The green moray (Gymnothorax funebris) is a moray eel of the family Muraenidae
, found in the western Atlantic from New Jersey, Bermuda, and the northern ...
The green moray is actually brown! The yellow tint of the mucus that covers its
body, in combination with the drab background color, gives the fish its namesake
The green moray eel is thus named for its dark green to brown color. Averaging 6
feet in length and 30 lbs, individuals may grow as large as 8 ft. and 65 lbs.
Find out what's known about Green Moray Eels, Gymnothorax funebris,
Actinopterygii, Anguilliformes, Muraenidae, including their world range and
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Jan 31, 2010 ... An aquarium cleaner in Winnipeg Manitoba handles a Beautiful Huge Green
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Jun 7, 2011 ... 3ft Green moray Eel, 28-30 inch Zebra Eel, 16-18 inch jeweled eel, 2 5 inch
lionfish, 4-5 inch stars & stripes puffer, 4 inch dog faced puffer, 9-10 ...
Nov 30, 2015 ... By and large, these eels are active after the sun goes down, though a ... THE
GREEN MORAY (GYMNOTHORAX FUNEBRIS) IS ACTUALLY ...
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Dec 18, 2011 ... We had been watching this eel, however when he decided to go under the rock
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Common names in English-speaking countries are green moray, black moray,
green cong, green conger, green congo, green eel, and olive-green moray eel.
Gymnothorax funebris, green moray eels, can be found in the western Atlantic ...
Green morays live in rocky, intertidal areas, coral reefs, mangroves, tidal creeks,