Fimbriate Moray
Gymnothorax fimbriatus

A Fimbriate Moray at a depth of 7 m, Puerto Galera, Mindoro Island, Philippines
Parasitic copepods, possibly of the Order Cyclopoida on the lower jaw.

The Fimbriate Moray is grey to light brown with rows of well separated dark brown blotches. The head is greenish-yellow dorsally. There is a large white spot at the rear of the lower jaw. A row of large canine teeth runs along the roof of the mouth.

The species grows to about 80 cm in length.

The Fimbriate Moray occurs in coral reef and inshore waters of the tropical Indo-west Pacific.