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Heteroconger hassi (Klausewitz & Eibl-Eibesfeldt 1959), the Spotted Garden Eel. Indo-Pacific; Red Sea, East Africa, over to Australia, up to the Ogasawaras to Micronesia. Sandy reef slopes, generally below 15 meters. Thailand National Aquarium pix.
 


Heteroconger hassi (Klausewitz & Eibl-Eibesfeldt 1959), the Spotted Garden Eel. Indo-Pacific; Red Sea, East Africa, over to Australia, up to the Ogasawaras to Micronesia. Sandy reef slopes, generally below 15 meters. Wholesaler/LA pic.
 


Taenioconger digueti (Pellegrin 1923), Pale Green Eel. Eastern Central Pacific; Sea of Cortez to Jalisco, Mexico. To 63 cm., Live in the sand in large colonies. feeding on suspended zooplankton. Birch Aquarium photo.
 


Myrichthys breviceps (Richardson 1844), the Sharptail Snake Eel. Tropical West Atlantic. To a bit over three feet in length. Rarely survives for any period of time in captivity due to a lack of feeding, collateral damage from collection, handling. Needs large, sandy-bottomed quarters, ghost shrimp, small crabs for food. May eat mouth-size or smaller fish tankmates. Bonaire 2017
 
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