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Oxycorynia fascicularis N. Sulawesi image.

Panulirus versicolor (Latreille 1804), the Blue Spiny Lobster. Found throughout the tropical Indo-Pacific. To twenty inches in length. Can be kept together with their own kind but must be kept well fed (on meaty foods). Cannibalistic. A tiny one in N. Sulawesi.
 
Parapercis cylindrica (Bloch 1792), the Cylindrical Sandperch. Indo-Pacific; Maldives to Fiji. To six inches in length. One in N. Sulawesi.
 
Parapercis maculata  (Bloch & Schneider 1801), the Harlequin Sandperch. Indo-Pacific. To 20 cm. Indo-West Pacific: Persian Gulf to southern Japan. A juvenile in N. Sulawesi.
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