White Seabream

The White Seabream are Sparidae with an oval body, compressed and raised. Their jaws have incisors inserted more or less obliquely into “horse teeth”, and followed or not small granular teeth. The flanks are silver-gray, with 5 distinct dark stripes between which other faded stripes are noticeable; there is no band on the neck, but a more or less circular spot, often saddle shaped on the caudal peduncle. The species frequents the littoral rocky bottoms, in search of algae and associated small fauna.

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Reference:  Diplodus Sargus

Sar Blanc / Diplodus Sargus / White seabream /Sargo / Sarago