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Gorgonia ventalina Linnaeus, 1758 (common sea fan)
Oreaster reticulatus (Linnaeus, 1758) (cushion sea star)
Aplysina aerophoba Nardo, 1843 (Gold-sponge)
Astropecten irregularis (sand star)
Chromis multilineata (Guichenot, 1853) (Cavalley pilot)
Generally occurs in steep slopes and patch reefs. A diurnal species , it most commonly forms moderate-sized feeding-schools over reef tops, rising above the bottom to feed on plankton, mainly copepods. Often seen with Chromis cyanea . Rarely marketed .
Lophius piscatorius Linnaeus, 1758 (Angler)
The anglerfish lies half-buried in the mud or sand on the bottom of the sea, attracting fish to its huge mouth by means of its lure. Fish are drawn in by the sudden inrush of water. This method of feeding is a speciality o...
Favia fragum (Esper, 1795) (golfball coral)
Carangoides bartholomaei (Cuvier, 1833) (yellow jack)
Prefers offshore reefs and open marine waters . Juveniles often found near the shore on seagrass beds or often associated jellyfish or floating Sargassum . Generally solitary but sometimes seen in small groups . Feeds ...
Acropora palmata (Lamarck, 1816) (elkhorn coral)
Sargocentron vexillarium (Poey, 1860) (Dusky squirrelfish)
Inhabits inshore reefs and tide pools. Hides in small recesses. Common, but rarely seen . Nocturnal species .