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Fish ID for 2009-2010 Marine Biology Class.

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Groupers

  1. 1. Grouper s
  2. 2. Adult
  3. 3. Pale margin on pectoral fin Rectangular blotches on body are close to square Adult
  4. 4. Black Grouper Pale margin on pectoral fin Rectangular blotches on body are close to square Adult
  5. 5. Juvenile
  6. 6. Adult Juvenile
  7. 7. Two black dots on the lower lip Adult Juvenile
  8. 8. Two black dots on the lower lip Adult Juvenile Two black dots behind the dorsal fin
  9. 9. Two black dots on the lower lip White spot on middorsal fin and back usually surrounded in black Adult Juvenile Two black dots behind the dorsal fin
  10. 10. Two black dots on the lower lip White spot on middorsal fin and back usually surrounded in black Adult Juvenile Two black dots behind the dorsal fin Four spots on lower lip
  11. 11. Two black dots on the lower lip White spot on middorsal fin and back usually surrounded in black Adult Juvenile Two black dots behind the dorsal fin Two white spots on the base of the tail Four spots on lower lip
  12. 12. Coney Two black dots on the lower lip White spot on middorsal fin and back usually surrounded in black Adult Juvenile Two black dots behind the dorsal fin Two white spots on the base of the tail Four spots on lower lip
  13. 13. Adult
  14. 14. Adult Juvenile
  15. 15. Several dark or pale spots on the base of the dorsal fin Adult The tail is more rounded than other groupers Juvenile
  16. 16. Several dark or pale spots on the base of the dorsal fin Adult The tail is more rounded than other groupers Juvenile White band that runs from bottom of mouth to top of head between eyes
  17. 17. Several dark or pale spots on the base of the dorsal fin Several dark or pale spots on the base of the dorsal fin Adult The tail is more rounded than other groupers Juvenile White band that runs from bottom of mouth to top of head between eyes
  18. 18. Graysby Several dark or pale spots on the base of the dorsal fin Several dark or pale spots on the base of the dorsal fin Adult The tail is more rounded than other groupers Juvenile White band that runs from bottom of mouth to top of head between eyes
  19. 19. Largest fish on reefs. Grows up to eight feet. Has dark spots all over.
  20. 20. Jewfish Largest fish on reefs. Grows up to eight feet. Has dark spots all over.
  21. 21. Jewfish Largest fish on reefs. Grows up to eight feet. Has dark spots all over.
  22. 22. Black spot right where the tail starts The dorsal fin is notched between the forward spine
  23. 23. Black spot right where the tail starts The dorsal fin is notched between the forward spine Nassau
  24. 24. Rear and tail fins have back area with white outline
  25. 25. Rear and tail fins have back area with white outline Red Hind
  26. 26. Black blotch on the base of the tail
  27. 27. Rock Hind Black blotch on the base of the tail
  28. 28. Juvenile
  29. 29. Juvenile Intermediate
  30. 30. Juvenile Intermediate Adult
  31. 31. Juvenile Juveniles are yellow and have a streak along their body Intermediate Adult
  32. 32. Juvenile Juveniles are yellow and have a streak along their body Intermediate Tiger like stripes on the body Adult
  33. 33. Juvenile Juveniles are yellow and have a streak along their body Intermediate Tiger like stripes on the body Adult Tiger
  34. 34. Spots on body are rectangular but are rounded off in spots, and fade into dots or blotches Part of the pectoral fin is yellow
  35. 35. Spots on body are rectangular but are rounded off in spots, and fade into dots or blotches Part of the pectoral fin is yellow Yellowfin

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