Flashing tilefish

Flashing tilefish

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Credit: DANT FENOLIO/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: The Flashing tilefish, Hoplolatilus chlupatyi, inhabits the Indo-Pacific. The species frequents areas with rubble or sand bottoms. The species is famous for its ability to rapidly change colour from oranges or reds to deep metallic blues, thus the common name. Photographed in 2010.

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Keywords: animal, biological, biology, bony fish, chameleon sand tilefish, colourful marine fish, fish, flashing tilefish, hoplolatilus chlupatyi, indo-pacific coral reef community, lavender fish, malacanthidae, marine life, pacific fauna, pink fish, purple fish, saltwater fish, sea life, tilefish, tropical reef fish, vertebrate, zoological, zoology

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