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Gymnothorax prasinus (Richardson, 1848) (Yellow moray)
Stays in holes and crevices. Feeds mainly on crabs and fish .
Gymnothorax isingteena (Richardson, 1845) (spotted moray)
Gobionellus oceanicus (Pallas, 1770) (Sharptail goby)
Found on shallow mud or mud-sand bottoms in turbid and generally brackish water near estuaries . Also encountered in weedy backwaters and hyper-saline waters .
Dasyatis pastinaca (Linnaeus, 1758) (Sting ray)
Found over sandy and muddy bottoms, sometimes in estuaries and near rocky reefs . Feed on bottom fishes, crustaceans and mollusks. Ovoviviparous, gestation period about 4 months and 4-7 young are produced. Wings markete...
Equetus punctatus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801) (Spooted drum)
Occurs primarily on coral reefs. Secretive and usually solitary, under ledges or near small caves . Often seen during the day around the bases of corals . Feeds at night on crabs, shrimps, and polychaetes. Easily approached . Has been reared in captivity .
Aulostomus chinensis (Linnaeus, 1766) (Chinese trumpetfish)
Found in clear, shallow water , in rocky and coral areas of protected and seaward reefs . Benthopelagic . Feeds on small fishes and shrimps . A slow-moving fish relying partly on stealth and camouflage to sneak up on unsuspecting prey. Often darts down vertically on its prey. Usually solitary .