Longspine Squirrelfish

Longspine Squirrelfish

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Credit: John Maraventano/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Longspine Squirrelfish (Holocentrus rufus). Can grow to 12 1/2 inches. Nocturnally active, after sunset they migrate away from the reefs to forage for crabs and shrimp on the flats and in seagrass. They produce sounds using their swim bladders.

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