Tag: White-Eyed Moray Eel

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White-Eyed Moray Eel (Siderea Thyrsoidea)

The White-Eyed Moray Eel (Siderea Thyrsoidea) is reasonably common at all local dive sites, particularly Sail Rock where this individual was photographed.

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White-Eyed Moray Eel (Siderea Thyrsoidea)

This close-up of a White-Eyed Moray Eel (Siderea Thyrsoidea) clearly shows the sensory pits along the upper and lower jawline and snout.

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Regal Demoiselles (Neopomacentrus Cyanomos) harass a White-Eyed Moray Eel (Siderea Thyrsoidea)

In this photo, from Sail Rock, a group of juvenile Regal Demoiselle (Neopomacentrus Cyanomos) are "mobbing" a wandering White-Eyed Moray Eel (Siderea Thyrsoidea).