Striped Large-eye Bream, Gnathodentex aureolineatus. Easily recognized from a yellow blotch on the back. Inhabits subtidal reef flats, lagoons, and seaward reefs. May be solitary or in groups. Sometimes forms aggregations of about a hundred or more individuals. Feeds at night on benthic invertebrates like crabs and gastropods, occasionally on small fish. Indo-Pacific: East Africa to the Tuamoto Islands (excluding the Hawaiian Islands), north to Japan, south to Australia. Recently reported from Norfolk Island. Wikipedia doesn’t have an article on this fish.
Pictures: Cook Islands by Sami Salmenkivi
Siganus guttatus is a Rabbitfish from the Eastern Indian Ocean. It occasionally makes its way into the aquarium trade. It grows to a size of 42 cm in length.
Pictures: Papua, Indonesia by Sami Salmenkivi
Wikipedia doesn’t have an article on Sunset Wrasse.
Pictures: at Cook Islands by Sami Salmenkivi
Wikipedia has no article on Porkfish.
Picture: Cozumel, Mexico by Sami Salmenkivi
Wikipedia has no article on French grunt.
Picture: Utila, Honduras by Sami Salmenkivi
Wikipedia has no article on Bluestriped grunt.
Picture1: Roatan, Honduras, pic2: Cozumel, Mexico by Sami Salmenkivi
Wikipedia has no article on Oriental sweetlip.
Picture: Andaman&Nicobar Islands, India by Sami Salmenkivi