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Epinephelus striatus (Bloch 1792), the Nassau Grouper. Tropical west Atlantic. To more than three feet in the wild. A noble game and pet-fish for large systems. This one and a half foot one in Grand Turks.
 


Epinephelus tuka Morgans 1959, the Potato Cod. Indo-West Pacific; East Africa, Red Sea to Australia. To two meters long, 100 kg. At times a friendly "dog-fish", but can be aggressive in other settings. Friendly five foot one here at Cod Hole, Queensland, Australia.



Epinephelus undulatostriatus (Peters 1866), the Maori Grouper. Western Pacific; Australian endemic. To two feet in length (in the wild, much smaller in captivity) A foot specimen off of Heron Island, GBR, Qld.
 


Hypoplectrus chlorurus (Cuvier 1828), the Yellowtail Hamlet. Western central Atlantic. To five inches overall length. Feeds primarily on crustaceans and small fishes in the wild. Here is one photographed off Bonaire.
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