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Cymbacephalus beauforti (Knapp, 1973) (Crocodile fish)
Lives on sand or rubble substrates of sheltered or semi-exposed reefs to a depth of at least 8 m . Well camouflaged on reefs .
Charax gibbosus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Glass headstander)
Found in lentic environment .
Pomacanthus imperator (Bloch, 1787) (Angel fish)
Juveniles are encountered under ledges, or in holes of outer lagoon patch reefs or semi-protected areas of exposed channels and outer reef flats. Subadults move to reef front holes and surge channels. Large adults inhabi...
Pomacanthus asfur (Forsskål, 1775) (Arabian angelfish)
Common around semi-protected inshore reefs with rich soft and hard coral growth, occasional patches of silt bottom. Very aggressive toward its own species, unless paired. Feeds mainly on sponges and tunicates . Minimum depth reported taken from Ref. 9710.
Genicanthus lamarck (Lacepède, 1802) (Blackstriped angelfish)
Inhabit shallow reef crests and deep reefs adjacent to steep slopes. Form aggregations to feed in midwater well above the bottom; harems of 3-7 individuals. Feeds on plankton. Frequently exported through the aquarium trade .
Amphiprion bicinctus Rüppell, 1830 (threebanded anemonefish)
Inhabits lagoons and outer reefs. Oviparous, with elliptical eggs . Monogamous . Has been reared in captivity . Associated with the anemones: Entacmaea quadricolor, Heteractis aurora, Heteractis crispa, Heteractis magnifica, and Stichodactyla gigantea .
Heteractis aurora (Quoy and Gaimard, 1833) (Beaded sea anemone)
Heniochus intermedius Steindachner, 1893 (Red Sea bannerfish)
Found on coral slopes Juveniles in large groups at base of reef, sometimes with H. diphreutes; adults usually solitary or paired, occasionally in groups . Feed on zooplankton and benthic invertebrates . Oviparous , monogamous . Form pairs during breeding .
Psammogobius biocellatus (Valenciennes, 1837) (Mangrove goby)
Inhabits intertidal areas, estuaries, lagoons and coastal rivers. Common in mangroves . Occasionally penetrates the lower reaches of freshwater streams .
Istigobius spence (Smith, 1947) (Pearl goby)
Occurs in turbid coastal areas near river mouths at less than 1 m to at least 12 m, Ref. 48637.
Gymnothorax flavimarginatus (Rüppell, 1830) (Yellow-edged moray)