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Stenella longirostris (Gray, 1828) (spinner dolphin)
Spinner dolphins move about the oceans in schools; groups that vary in size from just a few dolphins to over a thousand. They commonly school with other species such as pantropical spotted dolphins, or small toothed whale...
Gymnothorax flavimarginatus (Rüppell, 1830) (Yellow-edged moray)
Myrichthys colubrinus (Boddaert, 1781) (Harlequin snake-eel)
Adults occur in shallow sandy flats and seagrass beds . Benthic . Commonly seen hunting during the day .
Synanceia verrucosa Bloch & Schneider, 1801 (Stonefish)
Most widespread stonefish . Found on sandy or rubble areas of reef flats and shallow lagoons and in small pools during low tide well camouflaged among the substrate and sometimes even covered with algae . Solitary specie...
Pseudanthias squamipinnis (Peters, 1855) (Sea goldie)
Found above coral outcrops or patch reefs of clear lagoons, channels, or outer reef slopes. Form large aggregations. Feed on zooplankton . A protogynous hermaphrodite . Males are territorial and haremic . Color patter...
Pterois volitans (Linnaeus, 1758) (Red lionfish)
Sebastapistes cyanostigma (Bleeker, 1856) (Yellowspotted scorpionfish)
Found in reef crests with rich coral growth . Typically found among the branches of Pocillopora corals in surge areas of seaward reefs . Also observed between the branches of the fire coral Millepora and Styllophora (Eran Brokovich, pers. comm. 03/02).