The entire body of this fish is colored a blackish-brown with white spots, making it hard to determine where its fins begin and where its eyes are. The area with the large, eyelike pattern actually its dorsal fin. It is thought that its coloration is a form of protective camouflage that mimics a Turkey moray.
- Scientific Name
- Calloplesiops altivelis
- Order: Perciformes, Family: Plesiopidae
- South of Amami Oshima, Indian Ocean, Pacific Ocean