Paintspotted Moray is a type of moray eel, also known as the Painted Moray or Peppered Moray.
Its scientific name is Gymnothorax pictus. In Chamorro, it’s called títugi. This eel isn’t safe for coral reefs.
Paintspotted Moray Interesting Facts
- Also called Painted Moray or Peppered Moray.
- Scientific name: Gymnothorax pictus.
- Reaches up to 53.1 inches (135 centimeters) in length.
- Harmful to coral reefs.
Paintspotted Moray Habitat
Paintspotted Moray is commonly found in tropical marine waters of the Indo-Pacific regions and from islands of the tropical Eastern Pacific.
Paintspotted Moray Physical Characteristics
Size: 53.1 inches (135 centimeters)
Paintspotted Moray grows up to 53.1 inches (135 centimeters) long.