Panther grouper (Cromileptes altrivelis). Also in photo is a Porcupine pufferfish and a Picasso triggerfish.
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Panther grouper (Cromileptes altivelis), photo taken at Skansen akvarium, Stockholm
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BARRAMUNDI COD FACTS
The Barramundi Cod has a distinctive head profile with a concave upper contour giving its head an upturned appearance. It is a pale fish with scattered prominent black spots on its head, body and fins. It is often found in silty reefs. Juveniles live in shallow water and are sometimes seen in rock pools at low tide. Juveniles are commonly caught for the aquarium trade while adults are utilized as a food fish
length to 70cm
coral reefs, lagoons and seaward reefs. Depth range 2m - 40m
small fishes and crustaceans
The The Barramundi Cod is found in the Western Pacific. In Australia it is found in tropical and subtropical waters from north western coast of Western Australia, around the tropical north as far south as Sydney.
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