The Graysby (Cephalopholis cruentatus) is one of a group of smaller groupers that includes the Rock Hind, the Coney and the Red Hind, that are easily confused. The Graysby features red spots on a gray or light red skin, and can be identified by the several dark spots just below the dorsal fin.

This specimen was found hanging out on the side of a shipwreck in Roatan, Honduras: