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Plerogyra sinuosa
At night, the bubbles retract somewhat and the coral displays long sweeper tentacles, sometimes ...
Describer: (Dana 1846)
Ricordea florida
These mostly photosynthetic corals, which are approximately 2 to 3 inches (5 to 7.5 cm) in ...
Describer: Duchassaing & Michelotti 1860
Chelmon rostratus
Laterally compressed with a long snout, silvery white background with a series of beige bars ...
Describer: Linnaeus 1758
Paracanthurus hepatus
Highly laterally compressed.  Brilliant deep blue with yellow tail and pectorals, bold ...
Describer: Linnaeus 1766
Gobiodon histrio
Very large rounded head with laterally compressed body.  Light green background with ...
Describer: Valenciennes 1837
Plotosus lineatus
As the only coral reef catfish species, and an attractive and fascinating one at that, this ...
Describer: Thunberg, 1787
Gobioides broussonnetii
Very thin and eel-like, with dorsal and anal fins joined with the caudal.  Extremely small ...
Describer: Lacepede, 1800
Dascyllus trimaculatus
The bold markings of white spots on a jet black background coupled with an outgoing personality ...
Describer: Ruppel 1829
Dendrochirus brachypterus
Other than size, lionfish of this genus differ from Pterois spp. in having webbing almost to ...
Describer: Cuvier, 1829
Pseudochromis fridmani
Slender and extremely elongate.  Overall hot pink, with blue-violet overtones, especially ...
Describer: Klausewitz 1968
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