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Ok, so, I found three more that I couldn't positively ID. Help? I did pretty well with the fish, the inverts were a little more difficult. I might get up the courage to post some of those here as well.
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Fish ID
1. Yellowtail Snapper. Looks like a big one. 2. You found a napping Parrotfish. It's camouflaging itself to hide from predators and, more importantly, to drive fish-watchers crazy. Positive ID from this view is probably impossible, but if I had to guess I would say Redband Parrotfish. 3. Looks like a juvenile Stoplight Parrotfish.
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Agree with Louis
Agree with 1 and 3. And, agree with Louis on 2 that it is a parrot fish in resting camouflage and hard to ID beyond that. I was just wondering if it may be Bucktooth due to Habitat and Behaviour and the fact that this guy looks small based on the size of those feather duster worms.
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Thanks
Wow! Thanks for the help!