Second from left
with a black angelfish and Green Wrasse in the background.
Porae resting on the reef.
Porae Nemadactylus douglasii
Red moki Cheilodactylus spectabilis
Photo by Ian Nilsson
may be you think the fish is strange because of fish tank..
no. the fish has strange lines. :))
in Sunpiazza aquarium.
Morwongs (also called butterfish, fingerfins, jackassfish, snappers, and moki) are perciform fishes comprising the family Cheilodactylidae. Most of the almost 30 species are found in temperate and subtropical oceans in the Southern Hemisphere, but three (Cheilodactylus quadricornis, C. zebra and C. zonatus) are restricted to northwest Pacific off Japan and China, and C. vittatus is restricted to Hawaii.