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Pet-Fishing in the Cook Islands

Long Version, Pt. VIII

To: Pet-Fishing in the Cooks, Short Version, Longer Version: Part I, Part II, Part III, Part IV, Part VPart VII, Part IX



>Moray Eels in the Cooks N=16  

Shown: Echidna nebulosa, Enchelycore pardalis, Gymnomuraena zebra, Gymnothorax flavimarginatus, G. javanicus, G. meleagris, Rhinomuraena quaesita

Not shown: Echidna leucotaenia, Enchelycore schismatorhynchus, Enchelymnassa canina, Gymnothorax  margaritophorus, G. pictus, G. richardsoni, G. rueppelliae, G. undulatus, Pseudechidna brummeri

>Angelfishes, (N= 13) Centropyge (N= 6) of the Cooks  

Shown: Centropyge bispinosus, C. flavissima, C. heraldi, C. loricula, C. multicolor

Not shown: C. narcosis

>More Angels (Genicanthus, N= 3) of the Cooks  

Shown: Female and male Genicanthus bellus, ditto for G. watanabei

Not shown: G. spinus

>And More Angels from the Cooks  

Shown: Paracentropyge multifasciatus, Pygoplites diacanthus, juvenile, intermediate and adult colored Pomacanthus imperator.


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