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Pterois volitans (Linnaeus, 1758) (Red lionfish)
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 .
Chaetodon auriga Forsskål, 1775 (Cross-stripe butterfly)
Chaetodon lineolatus Cuvier, 1831 (Line butterflyfish)
Occur in lagoon and seaward reefs, usually in pairs in coral rich areas . Benthopelagic . Feed mainly on coral polyps and anemones, but also on small invertebrates and algae . Largest species in the genus . Oviparous . Form pairs during breeding .
Heniochus acuminatus (Linnaeus, 1758) (Pennant coralfish)
Inhabit deep, protected lagoons and channels, and the deeper parts of outer reef slopes. Juveniles are often solitary while adults occur in pairs . A planktivorous species that generally remains within a few meters of th...
Heniochus diphreutes Jordan, 1903 (False moorish idol)
Occur primarily along outer reef slopes, in current channels. Juveniles in aggregations around isolated patch reefs, adults in large schools well above the bottom . In Indonesia, adults most common in depth 40-50 m, repo...
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 .
Chaetodon austriacus Rüppell, 1836 (Blacktail butterflyfish)
Found in coral rich areas; juveniles confined to single coral heads . Territorial and usually in pairs. Mainly diurnal. Oviparous . Form pairs during breeding .
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...