Monocle and Threadfin Bream; Nemipteridae

A bunch of fairly unremarkable fish with a justified position in the reef ecosystem, but still not rated by Chaloklum Diving customers as all time favourites – they are just not the fish that our Padi Divemasters are often asked about!

Bridled Monocle Bream; Scolopsis affinis

The brown band is a juvenile feature - apparently adults are plain.

Yellow-stripe Monocle Bream; Scolopsis auratus

We are not happy with our identification of this fish - its colouration is more like that of a Snapper.

2 lined Monocle Bream; Scolopsis bilineata

Another coral reef inhabitant, this species can be found at depths from 1 to 25 m. They are carnivorous, preying on smaller fishes, as well as bottom dwelling invertebrates.

White-streak Monocle Bream; Scolopsis ciliatus

This Monocle Breams body is olive above and white below, with a silvery-white stripe on the back just beneath its dorsal fin

Pearly Monocle Bream; Scolopsis margaritifer

The juvenile has a radically different colouration from the adult.

White-cheek Monocle Bream; Scolopsis vosmeri

A reddy-brown body colouration with the distinguishing white slash across the cheek.

Other Monocle Bream

Some Rainbows and a Three-lined for your delight and delectation.