Queen Angelfish - ©Marty Snyderman - www.goscubadivemaui.com/maui-scuba-photos-of-the-week/2010-04-19

Queen Angelfish - ©Marty Snyderman - www.goscubadivemaui.com/maui-scuba-photos-of-the-week/2010-04-19

Honeycomb Moray Eel getting it’s mouth cleaned by a Cleaner Wrasse

Honeycomb Moray Eel getting it’s mouth cleaned by a Cleaner Wrasse

'Parrotfish' changes itself from Female to Male. Almost all Parrotfish species are sequential hermaphrodites, starting as females (known as the initial phase) and then changing to males (the terminal phase). Parrotfishes are a group of approximately ninety species of fishes traditionally regarded as a family (Scaridae), but now often considered a subfamily (Scarinae) of the wrasses.

'Parrotfish' changes itself from Female to Male. Almost all Parrotfish species are sequential hermaphrodites, starting as females (known as the initial phase) and then changing to males (the terminal phase). Parrotfishes are a group of approximately ninety species of fishes traditionally regarded as a family (Scaridae), but now often considered a subfamily (Scarinae) of the wrasses.

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