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Myliobatis aquila (Linnaeus, 1758) (Common eagle ray)
Found in shallow lagoons , bays and estuaries; also offshore down to at least 95 m . Often found in groups . Feeds on benthic crustaceans, mollusks and fish. Ovoviviparous . Gestation period of 6-8 months, the females ...
Myliobatis tenuicaudatus Hector, 1877 (Eagle ray)
Occurs in bays, estuaries, and near rocky reefs . Usually solitary . Feeds on clams, oysters, worms, and crabs . Ovoviviparous . Although the spine on the tail is capable of inflicting a painful wound, the poison is quickly neutralized by immersion of the injured area in hot water .
Charax gibbosus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Glass headstander)
Found in lentic environment .
Moenkhausia oligolepis (Günther, 1864) (Glass tetra)
A gregarious species which prefers the counter current zones of small creeks. Omnivorous. It is very prolific and reproduction in the aquarium is very easy to carry out . Oviparous .
Centropristis ocyurus (Jordan and Evermann, 1887) (Sea bass)
Prefers hard bottoms at depths of about 55 m.
Pterois volitans (Linnaeus, 1758) (Red lionfish)
Chaetodon lunula (Lacepède, 1802) (Butterflyfish)
Chaetodon miliaris Quoy and Gaimard, 1825 (Millet butterflyfish)
Inhabit shallow reef flats . Benthopelagic . Form schools at midwater to feed on plankton and benthic invertebrates. Also on shallow seamounts. Oviparous. Form pairs during breeding .
Mugil cephalus Linnaeus, 1758 (Striped mullet)