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Myripristis jacobus Cuvier 1829, the Blackbar Soldierfish. Tropical West Atlantic. To ten inches maximum length.  Bonaire 8/09

Myripristis jacobus Cuvier 1829, the Blackbar Soldierfish. Tropical West Atlantic. To ten inches maximum length.  Bonaire 8/09
 
Ocyurus chrysurus (Bloch 1791), the Yellowtail Snapper. Western Atlantic; Massachusetts to Brazil and Gulf of Mexico. Maximum length to thirty four inches, most around a foot in length. One settling down on the bottom, assuming demure coloration/markings towards evening in Bonaire 8/09
 
Ophioblennius atlanticus (Valenciennes 1836), the Atlantic The Red-Lipped Blenny. Tropical Eastern and Western Atlantic. To more than seven inches in the wild. A tough customer... territorial. Bonaire 8/09


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