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Honeycomb Grouper

Epinephelus merra

1 Species ID Suggestions

borzrach 12 years ago
Honeycomb grouper
Epinephelus merra Honeycomb grouper

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Christiane 12 years ago

Great.. Thanks Juan Mantilla - MJ Reichenbach for the info..

Flounders are very strange loking fish that comuflage in the sandy ocean floor. Look here is a picture:

Christiane 12 years ago

Hey.. Cool.. I have never seen a flounder.. But lots of rays.. what ever it is..THANKS for pointing it out.

I think the ray you are talking about is what I believe to be a flounder

borzrach 12 years ago

Did you see that there is a ray on this photo too?

I think there is flounder hidden in the sand near the grouper

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Western Australia, Australia

Spotted on Mar 25, 2010
Submitted on May 30, 2011

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