Oil Slick Leap

Stoplight Parrotfish

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Stoplight Parrotfish – Terminal Phase
Cozumel, Mexico (San Clamente) – 5/9/2015

Stoplight Parrotfish

Stoplight Parrotfish – Initial Phase
Bonaire (Oil Slick Leap) – 5/14/2013

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Stoplight Parrotfish – Juvenile
Bimini, Bahamas (Kinks) – 11/25/2016

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Spotted Drum

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Spotted Drum – Juvenile
Islamorada, Florida Keys (Cindy’s Corner) – 10/9/2014

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Spotted Drum – Intermediate
Islamorada, Florida Keys (Cindy’s Corner) – 10/9/2014

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Spotted Drum
Bonaire (Oil Slick Leap) – 5/14/2014

Smooth Trunkfish

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Smooth Trunkfish
Bonaire (Oil Slick Leap) – 5/14/2013

 

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Smooth Trunkfish – Juvenile
Curacao (Playa Lagon) – 10/8/2018

Whitespotted Filefish

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Whitespotted Filefish
Bonaire (Oil Slick Leap) – 5/14/2014 & Cozumel (Yucab Reef) – 5/7/2015
The first image shows the Whitespotted phase and the second shows the Orange Phase.

Sharptail Eel

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Sharptail Eel
Bonaire (Oil Slick Leap) – 5/14/2014

Schoolmaster

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Schoolmaster
Bonaire (Oil Slick Leap) – 5/14/2014
As their name suggests, they are often seen in schools. Schoolmasters are also often confused with Dog Snappers, which look very similar, but have a pale triangluar shaped patch under their eyes (looks like a tear stain).

Queen Parrotfish

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img_8902Queen Parrotfish – Terminal Phase
Curacao (Playa Kalki – Alice in Wonderland) – 10/8/2018

Queen ParrotfishQueen Parrotfish – Initial Phase
Bonaire (Oil Slick Leap) – 5/14/2014