Many-toothed Garden Eel (Heteroconger perissodon)

Also known as Black Garden Eel


Also known as Black Garden Eel.

Found singly or in small colonies, poking out from silty mud, sand, and seagrass bottoms, of sheltered bays, lagoons, and coastal slopes.
They feed on zooplankton.
Length - 53cm
Depth - 1-35m
Widespread Indo-West Pacific

Garden Eels rise up in the sand halfway their body length waving in the sand feeding on plankton.
When approached they slide back into their holes. Ref:


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