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Gymnothorax Favagineus Collection

"Laced Moray -Gymnothorax favagineus-: A Fascinating Creature of the Ocean Depths" In the mysterious depths of the ocean, a world unseen by many unfolds

Background imageGymnothorax Favagineus Collection: Giant moray eel (Gymnothorax javanicus) opening its mouth to breathe, at night on the barge wreck

Giant moray eel (Gymnothorax javanicus) opening its mouth to breathe, at night on the barge wreck, Gubal Island, northern Red Sea

Background imageGymnothorax Favagineus Collection: Latticetail moray (Gymnothorax buroensis) emerging from soft coral on a reef. Sangeang Island

Latticetail moray (Gymnothorax buroensis) emerging from soft coral on a reef. Sangeang Island, Sumbawa, Indonesia. Flores Sea

Background imageGymnothorax Favagineus Collection: Yellowmargin moray (Gymnothorax flavimarginatus) peering out from Digitate leather coral

Yellowmargin moray (Gymnothorax flavimarginatus) peering out from Digitate leather coral (Sinularia sp)
Yellowmargin moray (Gymnothorax flavimarginatus) peering out from Digitate leather coral (Sinularia sp.) on a reef, Ari Atoll, Maldives, Indian Ocean

Background imageGymnothorax Favagineus Collection: Two Speckled moray eels (Gymnothorax dovii) feeding on a Sea turtle carcass on the seabed

Two Speckled moray eels (Gymnothorax dovii) feeding on a Sea turtle carcass on the seabed, Wolf Island, Galapagos Islands, Pacific Ocean

Background imageGymnothorax Favagineus Collection: Fimbriated moray / Darkspotted moray (Gymnothorax fimbriatus)

Fimbriated moray / Darkspotted moray (Gymnothorax fimbriatus) peering out from crevice with two Banded coral shrimp (Stenopus hispidus) close by, Philippines, Pacific Ocean

Background imageGymnothorax Favagineus Collection: RF - Giant moray (Gymnothorax javanicus) with mouth open, looming out of a crevice in coral reef

RF - Giant moray (Gymnothorax javanicus) with mouth open, looming out of a crevice in coral reef at night, Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, Red Sea

Background imageGymnothorax Favagineus Collection: Panamic green moray (Gymnothorax castaneus), Puerto Escondido, Loreto Bay National Park

Panamic green moray (Gymnothorax castaneus), Puerto Escondido, Loreto Bay National Park, Gulf of California (Sea of Cortez), Mexico, August

Background imageGymnothorax Favagineus Collection: Close up detail photo of a Spotted moray (Gymnothorax isingteena), Baa Atoll, Maldives

Close up detail photo of a Spotted moray (Gymnothorax isingteena), Baa Atoll, Maldives. Indian Ocean

Background imageGymnothorax Favagineus Collection: Laced Morays -Gymnothorax favagineus-, Gulf of Oman, Oman

Laced Morays -Gymnothorax favagineus-, Gulf of Oman, Oman

Background imageGymnothorax Favagineus Collection: Laced Moray -Gymnothorax favagineus-, Gulf of Oman, Oman

Laced Moray -Gymnothorax favagineus-, Gulf of Oman, Oman

Background imageGymnothorax Favagineus Collection: Scuba diver with a Laced Moray -Gymnothorax favagineus-, Gulf of Oman, Oman

Scuba diver with a Laced Moray -Gymnothorax favagineus-, Gulf of Oman, Oman

Background imageGymnothorax Favagineus Collection: Gymnothorax favagineus, honeycomb moray eel

Gymnothorax favagineus, honeycomb moray eel
Watercolour 384 by the Port Jackson Painter, entitled Kaan, from the Watling Collection


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"Laced Moray -Gymnothorax favagineus-: A Fascinating Creature of the Ocean Depths" In the mysterious depths of the ocean, a world unseen by many unfolds. Amongst this hidden realm resides an intriguing species known as Gymnothorax favagineus, or more commonly referred to as the Laced Moray. This captivating creature is renowned for its unique appearance and remarkable behaviors. One can witness the awe-inspiring sight of a Giant moray eel (Gymnothorax javanicus) opening its mouth to breathe on a barge wreck under the cover of darkness. The Yellowmargin moray (Gymnothorax flavimarginatus) peeks out from within Digitate leather coral (Sinularia sp. ) in Ari Atoll, Maldives, showcasing its vibrant colors against the backdrop of a thriving reef in the Indian Ocean. The enigmatic nature of these eels continues to astound observers as Two Speckled morays (Gymnothorax dovii) feast upon a Sea turtle carcass resting on Wolf Island's seabed in Galapagos Islands' Pacific Ocean waters. Meanwhile, a Fimbriated moray / Darkspotted moray (Gymnothorax fimbriatus) curiously emerges from a crevice alongside two Banded coral shrimp (Stenopus hispidus), creating an enchanting scene beneath Philippines' Pacific waves. A mesmerizing image captures our attention—a Giant moray with its mouth agape looms out from a crevice at night in Sharm El Sheikh's coral reef off Egypt's Red Sea coast. This striking photograph serves as both art and education about these magnificent creatures that call our oceans home. Venturing further into Loreto Bay National Park in Puerto Escondido lies another member of this diverse family—the Panamic green moray (Gymnothorax castaneus).