Bleeker's parrotfish

A Bleeker's parrotfish in mucous cocoon (Chlorurus bleekeri) has surrounded itself with a scent-proof cocoon of secreted mucous to conceal it from feeding sharks. Nudibranchs (Chromodoris lochi and Halgerda malesso) slither across the reef in search of food such as tunicates. More

Common names

Aliyakyak in Tagalog
Aliyakyak in Visayan
Alulung in Tagbanwa Calamian
Angol in Bikol
Asul in Bikol
Bleeker's parrotfish in English
Bon-ak in Bikol
bubute in Fijian (vosa Vakaviti)
Bungalog in Visayan
Bunog na angol in Bikol
Busalog in Kuyunon
Buyos in Other
Debubuk in Kumak
Isdang loro in Tagalog
kakarawa in Fijian (vosa Vakaviti)
loro in English
loro in Tagalog
Luro in Tagalog
Lutiin in Tagalog
Malunaw in Tagbanwa Calamian
Maming in Bikol
Mol-mol in Cebuano
Mol-mol in Waray-waray
Molmol in Agutaynen
Mul-mul in Davawenyo
Mul-mul in Ilokano
Mul-mul in Tagalog
Mulmol in Tagalog
Perroquet joue blanche in French (français)
Red parrotfish in English
Yapot in Tagalog
白氏綠鸚嘴魚 in Mandarin Chinese
白氏绿鹦嘴鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
白氏鸚嘴魚 in Mandarin Chinese
白氏鹦嘴鱼 in Mandarin Chinese

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Original source: FishBase
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Order : Perciformes
Family : Scaridae
Genus : Chlorurus
Species : Scarus quoyi
Authority : De Beaufort, 1940