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Choose from 217 pictures in our Grouper collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Prints, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci), and Caribbean Reef Shark (Carcharhinus perezi) Featured Grouper Print

Black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci), and Caribbean Reef Shark (Carcharhinus perezi)

Black grouper (Mycteroperca bonaci), and Caribbean Reef Shark (Carcharhinus perezi),Jardines de la Reina / Gardens of the Queen National Park, Caribbean Sea, Ciego de Avila, Cuba


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Grouper (Serranidae), head-shot Featured Grouper Print

Grouper (Serranidae), head-shot

Exact species is unknown. Groupers are considered to be important food fishes. Most species can change their colouration, for example, when feeding or frightened; and may can change sex. Found in temperate and tropical waters

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School of scalefin anthia fish (Pseudanthias squamipinnis), Fiji Featured Grouper Print

School of scalefin anthia fish (Pseudanthias squamipinnis), Fiji

Anthias are members of the family Serranidae (basses, basslets, groupers) and make up the subfamily Anthiadinae. Anthias make up a sizeable portion of the population of pink, orange, and yellow reef fishes seen swarming in most coral reef photography and film. Anthias are mostly small, thus are quite popular within the ornamental fish trade. They form complex social structures based on the number of males and females and also their position on the reef itself, and are mainly zooplankton feeders. They occur in all tropical oceans and seas of the world

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