.
Blue-lined seabream - Symphorichthys spilurus is a Snapper from the Western Pacific.
Ocellated dragonet - Synchiropus ocellatus is a species of tropical marine fish in the Dragonet family.
Picturesque dragonet - Synchiropus picturatus is a Dragonet from the Indo-West Pacific.
Mandarinfish - The mandarinfish or mandarin dragonet , is a small, brightly-colored member of the dragonet family, which is popular in the saltwater aquarium trade.
Starry dragonet - Synchiropus stellatus is a Dragonet from the Indian Ocean.
Black-fish - Barlett wrote " is an Indian word, and may be found in Roger Williams' Key to the Indian Language.
Bluntheaded wrasse - Thalassoma amblycephalum, or the Blunt-headed wrasse, is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Blacktail wrasse - Thalassoma ballieui, or the Blacktail wrasse, is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Saddle-back wrasse - Thalassoma duperrey, or the Saddle wrasse, is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Red-cheek wrasse - Thalassoma genivittatum, or the Red-cheek wrasse , is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Sunset wrasse - Thalassoma grammaticum, or the Sunset wrasse, is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Sixbar wrasse - Thalassoma hardwicke, or the Six-bar wrasse, is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Thalassoma heiseri - Thalassoma heiseri is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Cortez rainbow wrasse - Thalassoma lucasanum, or the Cortez rainbow wrasse , is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Blue wrasse - Juveniles are blue on the lower half of the body.
Thalassoma newtoni - Thalassoma newtoni is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Noronha wrasse - Thalassoma norohanum, or the Noronha wrasse, is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Surge wrasse - Thalassoma purpureum, or the Surge wrasse, is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Thalassoma robertsoni - Thalassoma robertsoni is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Klunzinger's wrasse - Thalassoma rueppellii, or Klunzinger's wrasse, is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Greenfish - Thalassoma sanctahelenae, or the St.
Seven-banded wrasse - Thalassoma septemfasciata, or the Seven-banded wrasse, is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Emerald wrasse - Thalassoma virens, or the Emerald wrasse, is a species of fish in the Labridae family.
Banded archerfish - The name refers to Sagittarius the archer, because of the unusual method banded archerfish use to capture prey.
Gaff-topsail - Palometa are most recognized by their elongated dorsal and anal fins with dark anterior lobes .
Largemouth triplefin - The largemouth triplefin, Ucla xenogrammus, is a fish of the family Tripterygiidae and only member of the genus Ucla, found in the Pacific Ocean from Viet Nam, the Philippines, Palau and the Caroline Islands to Papua New Guinea, Australia , and the Solomon Islands, Fiji, Tonga, east to American Samoa and Rapa, at depths of between 2 and 41 m.
Moorish idol - It is said the moorish idol got its name from the Moors of Africa, who purportedly believe the fish to be a bringer of happiness.
Twotone tang - The Scopas Tang or Twotone Tang is a marine reef tang in the fish family Acanthuridae.
Yellowtail tang - The Purple Tang, Yellowtail Surgeonfish, or Yellowtail Tang is an ornamental marine fish belonging to the family Acanthuridae.
Sole - Occurs mainly in brackish or hyper-saline lagoons, or on sandy-muddy bottoms of estuaries as well as the littoral zone.
Flounder - The plate fish, Bothus lunatus, is a flounder of the genus Bothus, from the Western Atlantic.
Spotfin flounder - As its name suggests, the species can be recognised by dark spots on its fins.
Tiger sole - Soleichthys heterorhinos is a sole from the Eastern Indian Ocean and Western Pacific.
Bishop ray - The spotted eagle ray, Aetobatus narinari, Euphrasen , or bonnet ray, is a cartilaginous fish found in shallow coastal water by coral reefs and bays, in depths down to 80 meters .
Mottled eagle ray - The mottled eagle ray is a species of fish in the Myliobatidae family.
Zonetail butterfly ray - The zonetail butterfly ray is a species of fish in the Gymnuridae family.
Stingaree - Three to five pups are usually born per litter after a 5 month pregnancy .
Longtail stingray - The longtail stingray, Dasyatis longa , is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in the eastern Pacific Ocean from Baja California to Colombia.
Pink whipray - The pink whipray has a diamond-shaped pectoral fin disk with a very broad, characteristically blunt-tipped snout.
Mangrove whipray - The mangrove whipray, Himantura granulata, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.
Giant manta - Mantas have a variety of common names, including Atlantic manta, Pacific manta, devilfish, and just manta.
Devilray - The devilray, Japanese devilray, spinetail devilray, or spinetail mobula is a species of fish in the Mobulidae family.
Australian bull ray - It is found in the southern waters of Australia from Jurien Bay, Western Australia, around the southern coast and Tasmania and up the east coast as far as Moreton Bay, south Queensland.
Bluespotted stingray - The bluespotted stingray or Kuhl's stingray, Neotrygon kuhlii, is a species of stingray, family Dasyatidae.
Cowtail stingray - The cowtail stingray, Pastinachus sephen, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, widespread in the Indo-Pacific region and occasionally entering freshwater habitats.
Bowmouth guitarfish - The bowmouth guitarfish, mud skate, or shark ray, Rhina ancylostoma , is a species of ray related to guitarfishes and skates, and the sole member of the family Rhinidae.
Bluntnose guitarfish - The bluntnose guitarfish or fiddlefish is a species of fish in the Rhinobatidae family.
Pacific cownose ray - The golden cownose ray, hawkray, or pacific cownose ray is a species of fish in the Rhinopteridae family.
Bluespotted ribbontail ray - The bluespotted ribbontail ray is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae.
Blotched fantail ray - The blotched fantail ray is a member of Dasyatidae, the stingray family.
Maid - The yellow stingray, Urobatis jamaicensis, is a species of stingray in the family Urolophidae.
Porcupine ray - The porcupine ray, Urogymnus asperrimus, is a species of stingray in the family Dasyatidae, found in shallow coastal waters throughout the tropical Indo-Pacific and off West Africa.
Guitarfish - The banded guitarfish, mottled guitarfish, prickly skate, or striped guitarfish is a species of fish in the Rhinobatidae family.
Zapteryx xyster - The southern banded guitarfish is a species of fish in the Rhinobatidae family.
Crocodile fish - They are predatory bottom-dwelling fish, using their camouflage to ambush their prey.
Oriental flying gurnard - The oriental flying gurnard is up to 40 centimetres in length and is usually a grayish brown color with dark markings.
Flying gurnard - The flying gurnard, Dactylopterus volitans, is a fish of tropical to warm temperate waters on both sides of the Atlantic, found as far north as New Jersey and south as Brazil, and from the English Channel to Angola.
Hawaiian lionfish - Dendrochirus barberi is a lionfish from the Eastern Central Pacific.
Twospot turkeyfish - The Twospot turkeyfish, Twinspot lionfish, or Fu Manchu Lionfish, Dendrochirus biocellatus, is a lionfish species.
Shortfin turkeyfish - Dendrochirus brachypterus is a lionfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Zebra turkeyfish - It reaches a maximum 24 cm and inhabits tropical waters.
Bearded ghoul - Inimicus didactylus, also known as Demon Stinger or Devil Stinger, is a tropical fish.
Decoy scorpionfish - Iracundus signifer is a the only member of the genus Iracundus of marine fish.
Tentacled flathead - They are predatory bottom-dwelling fish, using their camouflage to ambush their prey.
Mozambique scorpionfish - Parascorpaena mossambica is a Scorpionfish from the Indo-Pacific.
Northern scorpionfish - Parascorpaena picta is a species of marine fish.
Bartailed flathead - The bartail flathead , also called Bar-Tailed Flathead, Bartail Blenny, Gobi, Indian Flathead, or Indo-Pacific Flathead, is the type species for the Platycephalus genus of fish.
Broadbarred firefish - Pterois antennata or Broadbarred firefish is a fish of the genus Pterois.
Devil firefish - Length up to 35 cm.
Frillfin turkeyfish - The Frillfin turkeyfish is a fish of the genus Pterois.
Radial firefish - It is the only lionfish species with blank spines.
Weedy scorpionfish - Rhinopias aphanes is a Scorpionfish from the Western Pacific.
Eschmeyer's scorpionfish - Rhinopias eschmeyeri is a Scorpionfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Red rock cod - The eastern red scorpionfish, grandfather hapuku, New Zealand scorpionfish, or New Zealand red rock cod, Scorpaena cardinalis, is a scorpionfish of the family Scorpaenidae, found in New Zealand and southern Australia.
Scorpaena sumptuosa - Scorpaena sumptuosa is also known as the Western red scorpionfish, or scorpioncod.
Flasher scorpionfish - Scorpaenopsis macrochir is a Scorpionfish from the Pacific.
Papuan scorpionfish - Scorpaenopsis papuensis is a Scorpionfish from the Pacific.
Yellowspotted scorpionfish - Sebastapistes cyanostigma is a Scorpionfish from the Indo-Pacific.
Starry rockfish - The body of the starry rockfish is elongate, robust, heavy forward tapering to the tail.
Greenie - The body of the yellowtail rockfish is elongate and compressed.
Black bass - The rockfish has a total of 8 weak head spines.
Vermilion rockfish - The body of the vermilion rockfish is moderately deep and compressed.
Priestfish - Blue rockfish have a relatively smooth and oval appearance compared to other members of Sebastes, with very few head spines.
China rockfish - The China rockfish has a distinctive appearance, with a dark blue or black body crossed by a patchy but obvious yellow stripe that extends from around the third dorsal spine down and then along the lateral line.
Banded rockfish - Scientists have dated some fish to be up to 166 years old.
Boccacio rockfish - Bocaccio can be found from Stepovak Bay, Alaska to central Baja California, but is mostly abundant from Oregon to northern Baja California.
Canary rockfish - As the name suggests, this rockfish is notable for a general orange-yellow appearance, consisting of a blotchy orange pattern over a whitish or light gray background.
Red cod - Yelloweye rockfish are prized for their meat, and were declared overfished in 2002, at which time a survey determined that their population, which had been in decline since the 1980s, was just 7-13% of numbers before commercial fishing of the species began.
Stonefish - Stonefish live primarily above the tropic of Capricorn: The reef stonefish is the most widespread species of the stonefishes family, and is known to be found in the shallow tropical marine waters of the Pacific and Indian oceans, ranging from the Red Sea to the Queensland Great Barrier Reef.
Leaf scorpionfish - Taenianotus triacanthus is a species of marine fish which is the sole member of the genus Taenianotus.
Hardhead - Hardhead catfish spawn during the early summer in estuarine and near-shore waters along the coast.
Black seacatfish - Galeichthys ater is a species of catfish of the family Ariidae.
Razorfish - The razorfish is generally found in coastal waters from the central Indian Ocean to the Red Sea to Hawaii.
Messmate pipefish - The Messmate pipefish , is a pipefish from the Indo-Pacific.
Ocellated pipefish - Ovoviviparous, the male carries the eggs in a brood pouch which is found under the tail.
Schultz's pipefish - Ovoviviparous, the male carries the eggs in a brood pouch which is found under the tail.
Ringed pipefish - The banded pipefish or ringed pipefish is a species of fish in the Syngnathidae family.
Janss' pipefish - Doryrhamphus janssi is a pipefish from the Western Central Pacific.
Bluespotted cornetfish - The bluespotted cornetfish, Fistularia commersonii, is a fish in the family Fistulariidae.
Barbour's seahorse - Barbour's seahorse is a species of seahorse.
Pygmy seahorse - This species is known to occur only on gorgonian corals of the genus Muricella, and has evolved to resemble its host.
Tiger tail seahorse - The tiger tail sea horse lives in Western Central Pacific: Malaysia, Singapore, Vietnam, and the Philippines.
Denise's pygmy seahorse - Hippocampus denise is tiny, growing only to a total length of 1.
Northern seahorse - Hippocampus erectus is a Seahorse from the Western Atlantic.
Pacific giant seahorse - The pacific seahorse, Hippocampus ingen , is one of the largest of the 34 known species of seahorses in the world, the pacific seahorse can reach up to 30 cm in length.
Bullneck seahorse - The bullneck seahorse is a species of fish in the Syngnathidae family.
Slender sea horse - According to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, "This slender seahorse grows to about seven inches long.
Hedgehog seahorse - The hedgehog seahorse is a species of fish in the Syngnathidae family.
Zebra seahorse - The zebra seahorse is a species of fish in the Syngnathidae family.
Leafy seadragon - Much like the seahorse, the leafy sea dragon's name is derived from its resemblance to another creature .
Common seadragon - Weedy sea dragons can reach 45 cm in length.
Harlequin ghost pipefish - The ornate ghost pipefish, Solenostomus paradoxus, is a pipefish of the family Solenostomidae found in the Western Pacific and the Indian ocean along reef edges prone to strong currents.
Horned pipefish - The alligator pipefish or double-ended pipefish is a species of fish in the Syngnathidae family.
Cowfish - Overall it is coloured blue-green to yellow cast.
Unicorn leatherjacket - The unicorn leatherjacket, Aluterus monoceros, is a filefish of the family Monacanthidae, found around the world in subtropical oceans between latitudes 43° N and 35° S, at depths down to 50 m.
Unicornfish - Mature specimen at Honolulu Harbor
Broom leatherjacket - The broom filefish is a harmless tropical reef fish from the Red Sea and the Indo-Pacific oceans, growing to a length of 20 cm.
Masked puffer - Red Sea only.
White-spotted puffer - The white-spotted puffer, Arothron hispidus, is a medium sized fish, light grey in color with small white spots.
Narrow-lined toadfish - Arothron immaculatus, or the immaculate puffer, is a pufferfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Narrow-lined puffer - Salinity: Saltwater PH: 7. Temperature: 74-80F Maximum Size: 12 inches Minimum Tank: 100 Gallons Activity: Hunter/seeker Lifespan: 10 years Breeding: Unknown Gender: No sexual dimorphism
Map puffer - It has an oval shape and the body is covered in small prickles.
Guineafowl puffer - Yellow form
Blackspotted puffer - It has a round shape with a head and snout which at times looks like a seal or a dog.
Gray triggerfish - It is also reported from the Mediterranean sea and off Angola on the west coast of Africa.
Ol'wife - It is a large fish that reaches 60cm in length.
Clown triggerfish - This species is a primarily marine species.
Titan triggerfish - Titan triggerfish feed on shellfish, urchins, crustaceans and coral.
Bennett's sharpnose puffer - Canthigaster bennetti is a Pufferfish from the Indo-Pacific.
Crowned puffer - Canthigaster coronata is a Pufferfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Canthigaster rapaensis - Canthigaster rapaensis is a species of fish in the Tetraodontidae family.
Valentinni's sharpnose puffer - It has four distinct black stripes on its back.
Prickly leatherjacket - Chaetodermis penicilligerus is a Filefish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Striped burrfish - It is distinguished from the porcupinefish by the shorter, less sharply pointed, and immovable spines which cover the somewhat spherical body.
Spotbase burrfish - Red Sea to South Africa and east to southern Japan, the Philippines, Australia and New Caledonia.
Globe fish - It is one of the smallest members of the porcupinefish family.
Manystriped blowfish - Feroxodon multistriatus is a genus of Tetraodontidae.
Trunkfish - The spotted trunkfish, like all trunkfish of the Genus Lactophrys, secretes a colorless ciguatera toxin from glands on its skin when touched.
Longhorn cowfish - Adults are reef fish, often solitary and territorial, live around sand or rubble bottom up to a depth of 50 m.
Indian triggerfish - The Indian triggerfish usually feed on hard-shelled mollusks and echinoderms but some feed on algae and zooplankton.
Black triggerfish - These are not to be confused with their cousins, the Indian Triggerfish or Black-finned Triggerfish , which are often mistaken as being black triggerfish within the trade.
Pink-tail trigger - The Pinktail triggerfish, Melichthys vidua, is a dark green triggerfish with translucent pinkish-white dorsal and tail fins.
Redtoothed triggerfish - The redtoothed triggerfish is a dark blue bodied fish, ranging up to 50 cm in length.
Yellow boxfish - As the name suggests, it is box shaped.
Reticulate boxfish - Ostracion solorensis is a Boxfish from the Western Pacific.
Harlequin filefish - The orange spotted filefish is pale blue with about eight longitudinal rows of orange-yellow patches.
Blacksaddle filefish - The blacksaddle filefish are found in pairs or in small schools and inhabit reefs across the Indian and Pacific oceans.
Hairfinned leatherjacket - Paramonacanthus japonicus is a Filefish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Fantail filefish - Pervagor spilosoma is a Filefish from the Eastern Pacific.
Yellowmargin triggerfish - These triggerfish can grow to a maximum length of 60 cm .
Yellow-spotted triggerfish - Tropical Indo-Pacific, Red Sea.
Strap-weed file-fish - Strap-weed filefish are often found in pairs and inhabit reefs across the Indian and Pacific oceans.
Blackbar triggerfish - The Hawaiian name for the fish, humuhumunukunukuāpua‘a , also spelled humuhumu-nukunuku-a-pua‘a or just humuhumu for short shares the same name with the Reef triggerfish, the state fish of Hawaii.
Picasso triggerfish - Red Sea to the Persian gulf only.
Wedge-tail triggerfish - The triggerfish's teeth are blue and they are set close together inside its relatively chubby mouth, it has a small second spine, which it can use to lock its main spine into an upright position.
Blackbelly triggerfish - Rhinecanthus verrucosus is a Triggerfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Guinean puffer - Guinean puffer, Sphoeroides marmoratus, is a species in the family Tetraodontidae, or pufferfishes.
Puffer - The checkered puffer, Sphoeroides testudineus, is a species in the family Tetraodontidae, or pufferfishes.
Bluethroat triggerfish - Sufflamen albicaudatum is a Triggerfish from the Western Indian Ocean.
Boomerang triggerfish - "Scythe" markings on the lei triggerfish contain pigments which may change hue from light yellow to dark brown depending on mood of the fish.
Halfmoon triggerfish - The Halfmoon triggerfish lives around seaward reefs and shallow lagoons.
Soft bellied puffer - It is native to the Indian and western Pacific Oceans.
Gilded triggerfish - Unlike most triggerfish, it is rarely aggressive towards other fish.
Blue-line triggerfish - Xanthichthys caeruleolineatus is a Triggerfish from the Indo-West Pacific.
Blue-throat trigger - Xanthichthys mento is a Triggerfish from the Western Pacific.
Ocellated electric ray - The bullseye electric ray or ocellated electric ray, Diplobatis ommata, is a species of numbfish, family Narcinidae, native to the eastern Pacific Ocean from Baja California to Ecuador.
Australian numbfish - The coffin ray, Hypnos monopterygius, is a species of small, unusually shaped electric ray endemic to Australia.
Blackspotted electric ray - The black-spotted torpedo, Torpedo fuscomaculata, is a poorly-known, uncommon species of electric ray in the family Torpedinidae, known for being capable of generating an electric shock.
Marbled electric ray - The Gulf torpedo is the most widespread of the electric rays in the western Indian Ocean, with a patchy range extending to South Africa, Somalia, the Red Sea, the Arabian Sea, the Persian Gulf, Sri Lanka, and the Andaman Sea.