The Tessalata Eel, also known as the Honeycomb Moray Eel, has a light colored body and especially attractive, dark honeycomb markings.
It requires a 400 litre or larger aquarium with numerous rock crevices for hiding and a secure, tight-fitting lid to discourage its escape.
The Tessalata Eels diet should include sizeable portions of live feeder fish, octopus, and squid.
The video above is a eel that we have for 6 months in store. Named Farquar, he now lives near the airport and is an absolute pet.