Also known as Atlantic Bigeye, Bigeye, Blotched Bigeye, Bullseye, Common Bigeye, Duskyfin Bigeye, Dusky-finned Bigeye, Glass Bigeye, Glasseye, Glasseye Squirrelfish, Google Eye, Moonshine Snapper, Red Bigeye, Rock Bullseye.
Found singly, or in small to large schools during the day, under or close to ledges, dispersing at night, foraging for food, over lagoons and protected seaward reefs.
They feed nocturnally on small fish, invertebrates, and octopus.
Length - 30cm
Depth - 3-300m
Bigeyes can change colour from red, reddish brown to silver with mood, also at night they will change to a pale blotched pattern. Ref: https://www.fishbase.se/summary/heteropriacanthus-cruentatus