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Doryichthys boaja (Bleeker, 1851) (Long-snouted pipefish)
Largest freshwater pipefish. Found in rivers and streams . Feeds on small crustaceans, worms and insects. Of little food value. Not seen in markets . Ovoviviparous . The male carries the eggs in a brood pouch which is found under the tail .
Amphiprion ocellaris Cuvier, 1830 (false clown anemonefish)
Scorpaena neglecta Temminck & Schlegel, 1843 (scorpionfish)
Found on the continental shelf.
Takifugu poecilonotus (Temminck & Schlegel, 1850) (Pufferfish)
Euryhaline . Occurs near shore on rock bottoms .
Amphiprion (Anemonefishes and Clownfishes)
Gymnothorax (common morays)
Trachyrhamphus bicoarctatus (Bleeker, 1857) (Double-ended pipefish)
Inhabits subtidal lagoon and seaward reefs, usually among algae or seagrasses . Most are seen on sand and mud areas, prone to currents; usually soft bottom to about 25 m . Ovoviviparous . The male carries the eggs in a brood pouch which is found under the tail .