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.

The Two-spot lizard fish lives in the reef-associated, marine, depth range 1 - 88 m , usually 1 - 10 m environment.

Nothing known about the Two-spot lizard fish

Common names

'Ulae in Hawaiian
'Ulae in Unknown
Anoli à deux taches in French (français)
Bubule in Tagalog
Jebak in Marshall
Jebak in Marshallese (Kajin M̧ajeļ)
Kalaso in Tagalog
Kolneus-akkedisvis in Afrikaans
lagarto dos manchas in Spanish (español)
Mo'o 'anae in Tahitian (Reo Mā`ohi)
Niten-eso in Japanese (日本語)
Peixe-banana de manchas in Portuguese (Português)
Spotnose lizardfish in English
Ta'oto in Samoan (gagana fa'a Samoa)
Tiki-tiki in Tagalog
Tiki-tiki in Unknown
Tiki-tiki in Visayan
Toplettet øglefisk in Danish (dansk)
Two-spot lizard fish in English
Twospot lizardfish in English
wutimate in Fijian (vosa Vakaviti)
吻斑狗母魚 in Mandarin Chinese
吻斑狗母魚 in Unknown
吻斑狗母鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
吻斑狗母鱼 in Unknown
狗母 in Mandarin Chinese
狗母 in Unknown

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Order : Aulopiformes
Family : Synodontidae
Genus : Synodus
Species : Synodus binotatus
Authority : Schultz, 1953