Genus Enchelycore

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.


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

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.

Order : Anguilliformes
Family : Muraenidae
Genus : Enchelycore