Speckled moray

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

The Speckled moray lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 3 - 36 m environment.

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 More

The Speckled Moray Eel or Griffins Moray Eel (Gymnothorax dovii) has a depth range of around 100 metres, Their length is between 40 and 200 centimetres. More

Speckled Moray: (Gymnothorax obesus) These one is dark brown in colour with smaller light spekles over the whole body. This species has a notably shorter and blunter head than the other four. More

and white speckled moray hiding under one of the many ledges of koko crater, coiled almost like a snake. I hadn’t seen a speckled moray that big since Kandavu island, outer island Fiji. quite big and beautiful, with a white body and black speckles all over it. More

* The speckled moray is strong and can perhaps not be trusted. . Begin your study of the sea at the Seafriends home page or our sitemap. Find more about the Poor Knights. More

Common names

finespotted moray in English
Moray in English
Morena in sp
Morena in Spanish (español)
Morena pintita in Spanish (español)
Morena puntofino in Spanish (español)
Muréna doveova in Czech (česky)
Murène maculée in French (français)
Speckled moray in English
多氏裸胸鱔 in Mandarin Chinese
多氏裸胸鳝 in Mandarin Chinese

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Order : Anguilliformes
Family : Muraenidae
Genus : Gymnothorax
Species : Gymnothorax dovii
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