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Common bluestripe snapper

Common bluestripe snapper
Region: Egypt
Created: Sep 06, 2010, modified: Jan 13, 2012, overall rating: 0.000

Usually found near the reefs.
Depth habitats from 3 to 265 meters
Record copy: length 0,4 m

Common bluestripe snapper. Belongs to the family snappers. The most widespread genus of Snapper or Pargo, or snapper (Lutianus), representing 69 species, of which 45 inhabit the waters of the Indian and southwest Pacific.

Attribute type - the presence of scales on the bases of dorsal and anal fins. Very well-developed teeth on vomer and palatine bones. Mouth large, pull-out. Snout usually somewhat stretched, lengthened. In the usual yellowish color tone with longitudinal blue stripes. Feathers fins are yellow.


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