National Geographic : 1921 Jan
THE FOUR-EYED FISH (Chaetodon capistratus) AND BUTTERFLY FISH (Chaetodon ocellatus) The Four-Eyed Fish, shown in the left top corner, is a parasite hunter. It even goes into the mouths of larger fishes which remain perfectly still while the little fellow hunts for its prey. The Butterfly Fish is one of the most conspicuous of reef dwellers. Both species are found in Florida and West Indian waters. THE GREEN MORAY (Lycodontis funebris) This largest of eels, which sometimes reaches a length of eleven feet, is an excellent food fish. It is found in tropical seas from Bermuda and the Florida Keys to Rio de Janeiro, and from the Gulf of California to Panama and the East Indies.