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Lactophrys trigueter (Linnaeus 1758), the Smooth Cowfish. Tropical west Atlantic. To about eighteen inches in length. A juvenile in Bonaire 8/09

Lactophrys trigueter (Linnaeus 1758), the Smooth Cowfish. Tropical west Atlantic. To about eighteen inches in length. A juvenile in Bonaire 8/09
 
Lebrunia danae, the Branching Anemone. Has stubby, branching "pseudotentacles" (true, longer tentacles are usually only extended at night). Typically brownish to gray in color, a few bluish to green. Common in the tropical West Atlantic. Able to quickly withdraw into its closed space. Will easily sting other livestock, aquarists exposed skin. Bonaire 8/09
 
Lutjanus mahogani (Cuvier 1822), the Mahogany Snapper. Tropical West Atlantic; N. Carolina to Venezuela. To 19 inches in length (most much smaller). A group off Bonaire.


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