Gymnothorax cribroris (Whitley, 1932)

Gymnothorax cribroris
Gymnothorax cribroris
Photographer: 
Ian Shaw
Date: 
Wednesday, 25 November 2015
Location: 
N W Solitary Is.
Depth: 
10m
Gymnothorax cribroris
Gymnothorax cribroris
Photographer: 
Steph Burnip
Date: 
Sunday, 14 February 2016
Location: 
N W Solitary Is.
Depth: 
12m
Gymnothorax cribroris
Gymnothorax cribroris
Photographer: 
Ian Shaw
Date: 
Friday, 11 March 2016
Location: 
N W Solitary Is.
Depth: 
12m
Common name: Sieve Moray
Distribution:

Uncommon in the Solitary Islands Marine Park. Endemic to Australia where it is recorded from the North West Shelf of Western Australia and eastern Australia from northern Queensland as far south as Sydney in New South Wales.

Ecological Notes:

Inhabits coral and rocky reef habitats as well as silty estuarine habitats.

Additional Notes:

Variable colouration from yellowish to dark brown with pale spots and a number of large dark blotches behind eye. Grows to around 80 cm. 

References:

Kuiter, R. H., Coastal Fishes of South-Eastern Australia. Published by Crawford House Press Pty. Ltd., 1993. p.32.

FishBase. Froese, R. and D. Pauly. Editors. 2018. World Wide Web electronic publication. https://fishbase.ca/summary/Gymnothorax-cribroris.html. Accessed 27/05/18.