ODD SHAPED FISH  GALLERY

Here you will find boxfish, filefish, puffers, trumpets, scorpionfish, beaked and half-beak, flounders, drums, pipefish and remoras.

 
Trumpetfish

Trumpetfish

(14 photos)

Honeycombed Cowfish

(10 photos)

Scrawled Cowfish

(15 photos)

Trunkfish (Buffalofish) 

(see next)

Trunkfish (Buffalofish)

(12 photos)

Slender Filefish

(4 photos)

Porcupine Fish

(11 photos)

Balloonfish

(7 photos)
Spotted Scorpionfish

Spotted Scorpionfish

(21 photos)

Checkered Puffer

(11 photos)
Sharpnose Pufferfish - Canthigaster rostrata

Sharpnose Puffer

(9 photos)

Bandtail Puffer

(7 photos)
Smooth Trunkfish

Smooth Trunkfish

(14 photos)
Spotted Trunkfish

Spotted Trunkfish

(10 photos)

Needlefishes

(8 photos)
Glassy Sweeper

Glassy Sweeper

(10 photos)
Orangespotted Filefish

Orangespotted Filefish

(9 photos)
Houndfish

Houndfish

( photos)
Lizardfish

Sand Diver

( 13 photos)
Peacock Flounder

Peacock Flounder

(11 photos)

Bridled Burrfish

(8 photos)
Permit Jack

Permit Jack

(12 photos)
Palometa Jack

Palometa Jack

(6 photos)
Indo-Pacific Lionfish

Indo-Pacific Lionfish

Invasive (25 photos)
Plumed Scorpionfish

Plumed Scorpionfish

(11 photos)
Spotted Drum

Spotted Drum

(6 photos)
Queen Angelfish

Queen Angelfish

(12 photos)
Highhat

Highhat

(15 photos)
Inshore Lizardfish

Inshore Lizardfish

(10 photos)

Sharksucker

(22 photos)
Shortfin Pipefish

Shortfin Pipefish

(5 photos)
Longsnout Seahorse - hippocampus reidi

Longsnout Seahorse

(0 photos)

Queen Triggerfish

(6 photos)
Pipefish

Harlequin Pipefish

(8 photos)
Scrawled Filefish

Scrawled Filefish

(19 photos)
Ballyhoo

Ballyhoo

(8 photos)
Pipefish

Whitespotted Filefish

(8 photos)
Sand Tilefish - Malacanthus plumieri

Sand Tilefish

(9 photos)
Sharksucker - Echeneis naucrates

Sharksucker

(22 photos)
Shortnose Batfish

Shortnose Batfish

(3 photos)
Unicorn Filefish - Aluterus monoceros

Unicorn Filefish

(7 photos)

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