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Taeniura lymma (Forsskål, 1775) (Bluespotted ribbontail ray)
Blue-spotted stingrays live alone or in small groups , migrating in large schools into shallow sandy areas on the rising tide in order to feed, and dispersing back into the ocean as the tide falls to shelter in the coral c...
Gymnothorax favagineus Bloch & Schneider, 1801 (Laced moray)
Inhabits reef flats and outer reef slopes of continental reefs . One of the two largest of Indo-Pacific morays. Often in holes with cleaner wrasses or shrimps . Feeds on cephalopods and small fishes . Large adults may be aggressive . Minimum depth reported taken from Ref. 30573.
Gymnothorax meleagris (Shaw, 1795) (Guinea moray eel)
Gymnothorax griseus (Lacepède, 1803) (Geometric moray)
Found in shallow coastal waters, on coral and rocky reefs . Simultaneous hermaphroditism is confirmed for this species .
Novaculichthys taeniourus (Lacepède, 1801) (Rockmover wrasse)
Oxycirrhites (Bécasse à carreaux)
Arothron meleagris (Lacepède, 1798) ('opu hue)