Blue spotted Grouper

Serranidae (grouper family) having a single dorsal fin consisting of an anterior part with nine spines and a posterior part with 13-15 soft rays; the anal has three spines and 9-10 soft rays. Its livery makes it possible to recognize it without doubt: the coloring is in fact vermilion red very bright, dotted with many small blue ocelli. There is a variety in the bright black livery, also marked with blue dots. It is a small littoral species, very common along the western coast of Africa. His flesh is excellent.

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Reference:Cephalopholis taeniops

Mérou rouge à points bleus /Cephalopholis taeniops / Cherna colorada