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Updated 6/21/2014

Family Mullidae

HAWAII

Parupeneus multifasciatus

Hanauma Bay, Oahu, 30 feet

 

Angel Ledge, Midway Atoll, 75 feet

Juvenile, Ke'ei, Hawaii, 25 feet

 

Faga'alu, American Samoa, 10 feet

Lanai Lookout, Oahu, 40 feet

 

Haleiwa Trench, Oahu, 10 feet

 

Sea Cave, Oahu, 65 feet

Hanauma Bay, Oahu, 30 feet

 

Sea Tiger Wreck, Oahu, 95 feet

 

Tonggs Wreck, Waikiki, Oahu, 15 feet

Atlantis Reef, Waikiki, Oahu, 100 feet

 

Kewalo Pipe, Oahu, 50 feet

100-foot Hole, Waikiki, Oahu, 75 feet

 

Mokuleia, Oahu, 100 feet

Hanauma Bay, Oahu, 3 feet

 

Lana'i Lookout, Oahu, 35 feet

 



Juvenile, Firehouse, Oahu, 25 feet

Juvenile, Sharks Cove, Oahu, 40 feet



Honokohau, Hawaii, 45 feet

MANYBAR GOATFISH     moano     Ojisan

Common on reefs at any depth where it actively feeds upon small invertebrates during the day.  Color pattern variable throughout its range, Hawaiian fish are typically reddish-purple with irregular black and cream bars.  Attains 10 inches.  Northwestern Australia east through Hawai'i and Pitcairn.