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Pohoto take at -45 ft in a Caribbean reef.
Common in coral reefs, usually solitary, occasionally in pairs. Juveniles are part-time cleaners. Feed mainly on sponges, but also takes tunicates, algae, zoantharians, gorgonians, hydroids, bryozoans, and seagrasses.
Lat: 20.51, Long: -86.95
Spotted on Jan 15, 2012
Submitted on Jan 15, 2012
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