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Updated 3/25/2013

Family Scorpaenidae


Sebastapistes coniorta     endemic.gif (1686 bytes)

Nanakuli, Oahu, 25 feet


Waimanalo, Oahu, 15 feet

Night, Blowhole, Oahu, 45 feet


Makapu'u tidepool, Oahu

Sharks Cove, Oahu, 25 feet


Kewalo Pipe, Oahu, 50 feet

Night, Waikiki, Oahu


Night, Haleiwa Trench, Oahu, 15 feet


Lana'i Lookout, Oahu, 20 feet

Lana'i Lookout, Oahu, 20 feet


Very common within branches of Cauliflower and Antler Corals during the day, emerging at night to feed.  Greenish-yellow with reddish-brown blotches and peppered with small brown dots during the day, red or brown with white blotches and scattered brown dots at night.  Attains 3.5 inches.  Endemic to Hawai'i.