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  1. #1
    dakar - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Post Common - Scientific Fish Names

    Found this list in my email from like six months ago, but I must have saved it for some reason or another, not even sure where it came from ... But if it was to serve any purpose at all it should be here;

    (Edit: Source fins.actwin.com)

    * achilles tang (Acanthurus achilles)
    * algae blenny (Salarias fasciatus)
    * Allard's clownfish (Amphiprion allardi)
    * antenna lion (Pterois antennata)
    * arabian angel (Pomacanthus asfur)
    * arc eye hawkfish (Paracirrhites arcatus)
    * asian butterfly (Chaetodon argentatus)
    * auriga butterfly (Chaetodon auriga)
    * axilspot hogfish (Bodianus axillaris)
    * balloonfish (Diodon holacanthus)
    * banded butterfly (Chaetodon striatus)
    * banded goby (Amblygobius sp.)
    * banded shark (Chiloscyllium punctatum)
    * banded snake eel (Myrichthys colubrinus)
    * bangghai cardinal (Pterapogon kauderni)
    * banner wrasse (Bodianus loxozonus)
    * bar goby (Ptereleotris zebra)
    * Barbour's seahorse (Hippocampus barbouri)
    * barrier reef anemonefish (Amphiprion akindynos)
    * beaked coralfish (Chelmon rostratus)
    * Bennet's butterfly (Chaetodon bennetti)
    * bicolor angel (Centropyge bicolor)
    * bicolor blenny (Ecsenius bicolor)
    * bicolor dottyback (Pictichromis diadema)
    * bicolor pseudochromis (Pictichromis diadema)
    * bicolor rabbitfish (Siganus uspi)
    * black and gold chromis (Neoglyphidodon nigroris)
    * black and white damsel (Dascyllus marginatus)
    * black and white heniochus (Heniochus acuminatus)
    * black angel (Centropyge multispinis)
    * black axil chromis (Chromis atripectoralis)
    * black back chromis (Chromis retrofasciata)
    * black seahorse (Hippocampus kuda)
    * black velvet angelfish (Chaetodontoplus melanosoma)
    * black velvet damsel (Neoglyphidodon oxyodon)
    * black-backed butterfly (Chaetodon melannotus)
    * black-blotched porcupinefish (Diodon liturosus)
    * blackbelt hogfish (Bodianus mesothorax)
    * blackcap basslet (Gramma melacara)
    * blacklip butterfly (Chaetodon kleinii)
    * blackpatch trigger (Rhinecanthus verrucosus)
    * blue angel (Centropyge sp.)
    * blue cheek goby (Valenciennea strigata)
    * blue chromis (Chromis cyanea)
    * blue devil (Chrysiptera cyanea)
    * blue flasher wrasse (Paracheilinus cyaneus)
    * blue green chromis (Chromis viridis)
    * blue head tilefish (Hoplolatilus starcki)
    * blue jaw tilefish (Hoplolatilus starcki)
    * blue line toby (Canthigaster bennetti)
    * blue mandarin (Synchiropus splendidus)
    * blue Mauritius angel (Centropyge debelius)
    * blue ringed angel (Pomacanthus annularis)
    * blue sided fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus cyanopleura)
    * blue spotted stingray (Taeniura lymma)
    * blue spotted wrasse (Coris gaimard)
    * blue star damsel (Chrysiptera taupou)
    * blue streak damsel (Chrysiptera brownriggii)
    * blue stripe goby (Gobiodon citrinus)
    * blue striped angel (Chaetodontoplus septentrionalis)
    * blue striped butterfly (Chaetodon fremblii)
    * blue striped clownfish (Amphiprion chrysopterus)
    * blue tang (Acanthurus coeruleus)
    * blue-girdled angel (Pomacanthus navarchus)
    * blue-speckled shrimpgoby (Cryptocentrus caeruleomaculatus)
    * blue-spotted angel (Chaetodontoplus caeruleopunctatus)
    * blueback angel (Centropyge venusta)
    * bluespot butterfly (Chaetodon plebius)
    * bluespot damsel (Chrysiptera oxycephala)
    * bluestripe snapper (Lutjanus kasmira)
    * borneo damsel (Pomacentrus armillatus)
    * Brazilian gramma (Gramma brasiliensis)
    * Brazillian seahorse (Hippocampus reidi)
    * broadbarred goby (Gobiodon histrio)
    * brown bird wrasse (Gomphosus varius)
    * brown sailfin tang (Zebrasoma scopas)
    * brown tang (Acanthurus nigrofuscus)
    * brown-banded pipefish (Corythoichthys amplexus)
    * bursa trigger (Sufflamen bursa)
    * bursa trigger (Rhinecanthus verrucosus)
    * candy basslet (Liopropoma swalesi)
    * catalina goby (Lythrypnus dalli)
    * checkerboard wrasse (Halichoeres hortulanus)
    * chevroned butterfly (Chaetodon trifascialis)
    * Christmas wrasse (Thalassoma trilobatum)
    * chromis (Chromis lepidolepis)
    * cinnamon clown (Amphiprion melanopus)
    * circular spadefish (Platax orbicularis)
    * Clark's clownfish (Amphiprion clarkii)
    * cleaner wrasse (Labroides dimidiatus)
    * clearfin lionfish (Pterois radiata)
    * clown butterfly (Chaetodon ornatissimus)
    * clown coris wrasse (Coris aygula)
    * clown goby (Gobiodon histrio)
    * clown sweetlips (Plectorhinchus chaetodonoides)
    * clown tang (Acanthurus lineatus)
    * clown trigger (Balistoides conspicillum)
    * common lionfish (Pterois volitans)
    * Conde's fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus condei)
    * convict tang (Acanthurus triostegus)
    * copper banded butterfly (Chelmon rostratus)
    * coral beauty (Centropyge bispinosa)
    * coris wrasse (Coris gaimard)
    * crescent angel (Pomacanthus asfur)
    * crescent-tail fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus lunatus)
    * crosshatch butterfly (Chaetodon xanthurus)
    * Cuban hogfish (Bodianus puchellus)
    * dartfish goby (Tryssogobius colini)
    * Debilius' fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus adornatus)
    * deep-sea fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus bathyphilus)
    * diamond blenny (Malacoctenus boehlkei)
    * dogfaced puffer fish (Arothron nigropunctatus)
    * domino damsel (Dascyllus trimaculatus)
    * dot & dash butterfly (Chaetodon pelewensis)
    * dotted butterfly (Chaetodon semeion)
    * double barred spinefoot (Siganus doliatus)
    * dracula goby (Stonogobiops dracura)
    * dragon wrasse (Novaculichthys taeniourus)
    * dragonette (Synchiropus splendidus)
    * dusty damsel (Dascyllus sp.)
    * dwarf lion fish (Dendrochirus brachypterus)
    * ear-spot angel (Pomacanthus chrysurus)
    * eastern triangular butterfly (Chaetodon baronessa)
    * eclipse butterfly (Chaetodon bennetti)
    * electric blue damsel (Chrysiptera cyanea)
    * emperor angel (Pomacanthus imperator)
    * engineer fish (Pholidichthys leucotaenia)
    * exquisite butterfly (Chaetodon austriacus)
    * exquisite fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus exquisitus)
    * false clownfish (Amphiprion ocellaris)
    * filamented flasher (Paracheilinus filamentosus)
    * fire damsel (Neoglyphidodon crossi)
    * fire goby (Nemateleotris magnifica)
    * flagfin angel (Apolemichthys trimaculatus)
    * flame angel (Centropyge loricula)
    * flame fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus jordani)
    * flame hawk (Neocirrhitus armatus)
    * flamefish (Apogon maculatus)
    * flower cardinal (Apogon fleurieu)
    * forceps fish (Forcipiger flavissimus)
    * four-line wrasse (Larabicus quadrilineatus)
    * four-spot butterfly (Chaetodon quadrimaculatus)
    * foureye butterfly (Chaetodon capistratus)
    * foxface (Siganus vulpinus)
    * freckled hawkfish (Paracirrhites forsteri)
    * French angel (Pomacanthus paru)
    * Fu Manchu lion fish (Dendrochirus biocellatus)
    * garibaldi (Hypsypops rubicunda)
    * girdled fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus balteatus)
    * glasseye snapper (Heteropriacanthus cruentatus)
    * gold spangled angel (Apolemichthys xanthopunctatus)
    * golden angel (Centropyge aurantia)
    * golden butterfly (Chaetodon semilarvatus)
    * golden cleaner wrasse (Labroides pectoralis)
    * golden head jawfish (Opistognathus aurifrons)
    * goldflake angel (Apolemichthys xanthopunctatus)
    * green bird wrasse (Gomphosus varius)
    * green chromis (Chromis viridis)
    * green mandarin (Synchiropus picturatus)
    * green spotted puffer (Tetraodon nigrifilis)
    * grey angelfish (Pomacanthus arcuatus)
    * half black angel (Centropyge vroliki)
    * half moon angel (Pomacanthus maculosus)
    * harlequin basslet (Serranus tigrinus)
    * harlequin tuskfish (Choerodon fasciata)
    * hedgehog butterfly (Prognathodes dichrous)
    * high hat (Equetus acuminatus)
    * hippo tang (Paracanthurus hepatus)
    * hogfish (Bodianus loxozonus)
    * honey damsel (Pomacentrus armillatus)
    * horrid stonefish (Synanceia horrida)
    * humphead bannerfish (Heniochus varius)
    * humu humu trigger (Rhinecanthus aculeatus)
    * imperator angel (Pomacanthus imperator)
    * Indian butterfly (Chaetodon mitratus)
    * Indian double-saddle butterfly (Chaetodon falcula)
    * Indian smoke angel (Apolemichthys xanthurus)
    * Indian teardrop butterfly (Chaetodon interruptus)
    * Indian vagabond butterfly (Chaetodon decussatus)
    * Japanese chromis (Chromis mirationis)
    * Japanese pygmy angel (Centropyge interrupta)
    * jewel damsel (Plectroglyphidodon lacrymatus)
    * jewel moray (Muraena lentiginosa)
    * jewel puffer (Canthigaster solandri)
    * joculator angel (Centropyge joculator)
    * Johnson's fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus johnsoni)
    * keyhole angel (Chaetodontoplus melanosoma)
    * Klein's butterfly (Chaetodon kleinii)
    * Knysna seahorse (Hippocampus capensis)
    * kole tang (Ctenochaetus striatus)
    * Koran angel (Pomacanthus semicirculatus)
    * Laboute's fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus laboutei)
    * ladder wrasse (Thalassoma trilobatum)
    * ladder wrasse (Thalassoma trilobatum)
    * lamark angel (Genicanthus lamarck)
    * largescaled dottyback (Pseudoplesiops rosae)
    * latticed butterfly (Chaetodon rafflesi)
    * lavender fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus lineatus)
    * lawnmower blenny (Salarias fasciatus)
    * leafy sea dragon (Phycodurus eques)
    * lemon coralgoby (Gobiodon citrinus)
    * lemonpeel angel (Centropyge flavissima)
    * leopard puffer (Tetraodon nigrifilis)
    * leopard shark (Triakis semifasciatus)
    * leopard wrasse (Macropharyngodon meleagris)
    * lined butterfly (Chaetodon lineolatus)
    * lined seahorse (Hippocampus erectus)
    * linesnout goby (Gobiosoma sp)
    * long-fin bannerfish (Heniochus acuminatus)
    * longnose filefish (Oxymonacanthus longirostris)
    * longnose hawk (Oxycirrhites typus)
    * longsnout butterfly (Chaetodon aculeatus)
    * Lubbock's fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus lubbocki)
    * lunar wrasse (Thalassoma lunare)
    * lyre tailed anthias (Pseudanthias sp.)
    * lyretail anthias (Pseudanthias squamipinnis)
    * manybar goatfish (Parupeneus multifasciatus)
    * map angel (Pomacanthus maculosus)
    * marine betta (Calloplesiops altivelis)
    * maroon clown (Premnas biaculeatus)
    * Marquesan butterfly (Chaetodon declivis)
    * masked bannerfish (Heniochus monoceros)
    * McCosker's Flasher (Paracheilinus mccoskeri)
    * Merten's butterfly (Chaetodon mertensii)
    * Mexican lookdown (Selene brevoortii)
    * Meyer's butterfly (Chaetodon meyeri)
    * monkeyface eel (Cebidichthys violaceus)
    * Moorish idol (Zanclus comutus)
    * Morrison's dragonet (Synchiropus morrisoni)
    * Mueller's butterfly (Chelmon muelleri)
    * Nahacky's pygmy angel (Centropyge nahackyi)
    * naso tang (Naso lituratus)
    * neon dottyback (Pseudochromis aldabraensis)
    * neon goby (Gobiosoma oceanops)
    * network pipefish (Corythoichthys flavofasciatus)
    * niger trigger (Odonus niger)
    * ocellaris clown (Amphiprion ocellaris)
    * ocellated butterfly (Parachaetodon ocellatus)
    * ocellated dragonet (Synchiropus ocellatus)
    * Okinawa chromis (Chromis okamurai)
    * olive chromis (Chromis insolata)
    * one-spot butterfly (Chaetodon unimaculatus)
    * one-spot foxface (Siganus unimaculatus)
    * orange shoulder tang (Acanthurus olivaceus)
    * orange spotted sleeper goby (Valenciennea puellaris)
    * orange tail butterfly (Chaetodon xanthurus)
    * orange-face butterfly (Chaetodon larvatus)
    * orange-finned clownfish (Amphiprion chrysopterus)
    * orange-spotted pipefish (Corythoichthys ocellatus)
    * orangeback fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus aurantidorsalis)
    * orbic batfish (Platax orbicularis)
    * orbic cardinal (Sphaeramia orbicularis)
    * orchid dottyback (Pseudochromis fridmani)
    * oriental butterfly (Chaetodon auripes)
    * oriental wrasse (Oxycheilinus rhodochrous)
    * ornate angel (Genicanthus bellus)
    * ornate butterfly (Chaetodon ornatissimus)

    Continued on next post.
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  2. #2
    dakar - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Sep 2004
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    * pacific double-saddle butterfly (Chaetodon ulietensis)
    * Pacific red-fin butterfly (Chaetodon lunnulatus)
    * paddle wrasse (Thalassoma lucasanum)
    * pajama cardinal (Sphaeramia nematoptera)
    * Pakistani butterfly (Chaetodon collare)
    * palette tang (Paracanthurus hepatus)
    * panda puffer (Arothron diadematus)
    * panther grouper (Cromileptes altivelis)
    * parrotfish (Scarus sp.)
    * passer angel (Holacanthus passer)
    * peach faced trigger (Xanthichthys mento)
    * pearl damsel (Amblyglyphidodon sp.)
    * pearl scale butterfly (Chaetodon xanthurus)
    * pearly jawfish (Opistognathus aurifrons)
    * pebble butterfly (Chaetodon guttatissimus)
    * pebble butterfly (Chaetodon multicinctus)
    * pennant bannerfish (Heniochus chrysostomus)
    * peppermint goby (Coryphopterus lipernes)
    * percula clown (Amphiprion percula)
    * phantom angel (Chaetodontoplus dimidiatus)
    * Picasso trigger (Rhinecanthus aculeatus)
    * pink clownfish (Amphiprion perideraion)
    * pink spotted shrimp goby (Cryptocentrus leptocephalus)
    * pinnatus batfish (Platax pinnatus)
    * pipefish (Doryrhamphus sp.)
    * pixy hawkfish (Cirrhitichthys oxycephalus)
    * porcupine puffer (Diodon holacanthus)
    * porcupinefish (Diodon hystrix)
    * pot bellied seahorse (Hippocampus abdominalis)
    * powder blue tang (Acanthurus leucosternon)
    * powder brown tang (Acanthurus nigricans)
    * purple dottyback (Pictichromis porphyrea)
    * purple fire goby (Nemateleotris decora)
    * purple masked angel (Centropyge venusta)
    * purple pseudochromis (Pictichromis porphyrea)
    * purple tang (Zebrasoma xanthurus)
    * pyramid butterfly (Hemitaurichthys polylepis)
    * queen angel (Holacanthus ciliaris)
    * rabbitfish (Siganus sp.)
    * racoon butterfly (Chaetodon lunula)
    * Randall's shrimpgoby (Amblyeleotris randalli)
    * red cardinal (Apogon quadrisquamatus)
    * red emperor snapper (Lutjanus sebae)
    * red headed fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus solorensis)
    * red spotted grouper (Cephalopholis miniata)
    * red-scaled fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus rubrisquamis)
    * red-spotted dwarfgoby (Trimma rubromaculatus)
    * redback butterfly (Chaetodon paucifasciatus)
    * redbreasted wrasse (Cheilinus fasciatus)
    * redhead goby (Paragobiodon echinocephalus)
    * redspotted hawkfish (Amblycirrhitus pinos)
    * redstripe tilefish (Hoplolatilus marcosi)
    * redtooth trigger (Odonus niger)
    * regal angel (Pygoplites diacanthus)
    * resplendent pygmy angel (Centropyge resplendens)
    * resting butterfly (Chaetodon sedentarius)
    * ribbon eel (Rhinomuraena quaesita)
    * rock beauty angel (Holacanthus tricolor)
    * rockmover wrasse (Novaculichthys taeniourus)
    * Rolland's damsel (Chrysiptera rollandi)
    * rosy razorfish (Xyrichtys martinicensis)
    * roughsnout ghost pipefish (Solenostomus paegnius)
    * royal dottyback (Pictichromis paccagnellae)
    * royal gramma (Gramma loreto)
    * rusty angel (Centropyge ferrugata)
    * saddle wrasse (Thalassoma duperreyi)
    * saddle-back butterfly (Chaetodon ephippium)
    * saddleback clown (Amphiprion polymnus)
    * saddled snake eel (Leiuranus semicinctus)
    * sailfin tang (Zebrasoma desjardinii)
    * sailfin tang (Zebrasoma veliferum)
    * scalefin anthias (Pseudanthias squamipinnis)
    * schooling bannerfish (Heniochus diphreutes)
    * scissor tail goby (Ptereleotris evides)
    * scooter blenny (Neosynchiropus ocellatus)
    * scopas tang (Zebrasoma scopas)
    * scythe trigger (Sufflamen bursa)
    * sea pony (Hippocampus fuscus)
    * sebae clown (Amphiprion sebae)
    * semi-circle angel (Pomacanthus semicirculatus)
    * sergeant major damsel (Abudefduf saxatilis)
    * shadow goby (Yongeichthys nebulosus)
    * sharpnose puffer (Canthigaster rostrata)
    * short bigeye (Pristigenys alta)
    * silver chromis (Chromis sp.)
    * Singapore angel (Chaetodontoplus mesoleucus)
    * singular bannerfish (Heniochus singularius)
    * six line wrasse (Pseudochelinus hexataenia)
    * sixbar wrasse (Thalassoma hardwicke)
    * skunk clown (Amphiprion perideraion)
    * slender filefish (Monacanthus tuckeri)
    * slingjaw wrasse (Epibulus insidiator)
    * Smith's butterfly (Chaetodon smithi)
    * snowflake moray eel (Echidna nebulosa)
    * sohal tang (Acanthurus sohal)
    * spot tailed butterfly (Chaetodon ocellicaudus)
    * spot-banded butterfly (Chaetodon punctatofasciatus)
    * spot-lined flasher (Paracheilinus lineopunctatus)
    * spot-nape butterfly (Chaetodon oxycephalus)
    * spot-stripe dottyback (Pseudochromis tonozukai)
    * spotfin lionfish (Pterois antennata)
    * spottail dartfish (Ptereleotris heteroptera)
    * spotted boxfish (Ostracion meleagris)
    * spotted drum (Equetus punctatus)
    * spotted garden eel (Heteroconger hassi)
    * spotted goby (Yongeichthys nebulosus)
    * spotted hawk (Cirrhitichthys oxycephalus)
    * spotted moray eel (Gymnothorax moringa)
    * spotted puffer (Tetraodon nigrifilis)
    * spotted rabbitfish (Siganus punctatus)
    * spotted scorpion fish (Scorpaena plumieri)
    * spotted shrimpgoby (Amblyeleotris guttata)
    * spotted sweetlips (Plectorhinchus chaetodonoides)
    * spotted toby (Canthigaster solandri)
    * spotted trigger (Pervagor spilosoma)
    * spotted unicornfish (Naso brevirostris)
    * spotted yellow boxfish (Ostracion cubicus)
    * Springer's damsel (Chrysiptera springeri)
    * square anthias (Pseudanthias pleurotaenia)
    * Starck's damsel (Chrysiptera starcki)
    * striped burrfish (Chilomycterus sp.)
    * striped butterfly (Chaetodon octofasciatus)
    * striped cardinal (Apogon cyanosoma)
    * striped goby (Stonogobiops xanthorhinica)
    * striped pipe fish (Doryrhamphus dactyliophorus)
    * striped puffer (Arothron manilensis)
    * striped squirrel (Holocentrus hastatus)
    * sunset anthias (Pseudanthias parvirostris)
    * sunset butterfly (Chaetodon punctatofasciatus)
    * sunshine fish (Chromis insolata)
    * surge damsel (Chrysiptera brownriggii)
    * swalesi basslet (Liopropoma swalesi)
    * tassled file fish (Chaetodermis pencilligerus)
    * teardrop butterfly (Chaetodon unimaculatus)
    * theadfin butterfly (Chaetodon auriga)
    * three band clown (Amphiprion tricinctus)
    * three striped damsel (Dascyllus aruanus)
    * three striped damsel (Dascyllus melanurus)
    * threeband butterfly (Prognathodes guyanensis)
    * tibicin angel (Centropyge tibicen)
    * Tinker's butterfly (Chaetodon tinkeri)
    * tomato clown (Amphiprion frenatus)
    * tomato clown (Amphiprion melanopus)
    * Tono's dottyback (Pseudochromis tonozukai)
    * Tono's fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus tonozukai)
    * toothy cardinal (Cheilodipterus isostigmus)
    * true clownfish (Amphiprion percula)
    * two eyed coralfish (Coradion melanopus)
    * twospot demoiselle (Chrysiptera biocellata)
    * undulated trigger (Balistapus undulatus)
    * unicorn tang (Naso unicornis)
    * vagabond butterfly (Chaetodon vagabundus)
    * valentine puffer (Canthigaster valentini)
    * vermiculated angel (Chaetodontoplus mesoleucus)
    * volitan lion (Pterois volitans)
    * weedy scorpionfish (Rhinopias frondosa)
    * weedy sea dragon (Phyllopteryx taeniolatus)
    * whip-fin fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus filamentosus)
    * white bonnet clown (Amphiprion leucokranos)
    * white cardinal (Apogon fleurieu)
    * white face butterfly (Chaetodon mesoleucos)
    * white face tang (Acanthurus japonicus)
    * white line trigger (Sufflamen bursa)
    * white spotted grouper (Epinephelus caeruleopunctatus)
    * white tail trigger (Sufflamen sp.)
    * whitemargin unicornfish (Naso annulatus)
    * Wiebel's butterfly (Chaetodon wiebeli)
    * yellow and blue angel (Centropyge acanthops)
    * yellow anthias (Pseudanthias engelhardi)
    * yellow banded fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus luteovittatus)
    * yellow boxfish (Tetrosomus gibbosus)
    * yellow dogfaced puffer (Arothron meleagris)
    * yellow eye tang (Ctenochaetus striatus)
    * yellow fin tang (Acanthurus nigricans)
    * yellow goby (Paragobiodon echinocephalus)
    * yellow mimic tang (Acanthurus pyroferus)
    * yellow seahorse (Hippocampus barbouri)
    * yellow spotted anthias (Holanthias borbonius)
    * yellow stingray (Urolophus sp.)
    * yellow tail wrasse (Coris gaimard)
    * yellow tailed damsel (Chrysiptera hemicyanea)
    * yellow tailed damsel (Chrysiptera parasema)
    * yellow tang (Zebrasoma flavescens)
    * yellow watchmann goby (Cryptocentrus cinctus)
    * yellow wrasse (Thalassoma sp.)
    * yellowback butterfly (Chaetodon mertensii)
    * yellowfin fairy wrasse (Cirrhilabrus flavidorsalis)
    * yellowfin flasher (Paracheilinus flavianalis)
    * yellowhead butterfly (Chaetodon xanthocephalus)
    * yellowhead jawfish (Opistognathus aurifrons)
    * yellowhead sleeper goby (Valenciennea strigata)
    * yellowhead wrasse (Halichoeres garnoti)
    * yellowmargin moray (Gymnothorax flavimarginatus)
    * zebra goby (Ptereleotris zebra)
    * zebra lionfish (Dendrochirus zebra)
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  3. #3
    lReef lKeeper - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Mar 2006
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    holy crap Dave, i've been looking for a list like that for about a month now.

  4. #4
    mutts - Reefkeeper Registered User
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    Sep 2005
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    Manda Wolf


    That will be helpful, thanks Dave!

    It is really nice to see you here in this thread. While your online how about you go over to the TOTM thread and enter or vote. It will only take a minute

  5. #5


    Awesome list! Many thanks! :-)

  6. #6


    NICE LIST Will come in handy at store THANKS!!

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    great list mate now can you add a pic of each one so i know what they look like...hahahaha only kidding (or am i )...lol

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    dakar - Reefkeeper CR Member
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tam
    great list mate now can you add a pic of each one so i know what they look like...hahahaha only kidding (or am i )...lol
    Actually.... going to build a wiki around it to let everyone contribute to and upload pics to assist... turning it into a huge group project. Same thing for coral and stuff as well.
    Every electronic device is manufactured with smoke stored deep inside... only a true genius can find a way to set it free.

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    that is an excellent idea Dave, will be VERY helpful to properly ID everything. this site has come a long way in the short time that i have been here. nice work and keep it up. it is gonna be HUGE (er) !!

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    i know you are busy buddy, but this would be great with the wiki you mentioned !!

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