Fish types

(There are a lot more subtypes in the full dictionary.)
ai usi butterfish (spotted, humpbacked)
aigulu parrotfish (half-toothed)
alongana tang, surgeonfish type (small); tang type
amata groper
baidume emperor fish type (variegated or reticulated)
bawi snapper type (rosy)
bawila snapper type (dark barred)
bela parrotfish type (red speckled)
besule gudgeon (freshwater fish)
bilowa squirrelfish
boboli tuskfish; parrotfish type
bobowila snapper type (dusky-striped)
bogala sweetlips type (banded)
bokiyo wrasse type (black-eyed, thick-lip)
bola amala halibut, flounder, sole
bolongawila coralfish (with dorsal protrusions)
bonga mullet (with large scales)
bota scorpionfish (freshwater)
bui dabola saury, lizardfish, grinner
buna parrotfish type (barred)
buna-wa-kalawa parrotfishes (in general)
bunala batfish
butumana Moses perch (with dark spot)
buza tang, surgeonfish type (white-tailed)
dabeyala mullet
daboki triggerfish type (lined)
dangala parrotfish type (violet-lined)
denala rabbitfish; spinefoot
doga pufferfish, blowfish
dogi tuna; albacore (yellowfin or bluefin; largest of tuna)
dudusama fusilier fish
galelengi diamondfish
gama hardyhead fish
gibugibu sweetlips fish
gilangana smoothhead unicorn tang
guniaula parrotfish type (long-nosed)
iliwiya bigeye fish, bullseye fish
iwonggona freshwater eel
iya ali parrotfish type (surf, streaked)
iya alu garfish type (medium-sized, plain)
iya dogi tuna type (solid colors)
iya lasi leatherskin, dart (elongated, with lateral dots)
iya linga mangrove jack; snapper type (dark red)
iya molosa whiting fish
iya tatalinga anemonefish, clownfish
iya wasawa mackerel (very small)
iya watu cowfish; boxfish (smaller)
iya yawowo threadfin (giant)
iyawama mackerel
iyo amberjack; rainbow runner; yellowtail
iyusi emperor fish (spotted, reticulated)
kadaba fish type (small, freshwater)
kaita fish type (freshwater)
kalawa parrotfish type (red-lipped or orange-bodied)
kale yambatuna parrotfish type (hump-headed)
kalo rainbowfish (freshwater, striped)
kamumila barracuda (large, near reefs)
kau mullet type (smaller, freshwater, yellow eyes and fins)
kembala archerfish (brackish water dweller)
kembombo butterfly fish, coralfish (undifferentiated)
kima sergeant-major fish type (banded)
kiyami niwo blue tuskfish, parrotfish
kiyaota goatfish (in general)
kolangkolang sprat, round herring
komba moray eel, reef eel
kombiyo sand bass (small)
kosipama filefish, leatherjacket
kotekote blenny (with single long dorsal fin)
kulawi rock cod
kundu atila soldierfish (estuarine, pink, lined)
laki watu stripey
lau razorfish (stays vertical)
lelenggana garfish type (larger, with markings)
liliya walasa triggerfish type (spotted, blotched)
linggalingga damselfish, puller fish (small, plain, blue or green)
lulunggamina barracuda (large, in deep water)
mala tang, surgeonfish type (large dark)
mamalewa stonefish
mamambu catfish, catfish eel
mamane seahorse
mamina tuskfish type (blackspot)
mamu parrotfish type (blue-barred orange)
manatala trevally, crevally, jackfish, scad, ulua
manimbom sailfin tang
maniwala sardine
manungala sea perch (banded)
mangalana red bass, kelp bream
matele sweetlips (spotted)
menamena parrotfish type (bright-faced)
menggola tang, surgeonfish type (bright-colored)
monzala fish type (sweetlip emperor)
mosiyana sardine
mumila rabbitfish, spinefoot (dull-colored)
nawatu da unicornfish
nemiye cardinalfish, soldierfish (dark, among mangroves)
neuwa scorpionfish type (dull-colored)
newaya anchovy
ngaogeya red emperor, red snapper, sea perch type (bright red)
ogou dabaya freshwater fish (small and colorful)
okou Papuan trevally, crevally
ombaomba longfin
padadaba whiptail
pangga flying fish
pokala trumpeter fish type (banded)
pulu damselfish, puller fish, sergeant-major fish (plain)
puputaula angelfish
sagawa long-tom, needlefish
samasama flathead fish
sambi sea-pike (smaller, inshore, near sea grass)
sasangi sawfish
sasauti monocle bream, spinecheek fish (dark-striped)
sasuwana sea perch (yellow-banded pink)
saumala rock cod (white-lined)
semambula bony bream, herring type (small)
sembaya mud-skipper (with two separate dorsal fins)
siu scorpionfish (bright-colored)
somba tina garfish (small, in-shore)
sobu garfish type (smaller, plain)
sosoyala slingjaw wrasse; telescopefish (uses telescope jaw to pry off shellfish)
soulana wahoo, mackerel
sowaya perchlet (shallow-water school fish)
sumbama triggerfish (wedge-patterned)
suwala damaka wrasse (sharp-nosed)
talowana rudderfish, drummer fish
tangaola dottyback (red and green)
tangginggi remora, suckerfish
tangili marlin, sailfish
towiyawa trumpetfish, flutemouth, cornetfish
tuwa makada boxfish (larger)
udala perch
ulana herring (large), ladyfish, tarpon
ulawa parrotfish (long-nosed)
undi bibi wrasse (various small), rainbowfish (marine)
uniya threadfin
waisa sea perch type (blue-banded yellow)
walaminzi emperor (spangled)
walomina murray cod (huge freshwater fish)
wowai daba silver biddy, ponyfish
yabae snapper, threadfin bream (in general)
yabami dogtooth tuna, mackerel tuna (smallest of tuna)
yabeyala bonito, skipjack
yamboli kinali moorish idol
yota gaigai freshwater fish (small)
yoyowila emperor fish (long-nosed)
yuwaya pipefish, seahorse
zabuwana coral trout, coral grouper, fairy cod, barramundi

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