Search results for "Mosaic Moray"

  • Mosaic Moray, Enchelycore ramosa

     

  • Mosaic Moray, Enchelycore ramosa (Griffin, 1926)

    The Mosaic Moray has a long snout with curved jaws and needle-like teeth.  The species occurs on rocky reefs in subtropical to warm temperate marine waters of the South Pacific.

  • Muraenidae - Moray Eels

    Use the table to access images and fact sheets of the muraenid fishes on the site. These include the Knot-eels, Moray Eels and Reef Eels.
     

  • This week in fish: Steen and the Spookfish

    The content of this post actually covers a little more than one week.  The addition of web content was interrupted last week because we spent four days in Townsville attending the 2011 Australian Society for Fish Biology annual conference and collections workshop.  There is a feast of fishy content listed below.

  • Fishes of Sydney Harbour

    Sydney Harbour has a very rich fish fauna.  Nearly 600 species live in it, enter it, or are known from historic records.