Photo take at -20 ft on a shallow coral reef , this is the nesting season for this fish and they get to this reef in mass is a spectacular to see them moving up and down from the reef to the surface. It earns its name from its brightly striped sides, which are reminiscent of the insignia of a military Sergeant Major. It grows to a length of about 15 cm
Sergeant majors are found throughout the tropical reaches of the Atlantic, including off the south coast of the United States, Central America, eastern South America, including the island Bonaire and western Africa. They are often found on coral reefs at depths of between 1 and 12 meters.
Lat: 20.85, Long: -86.88
Spotted on Jul 12, 2012
Submitted on Jul 12, 2012