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Pacific Creole-Fish Video Stock Footage

From: The body of the Pacific creolefish is elongate, fusiform. The head is small, both profiles are convex. There are 37–44 rakers on the first gill arch. Dorsal rays IX, 19–21 anal rays III, 9-11 pectoral rays 19–23. The tail fin is strongly concave. Pacific creolefish grow to ~36 cm. Pacific creolefish young are often bright yellow with five small dark spots on back. The adults are greenish brown dorsally and reddish below, with five white or blue-white spots on the back. The fins are reddish. Learn more about Pacific Creole-Fish

View related species in family group: Wrasse

Animalia: Chordata: Perciformes: Actinopterygii: Serranidae: Paranthias colonus

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