The Strip

Tomtate

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Tomtate
Bimini, Bahamas (The Strip) – 11/25/2016

 

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Cymothoid Isopod

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Cymothoid Isopod
Bimini, Bahamas (The Strip) – 11/25/2016

Notice there are Isopods attached near the eye of this Spotfin Butterflyfish – it is a parasite that has latched on to the fish to survive.

Mahogany Snapper

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Mahogany Snapper
Bimini, Bahamas (The Strip) – 11/25/2016

Jolthead Porgy

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Jolthead Porgy
Bimini, Bahamas (The Strip) – 11/25/2016

Colon Goby

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Colon Goby
West Palm Beach, Florida (Blue Heron Bridge) – 6/30/2017 & Bimini, Bahamas (The Strip) – 11/25/2016

Diamond Blenny

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Diamond Blenny
Bimini, Bahamas (The Strip) – 11/25/2016

Graysby

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Graysby
Bimini, Bahamas (The Strip) – 11/25/2016 & Islamorada, Florida Keys (Jerry’s Joint) – 10/10/2014

I find it very difficult to distinguish the Rock Hind from the Graysby.  The Graysby has dark/pale spots along the base of the dorsal fin and has a rounder tail than the Rock Hind.