Fish Watch
Bluestriped Snapper (Lutjanus Kasmira)
Bluestriped SnapperTapered body with pointed snout. Large eyes and mouth. The dorsal fin extends to the height of the caudal peduncle. The coloring is golden yellow on the back becoming gradually paler along the sides and almost silvery on the belly. Typical of the species are the four light stripes running lengthwise, with the longest stripe running from the mouth to the caudal peduncle. The edges of the dorsal and caudal fins are black. This fish measures forty centimetres in length.
Bullethead Parrotfish (Scarus Sordidus)
Bullethead ParrotfishThe general configuration of the body is typical of the parrotfish. The dental plates can be clearly seen. The young present a pattern with horizontal stripes. As they grow this coloring turns dark brown. The adult males are green in colour and the edges of their scales are salmon pink. The cheeks are bright orange fading to yellow on the opercula. Strangely their teeth are green while the female of the species has a pink mouth.

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