- Brown Reef Eel
- Green Eel
- Green Reef Eel
- Southern Green Moray
- Sydney Green Eel,
- Yellow Moray
Body long, slender, compressed; dorsal and anal fins continuous with the tail; pectoral fins absent; anterior nostril a tube on snout tip. Body greenish to brownish, head often yellowish. Outer surface of upper and lower jaws with an obvious row of pores, and large canine teeth. To 1.5 m.
Green morays are nocturnal, usually hiding in crevices, caves and under ledges during the day. Curious individuals have been known to bite divers.
On rocky reefs in sheltered bays, estuaries and along the coast, in depths of 0-40 m.
New Zealand and southern Australia.
Recorded in Australia
- DSE Advisory List : Not listed
- EPBC Act 1999 : Not listed
- IUCN Red List : Not listed