Here is the description from Reef Creature Identfication - Tropical Pacific by Paul Humann and Ned Deloach:
Large, common species displays wide repertoire of colours and patterns; expert at camouflage using colour change and skin flaps; yellowish margin around eyes; typically display black and white spots on body.
There you can see the yellow margin around it’s eyes. =D
Because this species can and will show various patterns and colours the pictures showed in identification books and the net is usually the one with intricate patterns and vivid colours.
Note: It’s the same individual minutes apart
Photos by me (Lyra)
Submitted by: enchantedlyre
A type of palm tree native to Belize, called the ‘give and take’ palm (Cryosophila stauracantha), is a kind of joke from nature. The razor sharp spines on the tree will inject a deadly poison into the body of anyone who dares touch it. As well, it will leave a rather nasty cut on anyone who touches it. However, there’s a remedy for the cut. What is it? The very sap of the tree! It contains a chemical that will nullify the poison, help heal the cut, and disinfect the wound.