National Geographic : 1941 Mar
Wrasses Are Well Represented in Polynesian Waters One of the largest of its family is the Spot Wrasse, or "A'awa" (left). Clown Wrasse (right) is sometimes called "acrobat oftheseas." © National Geographic Society Natural Color Photographs by Walter H.Chute Moray Eels, Vicious Guardians of Hawaiian Reefs, Are DangeroustoHandle The two light fishes are both Spotted White Morays. The other two show different color phases of theCommon Moray.