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Diploria strigosa (Dana 1848). Massive domes or encrusting plates. Valleys spaced 6-9 mm. apart. Have very fine distict goove along top of ridge (ambulacral groove). Surface is smooth. Cozumel 2012

Ectyoplasia ferox, Brown Encrusting Octopus Sponge. Occurs as both encrusting and in multiple-armed arborose morphologies.  Cozumel 2012
 
Gymnothorax funebris Ranzani 1840, the Green Moray. Tropical Eastern and Western Atlantic and Eastern Pacific. To about eight feet in length (250 cm.) and 29 kg. A dangerous biting Moray that mainly eats crustaceans and fishes in the wild... most everything in captivity. Best left in the sea or the occasional public aquarium display.  Cozumel 2012
 
Gymnothorax funebris Ranzani 1840, the Green Moray. Tropical Eastern and Western Atlantic and Eastern Pacific. To about eight feet in length (250 cm.) and 29 kg. A dangerous biting Moray that mainly eats crustaceans and fishes in the wild... most everything in captivity. Best left in the sea or the occasional public aquarium display.  Cozumel 2012 
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