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Epinephelus macrospilos Bigspot Rockcod, Snubnose Grouper. Large, close-set, irregular brownish spots. Indo-Pacific. To twenty inches. Mauritius 2016

 

 
Cephalopholis nigripinnis (Valenciennes 1828), Duskyfin Rockcod. Numerous red spots on a blotched whitish background, blackish pectorals. Feeds on small fishes and invertebrates. To ten inches in length. Indian Ocean. The species has been synonymized with Cephalopholis urodeta (Forster, 1801) for a long time. Mauritius 2016.
 

Cephalopholis nigripinnis (Valenciennes 1828), Duskyfin Rockcod. Numerous red spots on a blotched whitish background, blackish pectorals. Feeds on small fishes and invertebrates. To ten inches in length. Indian Ocean. The species has been synonymized with Cephalopholis urodeta (Forster, 1801) for a long time. Mauritius 2016.  
 
Epinephelus fasciatus (Forsskal 1775), the Blacktip Grouper. You might think "fasciated" might be a better common name for this Bass, until seeing how changeable its coloring is in the wild. Indo-Pacific. to sixteen inches maximum length. Indo-Pacific, Red Sea.  Mauritius 2016.  
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