Snyder’s Moray (Anarchias leucurus)

Scaled collection of drawings of Snyder’s Moray in various poses

The Snyder’s moray (Anarchias leucurus) takes its name from Snyder, who spotted it in 1904. Other people call it fine-spotted moray or fine spot moray because of the small spotted appearance on its body. It is the smallest of all morays and composed of several subspecies of the eel. There are insufficient studies done on the fine spot moray since they are hard to find however, they are classified under the family Muraenidae, native to Pacific Oceans plus the Great Barrier Reef, Guam, and Islands of Hawaii. As a benthic species, it loves coral reefs, and its body is reddish-brown with white spots; a skin color making it fit for aquariums.

Snyder’s Morays have a total length between 4”-4.5” (10.2-11.4 cm) and body height of .3”-.4” (.75-1 cm). Snyder’s Morays have lifespans between 10-30 years.

Details

*Under Development*

Height:
.3”-.4” | .75-1 cm
Width:
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Length:
4”-4.5” | 10.2-11.4 cm
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Scientific Name:
Anarchias leucurus
Lifespan:
10-30 years

Properties

Drawings include:

Snyder’s Moray side elevation, side (perspective), front, top

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Eels are usually bony fish or ray-finned fish grouped under order Anguilliformes. These animals are nocturnal, predators, migrate, and most species lack scales. Eels are elongated fish that lack the pelvic and pectoral fins with the dorsal and anal fins fused to form a single ribbon along length.

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