Keyhole Angelfish, Centropyge tibicen

Keyhole Angelfish, Centropyge tibicen

Keyhole Angelfish, Centropyge tibicen

Keyhole Angelfish, Centropyge tibicen

Queensland Yellowtail Angelfish, Chaetodontoplus meredithi

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Yellowstripe Threadfin Bream, Pentapodus aureofasciatus

Yellowstripe Threadfin Bream, Pentapodus aureofasciatus

Blackhead Leatherjacket, Pervagor melanocephalus

Blackhead Leatherjacket, (Pervagor melanocephalus) Photo by Doug Hoese

Comb Wrasse, Coris picta -Juvenile Comb Wrasse can also pick parasites off larger fishes.

A juvenile Comb Wrasse at North Solitary Island

Eye-stripe Triggerfish

An Eye-stripe Triggerfish at a depth of 15 m, 'Pixie's Pinnacle', Ribbon Reef Great Barrier Reef off Cooktown, Queensland, June

Purple Rockcod, Epinephelus cyanopodus

Purple Rockcod, Epinephelus cyanopodus

Coral Beauty, Centropyge bispinosa -  secretive species that uses crevices in the reef for shelter

Coral Beauty, Centropyge bispinosa - secretive species that uses crevices in the reef for shelter

Ringscale Triplefin - Enneapterygius atrogulare

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Yellow Boxfish, Ostracion cubicus

A Yellow Boxfish at 'Davies Reef'

Blacksaddle Toby, Canthigaster valentini

Blacksaddle Toby, Canthigaster valentini

Eastern Blue Groper - Achoerodus viridis

Eastern Blue Groper - Achoerodus viridis

Fiveline Snapper, Lutjanus quinquelineatus

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Roundbelly Cowfish, Lactoria diaphana

Roundbelly Cowfish, Lactoria diaphana

Axilspot Hogfish, Bodianus axillaris - 	Feeds mostly on bottom living hard-shelled invertebrates such as molluscs and crustaceans.

Axilspot Hogfish, Bodianus axillaris - Feeds mostly on bottom living hard-shelled invertebrates such as molluscs and crustaceans.

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