Very drab

The Very drab lives in the reef-associated, non-migratory, marine, depth range 5 - 90 m environment.

to cross the road early on a very drab morning in late September.He was one of the first animals I saw in the park. - The two pictures that follow are of "tame" elk. There were many of these in the vicinity of Mammoth Hot Springs. More

Paris Hilton and Nicole Ritchie: Very Drab and Dreary in a “Simple Life” - March 25, 2007 — disembedded Paris Hilton and Nicole Ritchie: Acting Like They’re Acting Like They’re Acting More

Females are usually very drab in coloration compared to males, though both male and females possess a - 153. More

pink was very drab and the trim was brown, not black as it appears. The drabness of the pink may mean I will send this back, haven't decided for sure. More

very drab, just green and brown in colour. There was no grass, instead, low ground cover would have been ferns and mosses. More

in as a very drab brown or gray, with no trace of another color to be seen. It has neither swaying tentacles to attract the eye, nor does it expand greatly. In short, when freshly imported, these corals are easy to dismiss as blandly colored lumps. echino-113001-001thumb. More

School bags can be very drab, but they can also be very fun and stylish as well. School bags can come in the form of a backpack, a purse or a shoulder bag. Backpacks are very practical and are the easiest way to carry and keep your things organized. More

were very drab in color. They were usually a tan, black, olive green, brown, etc. There is a very good reason for this. The suits were recycled from the men’s suits. More

very drab, dingy rooms - seems like not been updated since early 1980s: The Empress Hotel = * Home * Hotels * Flights * Restaurants More

* very: Made our boat look very drab in just plain dark green. Used with adjective complement * look: Made our boat look very drab in just plain dark green. * seem: They make the illustrations in the guide seem very drab. More

Common names

Boray-boray in Tagalog
Boray-boray in Visayan
Golden angelfish in English
Herald's angelfish in English
Heralds dværgkejserfisk in Danish (dansk)
Herarudo-koganeyakko in Japanese (日本語)
Paraharaha in Tahitian (Reo Mā`ohi)
Tu'u'u-atugauli in Samoan (gagana fa'a Samoa)
very drab in English
Woodhead's angelfish in English
yellow angelfish in English
海尔刺尻鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
海氏刺尻魚 in Mandarin Chinese
海氏刺尻鱼 in Mandarin Chinese
海爾刺尻魚 in Mandarin Chinese
黃新娘 in Mandarin Chinese
黄新娘 in Mandarin Chinese

Order : Perciformes
Family : Pomacanthidae
Genus : Centropyge
Species : Centropyge heraldi
Authority : Woods & Schultz, 1953