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FOM T 1111 Arothron nigropunctatus
A highly variable species, ranging from blue to grey to white to yellow, always with black ...
Describer: (BLOCH & SCHNEIDER 1801)
FOM T 0911 Echidna nebulosa
A silvery base with broken dark bands the length of the body, and yellow and black markings ...
Describer: (AHL 1789)
FOM T 0711 Halichoeres melanurus
Has the fusiform shape common to wrasses in this group—elongated and tapered at both ends. ...
Describer: (BLEEKER 1851)
FOM T 0511 Balistoides conspicillum
A verbal description of the coloration of this species cannot begin to convey its unusual ...
Describer: (BLOCH & SCHNEIDER 1801)
FOM T 0311 Gobiodon citrinus
Bright lemon yellow, with iridescent blue markings—lines on the head and one stripe under ...
Describer: (RÜPPELL 1838)
FOM T 0111 Chrysiptera parasema
The rich, velvety, dark indigo body is nicely contrasted by the bright yellow in the caudal ...
Describer: (FOWLER 1918)
FOM T 1110 Pterois volitans
The bold striping and elaborate finnage of a lionfish is recognized even by non-aquarists. The ...
Describer: Linnaeus 1758
IOM T 10101 Hymenocera picta
These shrimp can do well in reef systems provided you are willing to meet their unique dietary ...
Describer: DANA 1852
IOM T 0910 Phyllidia varicosa
Although often found for sale, this month’s species is an animal that probably no one can ...
Describer: LAMARCK 1801
FOM T 0910 Arothron meleagris
Like several related species, this puffer occurs in various natural color morphs. The most ...
Describer: (LACEPÈDE 1798)
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