The Giant Frogfish it the largest in the family and can grow up to 50cm. They can vary significantly in appearance to blend in to their habitat and surroundings, but often have growths and warts to help with camouflage. Identified best by their large size, they are often found perching on the top of sponges or high above the bottom on wrecks or artificial reefs.
With their colourful designs Clown Frogfish are one of the easiest frogfish to identify. Usually yellow or white with black markings these little frogfish can be some of the most striking in their family. Juveniles also have incredible and easily identifiable markings. They are sometimes known as the Warty Frogfish.
This species comes in a wide variety of colours and markings, including pink, red, black, white & yellow. Some have smooth skin with markings that mimic the pores of the sponges they live in. Others have growths and warts to mimic algae in their environment. Juveniles also have incredible and easily identifiable markings, often mimicking poinsonous Faltworms.