Take a look at the first picture of a Green Moray and compare it with the second picture of a Green Moray. See the difference? The first Moray doesn't have a top fin that should start just behind it head.
I like Spotted Drums, but sometimes they're hard to get a shot of because they like to hide in the nooks and crannies of the reef. Here is a shot of an adult.
The day I took the above shot I got lucky because I also got the following Juvenile Drums.
I found the next shot kind of interesting, can you see the fish in it?
If you look close you'll see a Honeycomb Cow Fish sleeping in the sponge in the middle of the picture.
French Angelfish have three yellow body bars when they are juveniles but lose them when they become adults. They are relatively unafraid, here's one that wanted a close look at my camera.
Gray Angelfish aren't as friendly as their cousins the French. Here's one under a overhang in Cozumel.
Queen Angelfish are the somewhat shy, but sometimes will show a curious side.
One of my wife's favorite fish is the Queen Triggerfish, so I included one to keep the peace. (actually I think they're pretty neat too.)