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Coris gaimard (Quoy & Gaimard 1824), the Yellowtail Coris or Gaimard's Wrasse is THE Coris Wrasse to most hobbyists (1). Depending on life stage this fish also goes by the common appellations as the Red (as young) and Yellowtail Coris. To a mere sixteen inches in length. Indo-Pacific out to Hawai'i. A terminal phase (male) in Bali 2014

Corythoichthys haematopterus (Bleeker 1851), the Messmate Pipefish. Indo-Pacific; East Africa to Vanuatu, southern Japan. To nearly eight inches in length. Bali 2014
Cymbacephalus beauforti (Knapp 1973), Crocodilefish. Western Pacific. To 50 cm. Bali 2014
Cyprinocirrhites polyactis (Bleeker 1874), the Swallowtail Hawkfish. Indo-West Pacific around corner of South Africa into the Atlantic; east Africa to the western Pacific. To six inches in length. Usually not detected, swimming amongst Damselfishes, sometimes Anthiines a few meters off the bottom/reef. Planktonic feeder on crustaceans. Bali 2014
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